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Multimedia JournalistIf you didn't get enough of shopping on Black Friday, Saturday was your second chance except this time with smaller businesses. The Saturday after Thanksgiving is Small Business Saturday; a day aimed at focusing on the importance of shopping at local...
Tags: Business, Small Businesses
Tow truck drivers are operating in frequent and flagrant violation of a new Broward law meant to protect drivers from towing abuses, a Sun Sentinel investigation has found. The newspaper surveilled tow spots, analyzed more than three years of data,...
Los Angeles Times Fashion CriticMarni comes to L.A. The Marni for H&M collection launched in L.A. with a star-studded soiree that included Drew Barrymore, Andrea Riseborough, Jessica Chastain, Milla Jovovich, Lily Collins, Freida Pinto and Winona Ryder. The setting — the 1926...
A month after a massacre at a Connecticut elementary school, demand for ammunition is so high that Wal-Mart is limiting sales to keep supply stable. As of last week, customers nationwide will only be able to purchase three boxes a day from the mega-...
There is a most magical hour every Christmas season, and it is not the stroke of midnight on Christmas Eve, when the darkened church glows with candles in anticipation of a child's birth. It is not dawn on Christmas morning, when excited children wake...
Tags: Christmas, Religious Festivals, Holidays
Chicago ShoppingHoliday shipping deadlines are receding in the rear view mirror and all the sale ads scream “last minute,” but you haven't even begun to shop. Still, there's no need to pout, because the shops are pulling out the stops for last minute...
Why do Los Angeles city elections seem simultaneously so anticlimatic -- and so exhausting? There may be many reasons, but no doubt one of them is the calendar. City elections take place the first Tuesday after the first Monday in March every odd-...
Tags: Government, Los Angeles Times, Fatigue, Barack Obama, Passover
Despite a presidential election, "fiscal cliff" debates and Hurricane Sandy, retailers bumped up their holiday hiring to the highest level in six years, according to a report. Retailers hired 728,000 new workers in the last three months of the year,...
Tags: Hurricane Sandy (2012), Macy's, Holidays, Fiscal Cliff
The year 2012 begins in splendid fashion in Washington County, as thousands of people line up to sign a petition that would make this our Best Year Ever. The only caveat is that this proposition would have to be approved by Maryland voters, although...
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. shoppers spent cautiously this holiday season, a disappointment for retailers who slashed prices to lure people into stores and now must hope for a post-Christmas burst of spending. Sales of electronics, clothing, jewelry...
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