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  • Luxury Segment Changing, Not Slowing Down

     
    Don't believe anyone who tells you the luxury-car market is dead. Despite the economy's struggle to get moving again, you only have to visit the New York International Auto Show to know there's plenty happening in this segment. From SUVs......
  • 2010 New York Auto Show: Winners and Losers, Crossovers and SUVs

     
    A number of small, interestingly styled crossovers made an appearance at the New York International Auto Show, and they were joined by redesigned versions of more traditional larger models. Mike Hanley, David Thomas, Joe Wiesenfelder and Kelsey Mays weigh...
  • 2010 New York Auto Show: Winners and Losers, Cars

     
    The 2010 New York International Auto show had so many new vehicles on display that we had to split our Winners & Losers story into two posts. First, we discuss the cars we poked and prodded; next up will be......
  • 2011 Kia Sportage: Up Close

     
    Like the recently redesigned Tucson from sister brand Hyundai, the redesigned Sportage small crossover is nearly unrecognizable from the version that came before. The taut, athletic lines really look good on the small-crossover body style. The design also...
  • Campaign to drive puppy mills out of business gaining momentum across the U.S.

    Campaign to drive puppy mills out of business gaining momentum across the U.S.
    The goal is to drive puppy mills out of business and discourage impulsive purchases of dogs. With the impetus of the Puppy Mill Project, a non-profit educational campaign launched in 2009, Chicago joined Los Angeles, Phoenix and over 40 other cities March...
  • Pet rescue group offers to donate dog food to shelters in exchange for tackles of Michael Vick

     
    Pennsylvania-based Main Line Animal Rescue, known for its canny use of advertising on behalf of pets, is at it again -- and this time it's taking aim at Michael Vick. Main Line is best known for a billboard stationed along......
  • Wal-Mart taking on Whole Foods and TV

     
    Wal-Mart is in the news today: The retail giant has a program called Heritage Agriculture that's bringing local and organic produce and meat into its stores. So, the Atlantic's Corby Kummer bought a big supply of ingredients from Wal-Mart's local......
  • Moths trashing your closet? Simple tricks to end the carnage

     
    Moth infestations can be handled relatively easily. Start by dry cleaning all suspect articles of clothing, especially ones that have been stored at length. Even fabrics that moths usually ignore should be washed in 120-degree water in case they carry...
  • Animal lovers' calendar: Weekend of Feb. 27-28 and beyond

     
    The weekend ahead is chock-full of animal-centric events, whether you want to attend a beauty pageant for dogs (and who wouldn't?), listen to live music while supporting a good cause or simply eat some delicious snacks. We've got the details......
  • Ask a Vet: How can I address my senior dog's lack of appetite?

     
    Have a non-emergency question about your pet's health? Dr. Heather Oxford of L.A. veterinary hospital California Animal Rehabilitation (CARE) is here to help! In this installment of Ask a Vet, Dr. Oxford has some tips for reader Doris on helping......
  • Toyota fallout perplexes some L.A. Times readers

     
    As the fallout of Toyota's recall dominates the news, the faces of those not fortunate enough to have their vehicles repaired have come to surface.The photos are gruesome and the stories heartbreaking. Each accident is the result of sudden acceleration......