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  • Nothing says 'I love you, man' like a Father's Day craft brew

    Nothing says 'I love you, man' like a Father's Day craft brew
    If you’ve shopped for Father’s Day cards recently you’ve no doubt noticed the glut of Hallmark greetings that cater to dad’s unquenchable thirst for beer. I recently counted no fewer than five different variations on the “Hey...
  • Barksdale, who claimed to inspire 'Wire' character, sent to prison

    Barksdale, who claimed to inspire 'Wire' character, sent to prison
    Dressed in a maroon jail outfit and limping into court with the help of a cane, Nathan Barksdale did not look Wednesday like the notorious heroin dealer once sentenced to 15 years in prison for the torture of three people in a West Baltimore public...
  • TheraPearl to sell products at Target

    TheraPearl to sell products at Target
    If your back aches or your ankle swells, managers of a Columbia-based company want you to forgo the ice pack and grab a TheraPearl instead. The maker of therapeutic pearl-filled packs that can be chilled in the freezer or heated in the microwave want...
  • Separate killings of Lincoln Heights women are related, police say

    Separate killings of Lincoln Heights women are related, police say
    The killings of two Lincoln Heights women whose bodies were discovered near freeways have been linked through forensic evidence, prompting police on Tuesday to announce a $50,000 reward in the hopes that someone will come forward with information. The...
  • Alameda Marketplace sells for $11.3 million

    Alameda Marketplace sells for $11.3 million
    A Virginia-based real estate company may locate a new fitness center on an unused portion of Baltimore's 10.9-acre Alameda Marketplace, which it acquired last week. Atlantic Realty Companies, which bought the shopping center for $11.3 million, plans...
  • CVS Refuses To Sell Insulin For Cat Without Prescription

    CVS Refuses To Sell Insulin For Cat Without Prescription
    Last Christmas Eve, Dan Quartin of Newington brought his 11-year-old cat to the veterinarian. "They determined that the cat, Rusty, had diabetes," Quartin said. "The doctor printed out on a computer what I needed to get at a pharmacy — the insulin...
  • CVS cigarette move urges action by Walgreens, rivals

    CVS cigarette move urges action by Walgreens, rivals
    The landmark decision by CVS Caremark on Wednesday to halt tobacco sales at its 7,600 U.S. drugstores by Oct. 1 ratchets up pressure on its larger rival, Deerfield-based Walgreen Co., to follow suit. CVS, the nation’s No. 2 drugstore chain, said...
  • Grow your own Chia Willie, Chia Uncle Si 'Duck Dynasty' beards

    Grow your own Chia Willie, Chia Uncle Si 'Duck Dynasty' beards
    In what may be the perfect mash-up of retro-nostalgia with modern-day reality TV mania, you can now grow a "Duck Dynasty" beard via Chia Pet. We caught a blurb about the Chia Willie and Chia Uncle Si handmade decorative planters on NBC's "Today" show...
  • Attorneys general urge retailers to follow CVS and end tobacco sales

    Attorneys general urge retailers to follow CVS and end tobacco sales
    Twenty-eight attorneys general from 24 states, three U.S. territories and Washington, D.C. are pressuring five retailers, including Walgreen Co. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc., to follow the move by CVS Caremark Corp. and end sales of tobacco.  CVS Caremark...
  • La Cañada shopping center sold as Gelson's replaces Vons

    La Cañada shopping center sold as Gelson's replaces Vons
    Plaza De La Cañada, a neighborhood shopping center in La Cañada Flintridge, has sold for $35.9 million. The 1960s-era shopping center on Foothill Boulevard will be anchored by a Gelson’s Market that is set to open early next year. Gelson's will...
  • Rite Aid ordered to pay $12.3 million to settle hazardous waste suit

    Rite Aid Corp. was ordered by a San Joaquin County Superior Court judge Tuesday to pay more than $12.3 million to settle a civil lawsuit over allegations that 600 of its California stores improperly handled and disposed of hazardous waste. Judge Linda...