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  • Fashion trends for spring

    Fashion trends for spring
    Spring merchandise has officially hit the stores, and one trend should be immediately noticeable: bright colors. They were everywhere on the spring-summer 2011 runways, including at the Jil Sander show, where candy colors managed to look minimal when shown with crisp white shirts or layered with sleek black coats, and at Rachel Roy and Burberry, where various tones of shocking aqua and cobalt were paired for a cool (and somehow punchy) look. Color blocking, as seen on the Marni runway, is another major trend.
  • Does Naperville have it all?

    Does Naperville have it all?
    Chicago has no shortage of household-name suburbs. Oak Park, Berwyn, Schaumburg, Evanston -- those are all fine and good. But for whatever reason, mention Naperville, even in passing, and you're going to get a reaction. Depending on who's in on the...

    Moms are building mini-empires online

    Moms are building mini-empires online
    I recently sat in awe in a room full of women — most of them moms — who are powerful influencers reaching giant audiences. They are doing that through a variety of social media platforms and creating small media empires — from their...

    Pop-up shop designed to spur interest in Highlandtown business

    Pop-up shop designed to spur interest in Highlandtown business
    Three weeks ago, the Highlandtown storefront was empty and apparently without prospects. On Saturday, the space was filled with holiday wreath-making, carefully crafted plant arrangements and free coffee. The rapid transformation into a "pop-up" shop...

    2010 Quinnipiac Poll Story: Yankees Closed The Gap

    There figures to be a record-low number of sprained ankles among baseball fans in Connecticut this summer. No one seems to be jumping on or off bandwagons around these parts. Quinnipiac University's annual poll of state baseball fans, released Friday,...