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HealthWhen running becomes a persistent pain in the butt (literally) and all the usual strategies (stretching, physical therapy, massage) fail to ease the pain, it’s time for a gal to contemplate drastic measures. That’s right, it’s time to...
Staff WriterAre you looking for some sort of Jedi mind trick to get your guy to dress more stylishly? The way to a man's sartorial heart is through his ego. "I wasn't really sure if I had a good answer for you, so I went and asked some of my girlfriends,"...
email@example.comAs an artisan, Judy Williamson needs only to look outside her window for inspiration. From her house sitting majestically atop a hill, she has a direct view of South Mountain and the Washington Monument and is surrounded by a rural canvas painted this...
The Hartford CourantAfter Clint Eastwood's back and forth with an empty chair at the Republican National Convention, I was thinking about doing a Q & A about Paul Ryan with my sofa. But then I thought, talking to furniture is probably something best left to the...
South Florida Sun-SentinelKids eat free at IKEA through Wednesday, July 4th. In the restaurant, kids under 12 can pick a combo meal valued at $2.49. No purchase necessary, except you know you can't resist those Swedish Meatballs! Also, before 11 a.m. on Mondays get a free...
A local furniture manufacturer is cutting back some of its workforce. Rowe Furniture announced Wednesday that it is laying off some of its workforce. A news release did not indicate how many people actually were laid off. Rowe Furniture cited a "...
When Kevin Luskin decided to fill a vast, long-vacant spot in a shopping center he owns in Towson, he envisioned a "category killer" store that would specialize in sofas and other seating — a store that would defy customers to leave without...
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Name: Propet Packable Washable Travel Shoes What it is: Lightweight (7 ounces) walking shoes that can be folded for packing. Unlike many athletic shoes, these can be washed. The nylon-mesh uppers allow air to circulate, keeping your feet cooler, and they...
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When Ross Kennard gets ready to go for a run in his hilly Ellicott City neighborhood, he slips on special shoes that resemble mesh gloves. Each toe has its own slot with a thin rubber underside, and the shoe's overall design offers no arch support and...
Pigtown resident Daryl Landy believes he's one of a growing number of Americans striving for better, not bigger, living quarters, and last week he launched a new online magazine devoted to living, working and playing in small spaces. Rohous Magazine went...
Things have always been a bit uncertain for Second Chance, a salvage depot and nonprofit organization that has built a loyal following among homeowners, interior designers, commercial builders and art students seeking one-of-a-kind home items —...
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