| May 14, 2009
UAW COMPLAINS ABOUT GENERAL MOTORS IMPORTS
DETROIT - The United Auto Workers claims General Motors plans to import cars to sell while taking money from the American taxpayer to survive.
The UAW charges that GM has plans to sell cars built in China,...
| Dec 30, 2009
This year we have pledged to have someone over for dinner one evening per week or on the weekend - just a simple dinner (no big deal) but a chance to open our house to friends that we don't get to see regularly. We'll let our daughter,...
| Jan 14, 2010
A few years ago, in January, Barb Lito and her husband decided to bite the bullet and buy some home exercise equipment.
"We both had gym memberships, but with demanding jobs and family commitments, we were not making that time to get to the gym," said...
| Jan 27, 2010
Undulating her hips hypnotically, Allison Miller can almost make you think the hoop spinning around her waist is suspended in air, defying gravity.
Round and round it goes - effortlessly for hoopers, it seems. And the six students following Miller, 21,...
| Jan 29, 2010
David Campisi's life is all about exercise and sports.
As president of Sports Authority, Campisi runs the largest sports goods retailer in the country. His wife, Beci Campisi, runs a garage gym based on the grueling fitness methodology of CrossFit...
| Feb 2, 2010
| 9:00 AM
March 13--The Alexander Leigh Center for Autism Proudly Presents Our Fourth Annual Fundraiser: Dance the Night Away for Autism starting at 5:00 at Crystal Lake Holiday Inn. Tickets are $50.
The night will include: raffles, silent and live auctions, and...
| Feb 13, 2010
| 10:52 AM
The CBS 6 Healthy Lifestyle Expo features celebrity Chef Nathan Lyon.
Lyon who grew up in Northern Virginia now lives in California and has a cooking show the "Lyon's Kitchen."
Lyon preaches buying local fresh products for cooking. He is on the main...
| Mar 1, 2010
When Nintendo's Wii console came out, couch potatoes across the country rejoiced. Here was a way to get in shape and play video games at the same time! But the bowling, tennis and other early sports titles ultimately delivered less-than-challenging...
| Mar 25, 2010
Remember when Japan was cool? We used to run around with "Mr. Roboto" on our Walkmans, "The Karate Kid" in our Betamaxes and wore T-shirts embossed with the characters for "storm sewer" and "dishwasher." Our nation loved Japanese culture so much we even...
| Oct 14, 2009
| 3:07 PM
What's Hot: Robust, easy-to-control Snowball Fight, Obstacle Course, Skateboarding and more
What's Not: Not quite enough depth to stay fresh through months of workouts
Crispy Gamer Says: Try
Making exercise less boring. For millions of gamers, this was...