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  • Fashion's Night Out events in Southern California

    Fashion's Night Out events in Southern California
    3.1 Phillip Lim Los Angeles 6 to 11 p.m. 631 N. Robertson Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069 (310) 358-1988 Remember that Phillip Lim piece you almost bought a couple years ago? Now's your chance to grab it. The designer is re-imagining five signature pieces...
  • Poverty is the biggest expense advises Hayes resident

    Sunny Lynn of Hayes and Spotsylvania County, who was a child of the Great Depression and a teenager during the rationing of World War II, passes on some cryptic economic advice she received almost 60 years ago as a young bride: "The most expensive thing...
  • October 21 - Fashions

    October 21 - Fashions
    Fashion Focus Chicago, a celebration of Chicago's thriving fashion industry, returns for a fifth year in 2009. Running from Thursday, October 22 through Sunday, October 25 Fashion Focus Chicago showcases some of the city's top designers, and features...
  • Temp jobs much in demand

    Temp jobs much in demand
    After losing their jobs, Greg and Gloria Christ drove through office parks, jotting down the names of potential employers. Eventually they tried a more direct route to getting work: a temporary-help agency. "At this point in time, I think even if there...
  • Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor
    DISTAFF DEVOTION What a charming story by Howard Rosenman about his lifelong obsession with Elizabeth Taylor. It was touching that he took the time to assist her grandson with his application to film school. But after all, Miss Taylor once hugged him to...
  • Put Clair Voyant down as a reference

    Put Clair Voyant down as a reference
    Poised to enter a cutthroat job market, college art student Kim Tae-eun showed up for a crucial interview the other day nervous and dressed to the nines. She wasn't meeting with a job counselor or head hunter -- she needed real results. She needed a...
  • "MyNetworkTVs Big Break Casting Call" Hits The Road!

    "MyNetworkTVs Big Break Casting Call" Hits The Road! August 7, 2008 "MyNetworkTVs Big Break Casting Call" Hits The Road! Nationwide Talent Search Is Coming To Philadelphia! PHILADELPHIA– Come one, come all! This week, MyNetworkTV, the new primetime...
  • Suit up, Dad, time to waltz Tuxedos and naked truths

    Suit up, Dad, time to waltz Tuxedos and naked truths
    Should've bagged the whole thing when they told me I'd have to waltz. Who waltzes anymore? Prussian diplomats? Is there even a Prussia anymore? No, because while everyone was waltzing, mean dudes with muskets were coming over the parapets. Anyway, they...
  • Debutantes on parade, a.k.a. the dad-daughter waltz night

    Debutantes on parade, a.k.a. the dad-daughter waltz night
    In our last installment, we were renting tuxedos and learning to waltz, fun stuff only if you're one of those country club stiffs who's dead from the neck up. Me, I'd rather be stapled to a ping-pong table and attacked by geese than attend a black-tie...
  • iPod shuffle: Are these earbuds for you?

    Apple has a history of making things without features that many people consider essential. The original iMac lacked a floppy-disk drive, and the MacBook Air did not have an Ethernet port. In both cases, Apple's rationale was that the older standard was...
  • Unemployment lasts longer for Asian Americans

    Unemployment lasts longer for Asian Americans
    Asian Americans typically have the lowest unemployment rate of any ethnic group in the United States. But in this weak labor market, once they lose their jobs, they have an especially hard time reentering the labor force, data show. In July, nearly...