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KickingTiresFrom washing and waxing to detailing the interior, people baby their cars in all sorts of ways. But it's equally important to take care of your car before you put it into storage. Here are a few tips to make......
KickingTiresThe rodents return: Kia will launch another iteration of its well-received hamster ads, which have appeared in everything from urban centers to robot wars, to shill the popular Soul hatchback. Automotive News cited Korean executives last week saying the...
KickingTiresIt???s easy to forget that Think is the biggest maker of electric vehicles in the world, especially with all of the media hype surrounding GM, Tesla and Nissan. Yesterday, the automaker announced it has assembled its 2,500th Think City, which......
Roch Around the ClockThe Orioles don’t expect shortstop Alex Cintron to come off the disabled list until after the break, and following an injury rehab assignment in the minors. Reliever Jamie Walker wanted to return before the break, but he’s more likely to......
WatchdogMy latest newspaper column concerns Tuesday's online sale of single-game Yankees tickets, and how the best seats are quite a bit more obtainable than the worst. As of Tuesday night, you still could purchase two seats to Opening Day, for......
The Swampby Tracy Wilkinson MEXICO CITY -- The book that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gave his U.S. counterpart, Barack Obama, has long been regarded as a bible for the Latin American left, found on the bookshelves and university reading lists......
The Swampby Mark Silva Our observant friends at the wire desk tell us that those catchy "Barack-in-the-box" toys that showed up with the inauguration of a popular new president aren't selling so welll lately. Heather Courtney and David Marzo apparently plowed........
Chicago entrepreneur Joshua Hernandez's newest startup is testing a service that allows people to snap a photo of a clothing item they covet and, via their mobile phone, request a version of it from area boutiques. Walk.by uses the photo to query its...
Scott MaxwellI love bookstores. It's not unusual to find the whole Maxwell clan holed up in the Winter Park Borders, sipping coffee or hot chocolate while leafing through magazines and picking out books for the kids. You know who else loves bookstores? The people...
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Amazon, the behemoth online retailer and knower of all habits and tastes, has released a list of America's 20 most romantic cities. It's high time. Gandhi might have said the best measure of a society is how it treats...
In Christmases past, if you were hot for the hottest holiday gifts, you had to plow your way through store doors in the morning blackness of Black Friday. Then came Cyber Monday, when you could land an even better deal shopping online while casually...
Spoiler alert: If you order holiday gifts online, they may come in packages with pictures of the items inside. Meaning, your child or spouse will get an unexpected peek at what will be wrapped later. Shopping online is one way to beat the South...
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