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And it's housed in a Main Street space that will soon become LA's first Bareburger location, so healthy eaters can keep coming back.
2014 was always going to be a tough election year. The sixth year of a presidency almost always is. Add to the usual political dynamics these factors: The economy isn't making as strong a recovery on Main Street as we'd like. That --...Show More Summary
Authored by Mark St.Cyr, Here we are going into what should be by all accounts one of the most festive times of the year. If one were to listen to most of the commentary coming from the mouths of what are proclaimed as the “smart-crowd”...Show More Summary
Yesterday the crew behind Lumina gathered 'round a Christmas tree on a crane and marked the topping out of the Main Street tower, Tower D, as the highest non-living structural element was lifted into place, 37 stories in the...
What is the Bisbee Royale? It started out in 1918 as the First Baptist Church of Bisbee, and in 2011 it was renovated into a theater with extra incentives. It is located in old/historic downtown Bisbee along Main Street. Inside the blue facade, you are treated to new, classic, documentary, and foreign films on their 18' movie screen. Show More Summary
Scutify is a combination of many things, but it's mainly a social network built around the stock market. Monitor your important stocks and their current prices, get into trading and investing and chat about them with other members of Scutify. Post qu...
When the Regent Theater reopened early last month on Main Street in the Historic Core, completely revamped and ready for business as a live music venue, it was a big deal for the area: the Regent is the last...
Agence France-Presse/Getty Images A man leaves a currency exchange point in Moscow. Trading in U.S.-listed Russian exchange-traded funds was lighting up screens across Wall Street after Moscow’s main stock benchmark tumbled to its lowest level since 2009. Barron’s Teresa Rivas notes that the ruble continues to be battered even as oil prices stabilize. Russia’s heavy [...]
A new report from the Bank for International Settlements finds that banks with trading operations are less profitable than traditional lenders.
This week I would like to post a new interview that I did with Jason Burack of Wall Street for Main Street. I have been asked many times in recent weeks for comments on what’s happening in the oil and gas markets. Here I lay things out as I see them in a wide-ranging 40-minute interview. read more
They've already been installed in an amusement park. Next up: Google's main campus. Why drive to work when you can arrive in your own pedal-powered pod car, far above traffic? That's the vision of a Canadian company called Shweeb, which hopes to soon begin installing what it calls the "most sustainable form of public transit" in cities around the world. Read Full Story
Oliver Otcasek, High-School Student Snap anything good today? I’m taking a photography class at school, and am just out documenting the streets. Music is my main interest; I play the piano, the violin, and mandolin and am hoping to compose a violin concerto over Christmas break. Creativity runs in our... More »
This circa-1900 photo shows the H. King clothing store at the corner of Market and Halsey streets in Newark. Courtesy of the New Jersey Historical Society. Sally's at 111 Main St. in Manasquan offered women the "finest designer dresses...Show More Summary
An elderly woman was hospitalized after a busted water main sent thousands of gallons of water pouring into the street in Queens.
My op-ed in the Wall Street Journal "A New Vision for Singapore," or rather what happened following its publication, is an example of what has to change in Singapore. I had first offered the piece to the main daily newspaper, the Straits Times. Show More Summary
Hong Kong police arrested pro-democracy activists and cleared most of the main protest site on Thursday, marking an end to more than two months of street demonstrations in the Chinese-controlled city, but many chanted: “We will be back”. Most activists chose to leave the Admiralty site, next to the Central business area, peacefully, despite their […]
Hong Kong police hauled away demonstrators who refused to leave the main pro-democracy protest camp today and tore down their tents in a final push to retake streets occupied by pro-democracy activists for two and a half months. The first person arrested was carried away by four officers by her...
HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong police on Thursday took away demonstrators who refused to leave the main pro-democracy protest camp and tore down their tents in a final push to retake streets occupied by activists for two and a half mont...
HONG KONG (AP) — Lines of Hong Kong police on Thursday tore down tents as they closed in on the heart of a pro-democracy protest camp spread across a busy highway as part of a final push to retake streets occupied by activists for two and a half months.