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  • Ex-Lehigh player McCollum ready to get back to business for Trail Blazers

    C.J. McCollum spent more time than he wanted in the first half of his first NBA season talking with trainers and doctors about his broken foot. The Lehigh University graduate became way too familiar with the Portland Trail Blazers bench in the second...
  • Vanquished Brazil struggles to stomach Argentine football horde

    RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - People in the tourist mecca of Rio de Janeiro are used to just about everything. Drunk and sunburnt vacationers from northern latitudes. Hipster backpackers prowling for drugs and sex. Even the million-plus foreigners who...
  • Dining briefs: Free Slurpees, TMIP shuttered, new Primehouse chef

    Dining briefs: Free Slurpees, TMIP shuttered, new Primehouse chef
    FREE STUFF ALERT: Today is July 11, so 7-Eleven does its annual promotion for people who line up upwards of 15 minutes for a free something that typically costs $1. If that's you, go forth and obtain your free 12 oz. Slurpee between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m....
  • Potbelly's shares tumble as 2nd-quarter sales disappoint

    Potbelly's shares tumble as 2nd-quarter sales disappoint
    Shares of Potbelly Corp. lost one-fourth of their value Thursday, after the Chicago-based sandwich chain gave a bleak report on its latest quarter and slashed expectations for the year. Even as Wall Street analysts cut their forecasts, some said they...
  • Oak Park may look at allowing bars

    Oak Park may look at allowing bars
    A recent vote to expand morning sales of liquor on the weekends in Oak Park prompted one official to suggest a bigger change: allowing bars. The Oak Park Village Board this week expanded 9 a.m. weekend and holiday sales to include large hotels, brew...
  • BLT costs harder to swallow with U.S. pig virus, drought

    BLT costs harder to swallow with U.S. pig virus, drought
    The cost to produce a BLT, America's favorite summer sandwich, hit a record high of $1.65 in May and will continue to take a bigger bite out of wallets in the coming months, given a pig virus that has ramped up bacon prices and drought-stricken salad...
  • Japanese firms near crisis point as labor shortage deepens

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's labor shortage is nearing crisis in some key industries as it spreads from construction to services, curbing companies' operations, pushing up wages and potentially crimping a tentative recovery in the world's third-largest...
  • Paid parking could be on its way to downtown Delray

    Paid parking could be on its way to downtown Delray
    Visitors to downtown Delray Beach have for years enjoyed the shops, restaurants and bars — and the parking has always been free. But that free parking could be a thing of the past. The city is poised to bring metered parking to Atlantic Avenue....
  • Businesses howl over new rules on game machines

    Businesses howl over new rules on game machines
    Jerry Greenspan has been running the Fun City arcade in Ocean City for 40 years, long enough to see children who played games there grow up and bring their children to continue the summer boardwalk tradition. Now he wonders how long it can go on. "We...
  • Muslim foodies: Halal la carte

    Muslim foodies: Halal la carte
    When Shazia Saleem took a recent flight from London to Washington, DC, she requested a halal meal. On her outbound journey she was served a curry; coming back she got the same. "I'm grateful that the halal option is there," laughs Ms Saleem, a...
  • Region's movie theaters staging a comeback

    Region's movie theaters staging a comeback
    With today's opening of a 15-screen Cinemark theater in Towson, Baltimore and its immediate area — that is, within the Beltway — is home to nearly 60 movie screens. And 20 of those are in the city itself. That's not bad when one considers...