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Industrial Production

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  • Post-recession, starting over in a Costa Mesa garden

     
    For structural steel salesman Andrew Stoneman and vintage-textile consultant Laura Haskell, a 1960s Costa Mesa house is more than an expression of their design savvy. It's also inspiration for their line of Midcentury-inspired outdoor furniture and...
  • Matt Nathanson comes on, gets higher at Crocodile Rock show

     
    Singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson’s show Friday at Allentown’s Crocodile Rock CafĂ© followed much the same path as his career. The show’s start was inauspicious, with Nathanson throwing off songs much in the way he tossed off four albums...
  • The green jobs debate: A boon or a bust for the economy?

     
    Are green jobs worth it? Are green jobs a reality, or are they a con jobs? Here are some differing opinions....
  • Saved: The Last Saab 9-3

     
    Although loyalist group Saabs United wasn't able to save the brand, it was able to rescue the bankrupt Swedish automaker's last vehicle when it rolled off the production line. Saabs United raised enough money to purchase the last 9-3 sedan......
  • Anti-smog device

     
    UCLA researchers Richard D. Hopa, left, and Hiroshi Kimura, demonstrate new anti-smog device developed for autos....
  • A children's treasury of end-of-session bill signings.

     
    In case you were wondering what your elected leaders were doing during the waning hours of the 2011-12 leiglsaitve session, here's a selection of bills signed into law by Gov. Tom Corbett today. They range from a measure providing additional......
  • New York's film, TV incentives could tax L.A.'s economy

    New York's film, TV incentives could tax L.A.'s economy
    IS THIS city poised to take a bite out of Hollywood's bread and butter? A dramatically expanded state tax credit for film and television productions has made New York a more appealing shooting locale than ever, bringing a wave of projects into the city...
  • Habits bad for the environment

    Habits bad for the environment
    So which of our habits is the worst enemy to the environment? For now, here's a look at some of our most common environmental transgressions, starting with the biggies. HOME ENERGY Consumption The average Chicago household uses 5,400 kilowatt hours of...
  • State Loses 7,100 Jobs Amid Faint Signs Of Improvement

    Connecticut continued its run of big job losses in March as employers shed 7,100 positions, but the unemployment rate ticked up less than expected, to 7.5 percent from 7.4 percent in February, according to a report released Thursday by the state...
  • Frog in Diet Pepsi: 'Mouse' in Pepsi can was frog, FDA says

    Frog in Diet Pepsi: 'Mouse' in Pepsi can was frog, FDA says
    The tests are in and a federal report confirms what seems like an urban legend: a Diet Pepsi can consumed by an Ormond Beach man did indeed contain the remains of an animal, believed to be a frog or a toad. Amy Denegri said she has received a report from...
  • Made (once again) in America

    Made (once again) in America
    When NovaSom Inc. was looking to produce its sleep apnea diagnostic kits, the Glen Burnie-based company didn't look to factories in Asia or Mexico. Instead, it found a manufacturer right off the Beltway in Woodlawn. NovaSom chose Zentech Manufacturing...