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It was a star studded Sunday night at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, for the 43rd annual American Music Awards. Every year, celebrities band together for a night filled with over-the-top performances, hilarious presentations, and award categories dedicated to all genres of music. The American Music Awards is known for its many memorable moments over the years (Anyone remember the 1985 AMA’s unforgettable “We Are the World” performance?), but if there is one thing that is being talked about more than all of the musical performances, it is the red carpet fashion.
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Aaron Franklin, proprietor of the Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas, has been lauded for his pit master skills, specifically in smoking beef brisket. Bon Appetit anointed his fare the best barbecue in America, and he was awarded Best Chef: Southwest by the James Beard Foundation. Barbecue lovers line up hours in advance of the restaurant’s 11 AM opening, and the limited supply of brisket, ribs, chicken, pulled pork, and sausage usually sells out by 2 PM.
Franklin’s prized brisket is priced at $ 20 a pound, in line with local rivals County Line ($ 20.58), Ruby’s ($ 21.95), and Rudy’s ($ 17.58). Given the high demand for his cuisine, it’s fair to wonder, “Why doesn’t Mr. Franklin raise prices?”
If you’ve done any research into saving for retirement, you’ve almost certainly heard of the most commonly recommended retirement accounts: The 401(k). The traditional IRA. The Roth IRA. Or if you’re self-employed, maybe you’ve looked into the SEP IRA or solo 401(k).
That’s the standard lineup. And they’re all great retirement accounts. They offer big tax breaks that make it easier to save your money efficiently and reach your long-term goals sooner.
Agricultural officials have cleared most commercial chicken and turkey farms infected by the avian flu to restock
Every year, throngs of shoppers flood the nation’s leading retailers on the day after Thanksgiving, eager to seize their deeply discounted Black Friday haul. And every year, those who don’t venture out shake their heads at footage of shoppers camped in parking lots, fist fights over merchandise, and shelves swept bare in minutes.
For some, Black Friday is as much about people-watching as it is about shopping. But if you’re among those who want to score some serious deals, take a deep breath and reconsider: Black Friday might not be all it’s cracked up to be.
We’ll take a look at why that’s the case, when you may be able to score better deals, and how price trackers can be a crucial tool in helping you pay less without fighting the crowds.