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  • Lego reintroduces female scientist sets — and everybody wants one

     Lego reintroduces female scientist sets — and everybody wants one
    Dear Santa, I realize you received my kids' letters weeks ago and have, no doubt, already fulfilled their fondest wishes. My son wants the discontinued Batman Lego set that comes with a Batcave and Mr. Freeze and fetches $1,200 on eBay, remember?...
  • Art world abuzz over leadership shake-ups at Christie's, Sotheby's

    Multimillion-dollar bidding wars are suspenseful, sure, but the real drama at Christie's and Sotheby's lately has been behind the scenes: The top executive at each of the fierce rivals — the biggest auction houses in the world — is stepping...
  • Memories run deep at this Christmas lights display (photos, video)

    Memories run deep at this Christmas lights display (photos, video)
    I've been bombarded with emails and phone calls over the last few weeks nominating 134 Lori Lane, Mertztown, for my Christmas Lights Tour. I've never had an outpouring like this. Many of the nominators went beyond giving me the address. They had glowing...
  • Why is diesel so much more expensive than gas?

    Q: I have owned Mercedes diesels for more than 25 years now, always priding myself on purchasing a vehicle of unsurpassed comfort, longevity, efficiency and yes, practicality. The problem is that diesel has now actually risen in price as gas has fallen,...
  • Seahawks shoes: One size, or style, does not fit all

    RENTON, Wash. Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka doesn't usually like shopping for shoes, but his job requires it each offseason. Not just any shoes, mind you, but the shoes he will wear in games, the shoes with which he has made 92 percent of his field-...
  • Handling holiday returns helps fuel Lanham firm

    Handling holiday returns helps fuel Lanham firm
    In Optoro's sprawling warehouse in Lanham, dozens of workers scan, sort and pack toys, shoes, laptops, books, headphones, power tools — almost anything that consumers bought online and at stores then sent or brought back. The returned goods may be...
  • EBay's split with PayPal could cost thousands of jobs, report says

    SAN JOSE, Calif. EBay is reportedly considering laying off thousands of employees as it prepares to shed its huge online payments division, PayPal. Citing unidentified, "people familiar with the company's thinking," the Wall Street Journal said this week...
  • Kelly: Miami Dolphins need to monitor Jim Harbaugh situation

    Joe Philbin's team is fading into the land of irrelevance yet again and fraying at the seams. The Dolphins offense is gasping for air, desperate for big plays, and the defense is hemorrhaging up blood after allowing 661 rushing yards and four rushing...
  • Scarcity drives prices on World's Fair collectibles

    Q: Your column on World's Fair collectibles got us thinking. My husband's grandmother attended the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition and brought home a pitcher. Does it have value as memorabilia? A: World Fairs have yielded perhaps more souvenirs than...
  • Lending Club shares soar in first day of trading

    SAN FRANCISCO Lending Club on Thursday became the first online peer-to-peer lending startup to trade publicly and California's largest initial public offering of the year, immediately jumping 65 percent on its Wall Street debut and marking a bellwether...
  • With value at stake, repairs can do more harm than good

    Q: Is it worthwhile to take my 16-in. Pairpoint lamp to an expert to have the shade repaired? A: The reader has a circa 1920s authentic Pairpoint brass base with a glass shade. The e-query tells us that the shade is cracked but intact. She has looked...