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News, articles and information about the fashion industry, the seasonal fashion shows (such as Mercedes Fashion Week and Olympus Fashion Week) where designers show off their runway creations, and trends showing us what to wear to be hip, including shoes, sunglasses, boots, dresses, slacks, pants, jeans, tops, shirts, jackets and coats. « Show less
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Agriculture

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  • Medical marijuana delivery services are on a roll

    Medical marijuana delivery services are on a roll
    Brian Reichle couldn't have gotten a pepperoni pizza much faster. Needing to replenish his stash of pot one recent afternoon, the Burbank resident dialed Speed Weed. Within the hour, a driver arrived with a white paper bag carrying a gram of cannabis,...
  • Editorial: The case for genetically modified food

    Vermont recently joined two other New England states and passed a law to require labels on food that contains genetically modifed ingredients. Similar labeling laws have been proposed in two dozen other states, including Illinois. A push is on for a...
  • Watch closely to ensure reforms protect children

    With regard to recent reports about the 477 children who died even after they were known by the Department of Children and Families to potentially be at risk: In all cases, DCF knew from prior investigations that the children would be in danger of...
  • DIY granola bars and other trail food

    Fresh air, gorgeous views and mile after mile of rugged, eminently walkable wilderness there are few forms of exercise more enticing than a hike along one of the Bay Area's many beautiful trails. It's good for the body, mind and spirit. Or it would be,...
  • Take some relish in pickled goodies

    If you're looking to punch up your plate, reach for a relish. We're not talking limp bits of oversweet pickles from a jar but rather the zippy, tangy, pungent and otherwise palate-rocking flavors of freshly made, bold, ethnic relishes such as Korean...
  • Quakertown park construction remains on schedule

    The construction of Quakertown's newest park on the former Krupp Foundry property remains on track. "We're excited to be on schedule," said Cathy Gillahan, chairwoman of the park's steering committee and the Quakertown fundraising committee, the group...
  • Margaret L. Snyder: Science gets corrupted when scientists can't raise questions

    When Nina Teicholz set out to write "The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet," one of her goals was to demonstrate how science was perverted, not through conspiracy, but through normal human bias, the creation of interests...
  • Gardening: How can I get rid of the hemlock pest wooly adelgid?

    Q: I have several weeping hemlocks that have a pest, the wooly adelgid. Online, I found only vaguely limited solutions such as professional pest control to the tune of hundreds of dollars. Is there anything I can do at home? I've tried early spring...
  • New measures try to control stormwater in Elmhurst

    New measures try to control stormwater in Elmhurst
    Elmhurst officials this week approved more policies aimed at controlling stormwater on residential properties even as residents from some of the worst-hit areas complained about the trickle of moves that they said should be a torrent. The new policies...
  • China's hungry cattle feasting on alfalfa grown on Utah farm

    JENSEN, Utah It's easy to find the largest Chinese-owned hay farm in the United States. It sits 189 miles east of Salt Lake City, on a stunningly scenic bend of the Green River. After driving past the only gas station in Jensen, population 400, a...
  • Scientist's vine research could illuminate climate change

    MILWAUKEE Stefan Schnitzer wields an unusual instrument for a scientist a machete. Schnitzer, of the School of Freshwater Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, studies woody vines in the...