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  • Designer clothes for kids: Nothing too good for baby

    Designer clothes for kids: Nothing too good for baby
    It's hard to miss those paparazzi shots of celebrity toddlers being toted around by their famous parents, kids who are dressed, well, to look just like mom or dad. Gwen Stefani's boys sport mohawks, black rocker T-shirts and baggy cargo pants like their...
  • Turn the urge to purge into a cash surge

    Turn the urge to purge into a cash surge
    Your home is starting to resemble an episode of "Hoarders," but without the tearful back story. Sure, that armoire is gorgeous. But you never use it. Those antique candlesticks that Grandma gave you are just collecting dust. And what about all those...
  • Trade in used baby products for savings: Cheap Trick Thursday

    Trade in used baby products for savings: Cheap Trick Thursday
    If you've got a baby on the way or one or more already at home, consider swapping out used equipment like strollers, cribs and car seats for discounts on purchases of other baby goods. Toys"R"Us is holding its fifth Great Trade In event from Fri., Aug....
  • Shopper's grass-roots quest

    Shopper's grass-roots quest
    COSTA MESA — In the eyes of Kim Farthing, a penny spent locally is a penny earned in the pocket of a friend or neighbor. For this reason, Farthing has adopted a mission to learn how to buy as much as possible — from food to bedding to...
  • Many ways to support the needy

    Many ways  to support the needy
    As we come to the close of another challenging year on the economic front for many, local nonprofit groups throughout the area are struggling to make ends meet and address growing needs in the community. These groups and the people they serve need our...
  • Off the chain

    Off the chain
    The shelves of a bookstore hold the perfect gift for those on your holiday list, no matter their interests or hobbies. And for people who prefer not to shop online or at large chain bookstores, the Chicago area has an ample supply of independent stores....
  • Baltimore Co. kicks off holiday toy drive

    Ethan and Zach Taylor, 4-year-old twins, were spending a rainy Monday at the Essex Library when they noticed people placing new toys in a large decorated box. Their mother, Rachael Taylor, explained those toys were donations, destined for needy children....
  • Trend Watch: Relax at CloudMover Day Spa

    Trend Watch: Relax at CloudMover Day Spa
    A reader tipped me off to CloudMover Day Spa in Huntington Beach, which recently moved from Old World Village to Five Points Plaza. Last month, CloudMover Day Spa was named No. 1 Day Spa on the Orange County Hot List, a website that lets people vote...
  • Chemicals in the crib

    Chemicals in the crib
    Three popular brands of baby mattresses that were marketed in recent months to families and day care centers contained toxic flame retardants linked to increased cancer risk, according to laboratory tests conducted for the Chicago Tribune. One member...
  • Dangerous chemicals found in crib mattresses

    Dangerous chemicals found in crib mattresses
    Three popular brands of baby mattresses that were marketed in recent months to families and day care centers contained toxic flame retardants linked to increased cancer risk, according to laboratory tests conducted for the Chicago Tribune. One member of...
  • Maryland begins process to ban bumper pads in cribs

    Maryland begins process to ban bumper pads in cribs
    Maryland health officials continued their push to become the first state to ban the sale of bumper pads that line the inside of baby cribs, introducing proposed language Friday for regulations that could go into effect next year. The regulations would...