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  • Under Armour ranked as 5th fastest-growing retailer in U.S.

    Under Armour ranked as 5th fastest-growing retailer in U.S.
    In a race to beat other retailers in sales growth, Under Armourmay not have won gold,  but the athletic apparel brand secured fifth place - not bad out of a field of 100. The Baltimore company was the fifth fastest growing retailer in the U.S. last year,...
  • Home Elliptical Machines Hit Their Stride

    Home Elliptical Machines Hit Their Stride
    The elliptical is gaining on the venerable treadmill in the race to be the No. 1 cardiovascular machine in the nation, with sales of $687 million in 2008 as compared with the treadmill's $870 million, according to the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Assn....
  • Dorm lesson No.1: Step it up a notch

    Starting college means beginning a new educational journey. Part of that journey is learning that a lot of stores want to sell you things. The bookstore wants you to buy a sweat shirt and a plush mascot doll. The credit card companies would like you to...
  • After 50 years, MacArthur Road becomes the Valley's $1.5 billion strip

    After 50 years, MacArthur Road becomes the Valley's $1.5 billion strip
    The flow of vehicles exiting Route 22 at MacArthur Road in Whitehall Township is constant. One after another, they loop around onto what is, depending on your point of view, either shopping paradise or strip-mall hell. Last year, roughly $1.5 billion was...
  • Palin's long campaign trail (of stores)

     
    (Photo for the Chicago Tribune by Jeff Swensen) by Frank James All right, maybe I'm missing something. I understand why vice presidential nominee Gov. Sarah Palin might have needed to go to a department store to purchase designer jackets......
  • College football to be featured on ESPN again in '09

     
    ESPN/ABC will be televise college football games again this coming season. Many of them. The schedule can be viewed by clicking below and reading the news release fresh off the presses from Bristol. No mention of Ben Roethlisberger in it.......
  • Cut-up Dick's Last Resort cuts a fishing line for some reason

     
    Dick's Last Resort has its grand opening at the Inner Harbor today. "The new Dick’s Last Resort in the Inner Harbor is hosting a ribbon-cutting (or more accurately, a fishing line-cutting) on Thursday morning to officially welcome itself to the........
  • Where to shop

    Stroll through shops in a town-like setting or escape to the comfort of an air-conditioned mall. City Center at Oyster Point. 701 Town Center Drive in Newport News. 230,000 square feet of retail shops and restaurants. Development began in 2000. Major...
  • Hampton Roads has a wealth of sources for low-cost camping gear

    It's likely that you'll need to take a shopping trip before your first camping adventure. Here are your local options for finding the right gear. Wal-Mart. The superstore is one of your best bets for one-stop shopping in this case. You'll find everything...
  • Florida Shopping Guide: St. Augustine and Jacksonville

    Florida Shopping Guide: St. Augustine and Jacksonville
    The St. Augustine-Jacksonville area offers first-class shopping experiences alongside great deals and a beautiful scenery. From an expansive outdoor shopping mall to an eclectic antiques market, there is definitely plenty of shopping treasures for...
  • Black Friday Power Outage: Lights Out for Shopping

    Black Friday Power Outage: Lights Out for Shopping
    It was a true black Friday for a number of stores along 28th Street in Cascade. A power outage darkened stores and caused traffic signals to go out. But one store gave customers flashlights to shop with. Consumers Power said one circuit was tripped at...