Posts tagged "Super Bowl"

Super Bowl trivia: 10 fascinating facts to make you the hit of the party

<strong>How many wings will American eat on Super Bowl Sunday?</strong>
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1.25 billion. Yes, billion. That's a lot of wings.
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If you're not up for the game, have some just to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Buffalo Wing at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, NY.
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Source: <a href="http://www.nationalchickencouncil.org/americans-eat-1-25-billion-chicken-wings-super-bowl/" target="_blank">National Chicken Council</a>
When you’re stocking up on chips, dip and beverages for Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, don’t forget the trivia. Get the scoop on everything from the coin flip to the “I’m going to Disney World” and everything in between. Use these fun facts to dazzle your family, friends and fellow party goers with your knowledge... Read more »

Super Bowl ads: appropriate for your child?

Super Bowl ads: appropriate for your child?
The Super Bowl draws over 100 million viewers. That viewership includes large number of families and children, but people at the ad agencies have either forgotten that or just don’t care, as Common Sense Media found many of the ads are inappropriate for kids, including tweens. What’s a parent to do if you don’t want... Read more »

Super Bowl food and games for kids and families

Super Bowl food and games for kids and families
Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend. Whether you’re rooting for the Baltimore Ravens or the San Francisco 49ers, or just tuning in for the commercials, here are some ideas for enjoying this American tradition. We’re going to be watching the game, which is Sun., Feb. 3 in New Orleans, Louisiana and kick off is 6:30... Read more »
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Girls fight for right to play football

The NFL play offs are in full swing, and as the pro teams battle to get to the Super Bowl, tween girls waging their own fight to get on the gridiron. Nine year-old Sam Gordon is featured on the Wheaties box and appeared on Sports Center yesterday. Girls are rejecting the notion that tackle football... Read more »