By Oriana Lerner
Today Show March 1 2013
The Today Show looked at homes under $400,000, cheap weekend getaways across the U.S, five things you might not know about fat and Len Berman’s Wacky World of Sports on its March 1 2013 episode.
Today Show: Harlem Shake & Baby Boom
Anchors reported on the controversy over the safety of the “Harlem Shake” on a plane, surprising numbers of pregnancies due in July and August on the East Coast, and tried out a prototype gadget that holds your iPhone to your coffee cup.
Today Show: Homes Under $400,000
Wonder what less than $400,000 could buy across the country? Barbara Corcoran showed beautiful homes from the palatial to the cozy in locations from Santa Fe to Pownal, ME. Each house had a unique style, from fully renovated Federal grandeur to a Southwest vibe that was full of character.
Today Show: Affordable Weekend Getaways
By March, you’re probably wishing you could escape the grey weather and head for someplace warm. Inexpensive stays across the country offer lots of options. Nilou Motamed, Features Director & Senior Correspondent for Travel + Leisure walked the Today Show through several hotels and inns that offer a unique experience, mostly with a weekend price of under $200 a night.
Today Show: Calories In A Pound Of Fat
Doctor Keri Peterson explained five facts about fat in honor of National Nutrition Month.
Today Show: Wacky World of Sports
Len Berman delivered his monthly photo montage of the sports world’s oddest plays, moments and team behavior. Highlights include kangaroos at an Australian ladies’ golf tournament and a human bicycle made up of softball team members on a moving walkway.