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  • What really killed SkyMall

    What really killed SkyMall
    Say bon voyage to a friendly in-flight travel companion for the past 25 years. SkyMall has crashed. Last week, SkyMall LLC, which publishes the well-known in-flight catalog, and its parent company, Xhibit Corp., filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy...
  • Malta House 2015 "Wonder Women" Bring Their Strength to Town & County Club

    Malta House 2015 "Wonder Women" Bring Their Strength to Town & County Club
    Some came to the Town & County Club Wednesday sporting their "indestructible" bracelets of power, while others came with just the fire from within to do for others. They are the Malta House of Care 2015 "Wonder Women" honorees. The seven, former...
  • Jewelers fear Wabash Avenue work will pinch sales

     Jewelers fear Wabash Avenue work will pinch sales
    As retail nightmares go, road construction is a reliable bogeyman. Traffic snarls. Obstructed storefronts. Dust, noise and scaffolding keeping shoppers away. But for some businesses on Chicago's historic Jewelers Row, Monday's closing of a stretch of...
  • Police offer tips to avoid Craigslist scams

    It's common for people to be worried about being taken advantage of when buying or selling things on Craigslist. The website is very hands-off in monitoring its transactions. Its terms of service specify it's not liable for any harm resulting from...
  • Reader Feedback March 10: Rice, gay marriage, Billie Holiday

    Where to find fancy rice •Anne, Williamsburg: Regarding the recipe for rice frittata, where, pray tell, does one find Acquerello carnaroli rice? Editor: You can find Acquerello Carnaroli rice at gourmet shops or online at sites including...
  • New Civil War Book Tells Stories Of Connecticut Soldiers

    New Civil War Book Tells Stories Of Connecticut Soldiers
    The bloodiest single day in U.S. military — the battle of Antietam on Sept. 17, 1862, during the American Civil War, was fought amid rolling hills with apple orchards and fields of ripe corn all around. When the day was over, 22,000 were dead,...
  • Fine salesman's samples are highly collectible

    Q: I have a small display cabinet 21.5 in. high x 12 in. wide. Do you think it might be a doll cabinet? It was my mother-in-law's. A: Looking at images sent, a casual observer could think that the reader's piece is a circa 1900-1920s china cabinet in a...
  • St. Paul School marks 150 years

    St. Paul School marks 150 years
    With some family history sleuthing, Aurora resident John Muschler learned that his great-grandfather Johann Friedrick Muschler and his older brother George Andreas immigrated to Aurora in 1852 from Germany when they were in their late teens and early 20s....
  • An offbeat Valentine's gift: A bouquet of gypsum roses

    An offbeat Valentine's gift: A bouquet of gypsum roses
    Planning to give your valentine a bouquet of red roses? That's sweet of you, but may we suggest a more surprising option (particularly if your special someone favors unique home decor)? Gypsum roses. These delicate crystal clusters — also referred...
  • Customer-funded models help get businesses off the ground

    Customer-funded models help get businesses off the ground
    Many people aspire to start their own business. They may have an excellent business concept, and the skills and knowledge to excel, but founder on this reality: There is a very high rate of failure for newly started small business. One major reason for...
  • Family holds first 'photo exhibit' showing rare King Ganaway works

    Family holds first 'photo exhibit' showing rare King Ganaway works
    MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — In this mid-South city of more than 100,000 people, which was the scene of one of the Civil War's bloodiest battles, a group of about 30 people gathered to celebrate the art of a pioneering African-American photographer who...