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Non-durable Goods Industry

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  • Start-up spotlight: LuxeYard brings social aspect to flash sales

     
    LuxeYard, which offers luxury home decor at 70% off retail through its members-only website, aims to combine social media with flash sales....
  • Test Driving the World’s Cutest Shoes

     
    When running becomes a persistent pain in the butt (literally) and all the usual strategies (stretching, physical therapy, massage) fail to ease the pain, it’s time for a gal to contemplate drastic measures. That’s right, it’s time to...
  • Toe a new line: barefoot shoes

    Toe a new line: barefoot shoes
    If you live in Los Angeles or other fashion-forward places where people are eager to try new things, you have seen them: people running around in shoes that look like gorilla feet, modern ninja footwear or high-tech surf booties. They are the newest...
  • Some Running Shoes Can Stress the Body

    Those hallmarks of physical fitness die-hards and comfort addicts alike - running shoes - apparently aren't all they're cracked up to be. In a study of healthy young runners published in PM&R: The Journal of Injury, Function and Rehabilitation,...
  • Study on Evolution of Running

    Study on Evolution of Running
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Harvard biologist and runner Daniel Lieberman had a simple question: "How did people run without shoes?" The answer he got is: Much better. At least running barefoot seems better for the feet, producing far less impact stress...
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  • Barefoot Running Gains Toehold

    Barefoot Running Gains Toehold
    David Engwall got home from work the other day, slipped on his workout clothes and left for a run, his sneakers still at the door. As in, yes, your eyes work just fine, that guy jogging down Poplar Avenue is in fact barefoot. The only one in Arbutus...
  • Kids eat free at IKEA through July 4

    Kids eat free at IKEA through July 4
    Kids eat free at IKEA through Wednesday, July 4th. In the restaurant, kids under 12 can pick a combo meal valued at $2.49. No purchase necessary, except you know you can't resist those Swedish Meatballs! Also, before 11 a.m. on Mondays get a free...
  • Gearbox: Shoes a travel comfort

    Gearbox: Shoes a travel comfort
    Name: Propet Packable Washable Travel Shoes What it is: Lightweight (7 ounces) walking shoes that can be folded for packing. Unlike many athletic shoes, these can be washed. The nylon-mesh uppers allow air to circulate, keeping your feet cooler, and they...
  • Suit seeks $3.8 million from Rothstein colleague

    Suit seeks $3.8 million from Rothstein colleague
    In the first lawsuit targeting a former Scott Rothstein colleague, a bankruptcy trustee on Tuesday sued attorney Steven N. Lippman, asserting he pocketed $3.8 million in bonuses, unpaid loans and reimbursements for home furnishings, country club fees...
  • List: Stores and restaurants coming to the Peninsula Town Center

    List: Stores and restaurants coming to the Peninsula Town Center
    New to Virginia or first retail location Bensi Ristorante Italiano, Italian Restaurant & Bar:Bensi is an upscale modern Italian restaurant with 20+ locations throughout the East Coast specializing in classic Italian fare. Bensi has chosen this as...