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KickingTiresIf you watched Super Bowl XLVII last month ??? as more than 108 million people did ??? you likely caught Cars.com's ad in which a couple seeking a bit of drama in their car-buying experience inadvertently find themselves in possession......
Tags: Advertising, Sports, Super Bowl XLVII, Football
The Swampby Mark Silva You know you're having a bad day when Don Imus calls you a creep. Imus, the talk show host who has had his own problems, offers a fairly candid assessment of The Late Show's David Letterman in......
Back when Jamie Dimon still lived in Chicago, before he had ascended to the top of New York-based JPMorgan Chase, his Gold Coast home earned a reputation each Halloween as a must-visit destination, drawing trick-or-treaters from well beyond the...
You now can go to a Walgreens and get examined by a medical professional. Maybe your blood pressure is a little high, or you've suffered from asthma for years. Walgreens has prescription and over-the-counter medications for you. And, on your way out...
Q: Our condominium board held our annual meeting in December on one week's notice. According to the meeting minutes, there were also an insufficient number of unit owners present to constitute a quorum per our bylaws. No proxies were distributed to the...
Businesses get tons of letters, faxes and emails. Keeping up with them all can be a challenge, especially for small businesses with few on staff to ensure that bills are scrutinized before being paid. Even when you're scrambling, make sure you understand...
The greatest impact of the Washington County Historical Society in the early 1970s came from the beginning of planning for the 1976 celebration in Washington County that would span 15 major events and cover many months. Special focus ran from July to...
Tags: Fine Arts, The Herald-Mail, Libraries, Arts, Human Interest
Editor's note: This is the final column written by Chicago attorney Mark Pearlstein, who died Tuesday after a long illness. Since 1988, Mark had written a weekly column on condominium and homeowner association law for the Tribune, and we are deeply...
Imagine being assessed incorrectly by your community association. Do you have to cover unpaid dues as a result? And what happens when fewer people run than seats available for election on the board, does every candidate automatically win? These are...
TALLAHASSEE – It's time everyone meet the new Gov. Rick Scott, the softer, family-friendlier version who cares about the poor, public schools and state workers. Florida voters are going to get a lot of opportunity to be reintroduced to the...
Tags: Coconut Creek, Alex Sink, Rick Scott, Winter Park, Government
The annual meeting of the Washington County Historical Society in January 1967 featured a presentation on the Mason-Dixon Line, which described he hardships experienced by the surveyors as they passed through the mountainous portions of the terrain and...
By Linda Irvin-Craig Special to The Herald-Mail For the first 55 years of the existence of the Washington County Historical Society, the group had no home and functioned under nomadic conditions. Early meetings were held in the Washington County...
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