Today Show February 28 2013 Recap
Have you ever heard of a restaurant charging someone $5 to use their restroom? Or have you heard about the new website that brings people together with food? Literally, strangers will make you dinner. The Today Show looked at both of those strange topics on their February 28 2013 episode.
They also looked at Princess Diana’s dresses going up for auction and looked back on the life and legacy of Pope John Paul II.
Today Show: Woman Charged $5 for Using Restroom at Restaurant
A women was charged $5 for using the bathroom at a restaurant she wasn’t eating it. The Today Show talked about her incident at the Flood Zone and learned why the restaurant wouldn’t take her money when she tried to pay the $5.
Today Show: Princess Diana Vanity Fair Dress Going Up For Auction
Princess Diana’s gowns are going up for auction and the Today Show got an exclusive look at some of her most iconic dresses. From her John Travolta dress to her Vanity Fair photoshoot dress, they are all up for sale.
Today Show: Pope Benedict Final Day & Pope John Paul Life & Legacy
Today was Pope Benedict’s final day as Pope. The Today Show looked at how he spent his final day as Pope and they looked back on the life of Pope John Paul II.
Today Show: Mealku Food Community, Food Made & Shared By Strangers
The Today Show looked at the newest way people are sharing food and feeding complete strangers. Mealku is an online food network where you can get dinner from a complete stranger. Click the link below to find out how it works
Today Show: Popular Board Games in America & HGTV Pillow Shopping Tips
The Today Show looked at the reasons the board game industry is still booming and they talked with the Editor in Chief of HGTV magazine to find the best times to buy different home items for cheap.