Amy Huschka Detroit Free Press Published 2:00 PM EST Feb 20, 2019 If you have a baby or are expecting one, Walmart has a sale for you. The retail giant is holding a "Baby Savings Day" on Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Walmart is billing the event as the largest in-store baby event of the year, according to multiple media outlets. Baby-related items from strollers to diaper bags to car seats and more will be discounted in participating stores and online. More on freep.com: What you can learn about design from the baby bottle Baby Gripe Water sold at Dollar General recalled Michigan stores participating in the sale: Adrian: 1601 E US Highway 223 Battle Creek: 6020 B Dr. N Bay City: 3921 Wilder Rd. Belleville: 10562 Belleville Rd. Burton: 5323 E Court St N Canton: 39500 Ford Rd. Clinton Township: 18400 Hall Rd. Clio: 11493 N Linden Rd. Comstock Park: 3999 Alpine Ave NW Dearborn: 5851 Mercury Dr. Fenton: 3700 Owen Rd. Fort Gratiot: 4845 24th Ave. … [Read more...] about Walmart hosting ‘Baby Savings Day’ touting big price cuts on Saturday
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By Mark Medina | [email protected] | Bay Area News GroupPUBLISHED: February 14, 2019 at 6:10 pm | UPDATED: February 15, 2019 at 3:09 am CHARLOTTE, N.C. – If only Stephen Curry could focus solely on beating his brother in the 3-point shooting contest, or winning the NBA All Star MVP award for the first time. Both of those challenges, even the two of them together, seem well within Curry’s reach this weekend, given the scope of his accomplishments. He’s a two-time NBA MVP he won the 3-point shooting contest in 2015. What makes this different is that this All Star weekend is being staged in Charlotte, N.C., where Curry grew up and where family, friends and a full itinerary await him. “I’ll just enjoy it,” Curry said. “I understand going in there’s a lot going on. But it’s all stuff I want to be a part of.” Curry does not want to proclaim himself the host for NBA All-Star weekend. Leave that to Michael Jordan, the … [Read more...] about NBA All-Star game: How Stephen Curry will handle being the unofficial host
courtesy of Melissa Rivers Oakland's Toi Shan Family Association performs a traditional lion dance, one of many events that will be part of Alameda's Webster Street Lunar New Year Celebration on Feb. 16 as the Island welcomes in the Year of the Pig. courtesy of Melissa Rivers A traditional Chinese women's dance troupe is one of many sights attendees might see Feb. 16 in Alameda's Webster Street Lunar New Year Celebration as the Island welcomes in the Year of the Pig. courtesy of Melissa Rivers Traditional Chinese Drummers perform during a lion dance, one of many sights attendees might see Feb. 16 in Alameda's Webster Street Lunar New Year Celebration as the Island welcomes in the Year of the Pig. Show Caption of Expand By Marta Yamamoto | Correspondent PUBLISHED: February 7, 2019 at 5:00 am | UPDATED: February 7, 2019 at 5:10 am Red lanterns and envelopes, bright yellow, green and red lion dancers, the sound of drums, symbols and gongs and more will be on hand on … [Read more...] about Alameda’s West End to host second annual Lunar New Year celebration
Jamie L. LaReau Detroit Free Press Published 9:00 AM EST Feb 5, 2019 World's fairs of yore have introduced remarkable innovations and landmarks: The Eiffel Tower in Paris in 1889, the first Ferris wheel built for Chicago's 1893 fair, Seattle's Space Needle for the 1962 expo, the X-ray machine and even Belgian waffles, to name a few. Once spectacular, enchanting events, most Americans today care little about world's fairs. The United States has hosted only 11, the last in New Orleans in 1984. “I don’t think people have any sense of the world’s fair. The response I got when I asked millennials about it was laughter,” said Jessica Caldwell, executive director of industry analysis at Edmunds. “They thought they’d see hot air balloons and light bulbs. They think it’s a notion from an older time.” That makes things tough for Frederick Bush, who is chairman … [Read more...] about World’s Fair centers on mobility, so are automakers biting?
By Greg Morago Updated 10:38 am CST, Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Chicken thighs and peppers in a lime butter sauce on a flour tortilla from the taco pop-up dinners hosted by Cesar Cano. Chicken thighs and peppers in a lime butter sauce on a flour tortilla from the taco pop-up dinners hosted by Cesar Cano. Photo: Greg Morago Photo: Greg Morago Image 1 of / 19 Caption Close Image 1 of 19 Chicken thighs and peppers in a lime butter sauce on a flour tortilla from the taco pop-up dinners hosted by Cesar Cano. Chicken thighs and peppers in a lime butter sauce on a flour tortilla from the taco pop-up dinners hosted by Cesar Cano. Photo: Greg Morago Cesar Cano hosts Taque Son pop-up dinner series 1 / 19 … [Read more...] about Cesar Cano hosts Taque Son pop-up dinner series