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Here are some innovative products that will make it safer, easier and more fun to get in shape. Mio Heart Pro watch You might have seen this nifty watch on TV or in your favorite magazine. That's because Mio watches offer something new: a heart rate...
If you live in Los Angeles or other fashion-forward places where people are eager to try new things, you have seen them: people running around in shoes that look like gorilla feet, modern ninja footwear or high-tech surf booties. They are the newest...
Brand XFASHION ISSUE: The other day, I opened my closet, turned to my girlfriend and said, "I think I have more shoes than you." I didn't (we counted), but I'm just two pairs short. Sartorially evolved, Put This On-reading me is surprisingly proud of this:...
Whether it's a desire to stay close to family and friends - or factoring in the added stressors of a challenging economy - staying close to home for a private college education makes sense to students on many levels. Recognizing these factors, area...
Bucktown / Wicker ParkWith a specially curated collection of vintage boots and clothing, US #1 is a stark contrast from the other thrift stores on Milwaukee Avenue. Plus, there's a cute dog involved....
All The RageAs I get ready to head off to the men's fall and winter 2011-2012 European runway shows, I've been on the lookout for versatile pieces that maximize suitcase space and style. And, on a recent trip through the new retail......
The 33 NewsNaya is a shoe company with a conscience. The company uses natural, vegetable dyes and rubber soles, yet still maintains a fashion and style element. We had Jessica Nunzes into the studio to talk about Naya and why buying natural products are a better...
The 33 NewsWith just a few hours before the artic blast arrives in north Texas kids are stilly playing in tee shirts and skirts. Tomorrow, that may be dangerous. Baylor- Carrollton pediatrician Farah Naz says that kids, because of their size, are at greater risk...
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Tribune reporterThe $5,000 chinchilla cowboy hats and $1,500 baby-alligator boots, now gathering dust, tell a story of good times gone bad. In the best days, many Mexicans from small towns grabbed their slice of the American dream in Chicago not with sports cars but...
Associated PressWASHINGTON -- Children's toys carrying the Barbie and Disney logos have turned up with high levels of lead in them, according to a California-based advocacy group -- a finding that may give consumers pause as they shop for the holiday season. The...
Associated PressNEW YORK -- After shoppers gave retailers a somewhat encouraging start to the holiday shopping season, stores now turn their attention to the online promotions known as Cyber Monday and bringing back customers the rest of the season. The good news is...
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