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After more than 100 years, toy train store closing, going exclusively online
It's tough for businesses to survive in an on-line retail world, especially local mom and pop shops. But when you've been around for more than 100 years, you've survived some ups and downs.
Why You Should Refrigerate Tomatoes and Ignore Anyone Who Says Otherwise
People, even experts, swear that you should never put a tomato in the fridge. They are wrong. Here's the follow-up to our tomato-storage tests from earlier in the summer, with some basic tips for how you really should store your tomatoes.
10 Hairstyles That Make You Look Older
Ten examples on celebrity hairstyles that add years to your look--and how to find a style that flatters you.
The GQ Guide to Men's Shoes
“Take the right steps with our essential guide: how to pick the pairs you need, and keep them looking shiny and new.”
How to Responsibly Get Rid of Old Clothes
I love a good closet purge. Now that I shop responsibly (and way less frequently), I don't have to clean out my closet very often. However, there inevitably comes a time when something is too worn or doesn't fit me anymore. While getting rid of unwanted clothing is personally helpful
Cryptoqueen: How this woman scammed the world, then ran
How did Ruja Ignatova make $4bn selling her fake cryptocurrency to the world - and where did she go?
Azle woman scammed out of almost $10,000
Parker County authorities warned residents Wednesday about two con artists in the area after an 89-year-old Azle woman was scammed out of almost $10,000 late last week.
How One Woman Scammed Her Way Into Big MAGA Bucks
ELLE.com talked to the mysterious student who says her GoFundMe reached $150,000.
Fox Cities police blotter: Stolen puppies, woman scammed, social media sleuths solve crime
A sampling of offbeat items from police departments in the Fox Cities.
Woman scammed out of her savings: ‘I just don’t want anybody to go through what I went through’
HALES CORNERS -- A Hales Corners woman lost her entire life savings. It all began with a phone call. The woman, who asked to only be identified as Kris, frantically purchased 29 gift cards worth $6,500. "Apparently, they were used within a half hour," she said. "They were scaring me." The woman said two men claiming to be agents for the Social Security Administration told her she needed to purchase the cards.
Top Gun Canvas Messenger Bag
The Top Gun Canvas Messenger Bag is perfect for school, work, home, or travel.
Thousands of organs are lost before they can be donated. Here’s how to save them.
Organ donation after death is still the exception, not the rule.
Yoga Poses to Prevent the Top Sports Injuries
From back pain to wrist problems, as an athlete you are faced with possible injuries. Learn how you can prevent injuries with these yoga poses.
WeWork's New Co-CEOs Plan to Remove 20 of Adam Neumann's Friends and Family Members and Cut...
Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham took over from Neumann earlier this week in the wake of WeWork's failed initial public offering.
How to Save Thousands of Dollars in Interest on Your Mortgage
One of the most common loans you can get to buy a home is a 30-year fixed rate mortgage. If the thought of paying for your home over the course of 30-years seems daunting, here are some easy ways to shorten that term which will actually end up saving you money over the life of …
Woman's story shows just how easy it is to get scammed out of thousands
Each year, more than 15 million Americans are hit by fraud and identity theft.Here's one example of how easily crooks can creep into our lives.
Top 5 Messenger Bot Characteristics Every Chatbot Should Have
MobileMonkey is an amazing chatbot platform that helps businesses boost their marketing potential. These are the exciting feature
Fit in my 40s: how can I do Insta-friendly yoga poses?
My practice is stuck - can an expert help?• Fitness tips: three beginner’s Feldenkrais moves
4 challenges AI poses to the future of cybersecurity
AI is transforming the future of cybercrime. It is enabling criminals to become more sophisticated and opening up new fronts through which they can attack. Now a new group of cybersecurity experts is meeting to discuss these changes - and to figure out how best to respond