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Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

Friday - 11/22/2013, 11:53pm  ET

6:40 p.m. - Scott Greenberg, syndicated wine columnist

What to choose to go with the turkey and fixings

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Lani Rosenstock Inlander, Owner & Chief Stylist for "Real Life Style" has gift ideas for the kids/teens in your life:

Little Kids

  • Boys: Anything with skull and crossbones, camouflage (especially in surprising color combos) or a super hero theme
  • Girls: Anything with hearts, bows, lips and sequins

Nice thing about little kids is they don't know how much you spent so you can either go to Nordstrom or Old Navy. The trends are all the same and they will grow out of them quickly anyway.

Teenage Girls

These are all available at On Cloud 9 at Potomac Woods Shopping Center in Potomac, Md. (no e-commerce)

  • Liquid Leggings by Zara Terez $42 and $48 - Shiny "liquid looking" leggings with crazy prints on them like donuts, fruit loops, plaids and stripes, balloon animals outer space prints. The crazier the better.
  • Rainbow Loom (rubber band jewelry making kit) - These are the new silly bandz. Available at On Cloud 9 or Michael's craft stores. Around $20 for kit.
  • Butter Super Soft hoodies and sweat pants (around $100 for hoodies and $60 for the sweat pants)

Teenage Boys

The Fuel band from Nike is a great gift idea for the teenager in your life. (Courtesy Nike.com)

  • Nike Elite basketball socks and Nike Vapor Football socks $14 to 18, brightly colored, padded socks
  • Graphic tees (around $30) from Urban Outfitters store or website
  • Flannel button down shirts from Urban Outfitters or Nordstrom - all price points. Grunge is back.

Teen Boys and Girls

Fuel band from Nike: New SE version was just released, comes in bright colors and syncs in real time with your iPhone, $149, tracks physical movement and you can share the info with your friends across social media platforms.

Listen to all of Inlander's gift ideas below:

9:10 a.m. - Lani Rosenstock Inlander, Owner & Chief Stylist for 'Real Life Style'

Hot clothes for kids and teens for holiday gifts

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8:10 p.m. - Gary Leff, "View from the Wing" blogger

Maybe letting people talk on their cell phones during flights won't be that bad

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7:40 p.m. - Nicholas Dawidoff, author of "Collision Low Crossers: A Year Inside the Turbulent World of NFL Football"

How many NFL plays actually come off as planned?

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7:20 p.m. - Herb Weisbaum, The Consumer Man at NBC.com

Gearing up for Black Weekend shopping

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4:20 p.m. - Chris Wallace, Fox News Sunday

Remembrances of the Kennedy assassination, the latest on Obamacare, and a preview of Sunday's show

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3:50 p.m. - Ann Hornaday, Washington Post film critic

"Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "Nebraska"

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3:10 p.m. - Gwen Ifill, moderator, Washington Week

Looking back at 1963

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2:20 p.m. - Chuck Goldstein, football coach, Gallaudet University

Incredible season for football team

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12:50 p.m. - Dave Ross, commentator

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12:10 p.m. - Mary Beth Albright, foodie and food lawyer

Thanksgiving feasts for alternative diets

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11:10 a.m. - Leonard Steinhorn, professor of Public Communication and an affiliate professor of History at American University

Why are conspiracy theories still popular 50 years after Kennedy's assassination?

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10:40 a.m. - Clinton Yates, The Washington Post

The "Knockout Game."

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10:10 a.m. Jen Chaney, film and television writer

All about new movies: "Nebraska" and "Hunger Games."

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8:20 a.m. - Candy Crowley, CNN's chief political correspondent and host of ‘State of the Union'

Response to the new filibuster laws in the Senate.

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7:40 a.m. - Scott Mayerowitz, AP Airlines reporter

Phone calls on planes? It could happen

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Read more: Loud cellphone talkers next bane of air travelers?


7:10 a.m. - Katie Linendoll, tech expert

Holiday Tech Report 2013

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6:50 a.m. - John Dickerson, CBS News Political Director

What is the so-called 'nuclear option?'

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Thanksgiving eats might hurt Fido

WTOP's Randi Martin reports

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Onion, bread dough and avocado are among the foods you shouldn't give your pooch. Click here for the full list.


Study says coffee might be heart healthy

WTOP's Alan Etter reports

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Computer virus demands ransom for files

WTOP's National Security Correspondent J.J. Green reports

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Read more: Virus victim: I had no choice, I had to pay the ransom


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