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  • Photo exhibition at John Wayne Airport needed an old-school touch

     Photo exhibition at John Wayne Airport needed an old-school touch
    The contraption that Joel Brown lugs onto San Onofre State Beach is heavy — about 20 pounds, he guesses — and made more unwieldy by the challenge of keeping the camera balanced on spindly tripod legs. Once the artist has his subject in...
  • For local athletes, path to Ironman World Championships paved with long hours, deep belief

    For local athletes, path to Ironman World Championships paved with long hours, deep belief
    Rick Armiger is well aware of the grueling hardships that come with running in Ironman Triathlon races. "Sometimes, while you're racing, you wonder why you were so stupid to sign up for this," the 43-year-old Sparks resident said. For Armiger, it's...
  • Shopping Scout: Antique table, canning jars, more

    LOOKING FOR Someone who sells items on eBay: Rosemarie of Bethlehem is looking for someone who sells items on eBay. She has items. Antique table and chairs: Kris of Northampton is looking for an antique white table and chairs. Quart-sized canning...
  • St. Louis County police to command protest detail in Ferguson, Mo.

    FERGUSON, Mo. St. Louis County police have taken over command of officers monitoring protests in Ferguson, at the request of city officials. "This is not an indictment of the way Ferguson has handled the situation," county Police Chief Jon Belmar said in...
  • 'Keys' open a path to God rather than a door

    Q: Can you help me ID these objects? I don't want to sell them; I just want to know what they are and learn about them. A: Sent with the query are images of two metal objects the reader calls "keys." Imagine a pair of differing brass or alloy metal...
  • Consumer Reports: How to survive do-it-yourself customer service

    The outsourcing of jobs has been a painful, recurring theme in the past several years, but here's a twist. According to Consumer Reports, more companies are outsourcing customer service — to their own customers. Remember when attendants pumped gas,...
  • Consumer Reports: The best ways to sell your stuff

    You may not have a masterwork, or even a minor work, hiding in a storage unit. But your basement and attic may be bursting with possessions you no longer want, and you might be surprised by the amount you can pocket if you know the best ways to sell...
  • MasterCard decline has top-performing large-cap fund buying

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Portfolio manager Bill Nygren, whose $6.2 billion Oakmark Select fund has been among the best performing large cap funds in 2014, has added more than a million shares of MasterCard Inc this year, even as shares of the payments company...
  • Online home goods retailer Wayfair valued at $3 billion in debut

    (Reuters) - Wayfair Inc's shares rose as much as 27 percent in their market debut on Thursday, valuing the online home furnishings retailer at about $3.06 billion. The company's debut comes after the blockbuster listing of Chinese e-commerce juggernaut...
  • What Jack Ma can re-teach America

    In the fairy tale "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves," Ali Baba, a poor woodcutter, is in the forest when he hears a group of robbers approaching on horseback. Afraid, he climbs a tree and hears one of the men say, "open sesame." A door opens in a rock and...
  • Michelle Quinn: As Alibaba celebrates its IPO, US Internet firms suffer from being shut out of China

    Overlooked amid the excitement over Alibaba's blockbuster IPO on the New York Stock Exchange last week was one of the reasons for the company's smashing debut: The Chinese market it dominates is all but blocked for Silicon Valley rivals like Google,...