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To the people who pitched tents earlier this week on sidewalks in front of Best Buy stores everywhere: You represent what's wrong with America. Thanksgiving was once the perfect holiday. Delectable food. No gift-giving or receiving. Football and old...
Wal-Mart wants you to forget Black Friday this year. Instead, the store is kicking off some of its hottest "Black Friday" deals on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, beginning at 8 p.m. The retailer says its best deals will be on electronics, tablets, TVs,...
Tags: Groceries, Holidays, Electronics, Toy Industry, Walmart
The video game is 40. Its exact birthday is arguable. Cultural historians likely would date its origins further back, roughly a decade or two; prototypes of arcade games flourished in university computer labs in the 1950s. But “Pong,” the...
The two men accused of killing a Cumberland 7-year-old girl and her 21-year-old uncle appeared in court for an initial hearing Thursday morning. Michael Bell, 22, and Jeremy Priel, 25, were formally charged Wednesday in connection with the murders of...
The Hartford CourantThey showed up Tuesday at the Eastern Connecticut Sports Center. There were a hundred of them, students and student-athletes, and they wanted to help one of their own. Then there were 200 of them, faculty, staff and administrators, too, and they stood...
Haunting images of silent playgrounds in a new public service ad drive home the point of a disturbing study backed by sports giant NIKE and sports medicine groups. Their research shows because of inactivity, for the first time in history, this generation...
Writer-director David Ayer has described his new film "End of Watch" as akin to "watching YouTube — where something in your mind tells you this is real. This film is like YouTube meets 'Training Day' in a lot of ways." (Ayer wrote "Training Day,"...
American VoicesBy now, it should be pretty clear to anyone with even the faintest pulse that regardless of who ends up winning any future elections, they aren't going to change your personal economic reality quickly enough to suit your liking. And that's only if they...
Some dads want nothing more onFather's Daythan to be left alone. I'd rather be left alone with my 7-year-old son, fishing on a pier in picturesque South Florida. The only problem? I've never picked up a fishing pole, unless you count the flimsy sticks at...
Tags: Everglades, Dania Beach, Lifestyle and Leisure, Walmart, Fishing
As a general rule, helicopter parents do more harm than good to their children. They hover over every test score, every project, every honors club application. Kids need to struggle from time to time. They need to experience failure so they can figure...
Downtown Allentown's retail world has seen some major changes in recent months, with merchants being uprooted to pave the way for the much-ballyhooed minor league hockey arena. City blocks once home to barbershops, boutiques and a pizzeria have been...
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