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  • The space between Black Friday and Cyber Monday can be dark

    The space between Black Friday and Cyber Monday can be dark
    Greetings, and welcome to the brief but horrific span of time that exists between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, a time I like to call Gray-Analog-Terror Weekend. At this point, the hottest holiday gifts are already gone, purchased by weirdos who do...
  • Should stores open on Thanksgiving?

    A titanic struggle is taking shape across America this Thanksgiving. Walmart, Kmart, Macy's, Target and other retailers will be open on Thanksgiving — a choice, they say, dictated by their customers' desires. Nordstrom, Costco, Crate and Barrel,...
  • Art gallery embezzler Jeffery Hall pleads guilty

    Art gallery embezzler Jeffery Hall pleads guilty
    Jeffery Hall, former manager of a Maitland art gallery called Millenia Gallery, has pleaded guilty to embezzling $1.5M from the gallery. Hall had sold valuable artwork, such as three Dale Chihuly glass bowls, on eBay or through other avenues, and...
  • Don't buy bad goods for Christmas

    Don't buy bad goods for Christmas
    Some people are disappointed when they don't get what they wanted for Christmas. An even bigger letdown might be thinking you got what you wanted, then realizing after a close look that your gift is a knock-off. The holiday shopping madness has begun,...
  • Remembering when it was fun to fly at Grayland Station

    Remembering when it was fun to fly at Grayland Station
    At the far northwest edge of Chicago, the intersection of Devon and Caldwell avenues serves as a busy junction, an unheralded gateway to the suburbs and beyond. Travel is never far from your mind in this spot. The No. 85A CTA bus winds an endless loop...
  • Man who worked at security firm in Newport News pleads guilty to mail, computer fraud

    A man who previously worked at a security firm with offices in Newport News pleaded guilty Monday to mail and computer fraud charges. Michael Holub, 48, of Norfolk, is expected to be sentenced on March 6 and faces up to 20 years and a $250,000 fine on a...
  • Dozens arrested for retail-related crimes during 3-day crackdown

    Dozens arrested for retail-related crimes during 3-day crackdown
    Dozens of crooks in Broward County paid the price for their retail-related offenses this week when authorities teamed up with local stores to crack down on organized retail crime. The Broward Sheriff's Office, local police agencies, Homeland Security...
  • Collector groups not best sources for price information

    Q: I served in the U.S. Air Force, and for some time was stationed in England. We're wondering about something we got there. We call it a clay bowl. Marks on the bottom are clear, but I only recently found out what they mean. Can you help with value? A:...
  • How to make Hello Kitty Spam musubi (rice snacks)

    How to make Hello Kitty Spam musubi (rice snacks)
    If there's a Hello Kitty fan on your holiday gift list this year, we've got you covered. If he or she also happens to be a Spam fan, you're well on your way to becoming best friend of the year. All you'll need is the Hello Kitty Spam musubiĀ (or shaped...
  • Hewlett-Packard to lay off 5,000 in split

    Hewlett-Packard to lay off 5,000 in split
    Hewlett-Packard Co said it would split into two listed companies, separating its computer and printer businesses from its faster-growing corporate hardware and services operations, and eliminate another 5,000 jobs as part of its turnaround plan. HP...
  • 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...