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  • Shop savvy: How to save money on the holidays in 2013

    Shop savvy: How to save money on the holidays in 2013
    While the state of the economy remains debatable, shoppers will continue to be conservative with their Christmas budgets, retail analysts say. And that means more bargain hunting. Here are some tips from deal-finding experts and local savvy shoppers...
  • Midwest birding guide geared to novices

    Midwest birding guide geared to novices
    Bill Thompson III, one of Ohio's foremost birding experts, has published a bird-watching guide specific to the Midwest. "Midwestern Birds Backyard Guide" is geared toward beginners, offering them tips for attracting, observing and identifying birds....
  • Myron Kunin dies at 85; hair salon owner collected American art

     Myron Kunin dies at 85; hair salon owner collected American art
    Some say Myron Kunin never met a business he didn't like. Others insist he never saw a piece of art he didn't like. Both are understatements. Kunin built the Regis hair salon empire from his parents' chain of department store barbershops and also...
  • Germany raid yields 1,500 artworks possibly seized by Nazis

    LONDON — The elderly gentleman appeared nervous when authorities questioned him during a customs check aboard a train from Switzerland to Germany. He was carrying about $12,000 in cash, just within the legal limit. But a feeling that something was...
  • Bieber's Brazilian brothel brouhaha

    "WHAT IS your idea of perfect happiness?" asks Vanity Fair's Proust Questionnaire of producer Robert Evans. He answers: "I can't tell you. It could be illegal!" This made me laugh -- but the fabled Evans always makes me laugh. His response also...
  • Cyclists gather in Oakland to mainstream their cause

    Cyclists gather in Oakland to mainstream their cause
    Hundreds of cyclists and cycling advocates are gathering Thursday in Gov. Jerry Brown’s adopted hometown, Oakland, for a summit to advance the mainstreaming of cycling in California and to highlight the formerly lagging, but now booming, role of...
  • Review: 'Killing Kennedy' is not the stuff of legend

    Among a fleet of documentaries launched on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy comes "Killing Kennedy," a dramatic take with Rob Lowe as the president and Will Rothhaar as Lee Harvey Oswald. Premiering Sunday on National...
  • 90 years of remembering America's wars

    90 years of remembering America's wars
    When it comes to the business of war and national defense, no part of the United States has a longer or deeper record than Hampton Roads. Even before Washington's victory at Yorktown ensured the independence of a country that has fought in more than...
  • Video: Glendale Galleria retailers get an early start on the holidays

    Video: Glendale Galleria retailers get an early start on the holidays
    From talking dolls to flying drones, retailers at the Glendale Galleria are gearing up for the 2013 holiday season with high-tech items, including new gaming consoles for the first time in several years. The new consoles — the Xbox One and...
  • NPD Group's Shop-o-Meter finds 8 percent of holiday shopping is done

    NPD Group's Shop-o-Meter finds 8 percent of holiday shopping is done
    If you’re thinking the holiday shopping season has crept up sooner in the year than usual, you might be right. The buying and selling "is off to an earlier start than any other holiday season I can remember," says Marshal Cohen, who follows...
  • Michael Phelps submits to drug testing, signaling possible return to pool

    Michael Phelps submits to drug testing, signaling possible return to pool
    After months of hints and half-denials, Michael Phelps has re-entered the drug testing pool for international competition, the strongest signal yet that he's planning a return to swimming. Phelps, already widely regarded as the greatest competitive...