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How to Make it Through Quarantine

How to Make it Through Quarantine

Amanda M. Castro, Staff Writer

April 16, 2020

While the global COVID-19 pandemic continues, public health authorities are crediting social distancing and self-quarantining with keeping infection rates lower than predicted. Most non-essential public places are closed, including schools, universities, and movie theaters. Staying home can be...

Simply Sam’s Style

Samantha Salvio

March 25, 2015

Wrentham Premium Outlets review While it’s natural to want to escape from the cold and still snowy weather of the New England area for a sunny paradise during Spring Break, I however, opted to head for Wrentham, Mass. I happened across this location from a family friend who had said these outle...

The Ultimate Dilemma for the Ultimate Shopper (Part 2)

Liana Teixeira

November 28, 2012

CYBER MONDAY v. BLACK FRIDAY I give credit to those who get up at 4 a.m. after Thanksgiving. It’s not an easy thing to do, especially with all that delicious food still making us sleepy from the feast before. Only the outrageous sales on Black Friday could motivate Americans enough to wake up befor...

The Ultimate Dilemma for the Ultimate Shopper (Part 1)

Elizabeth Field

November 28, 2012

CYBER MONDAY v. BLACK FRIDAY It’s Monday! I’ve never been so excited for this universally-dreaded day of the week. It’s difficult for me to formulate this argument, let alone type it out because I am so distracted by all of the awesome shopping I’m doing in the other computer window! I’l...

Holiday Sales Encouraging, But Are Shoppers Done?

The Associated Press

December 1, 2010

NEW YORK – Holiday shoppers gave retailers a happy Thanksgiving weekend, crowding stores and malls more than last year. Add strong spending earlier this month and robust sales online, and retailers head into "Cyber Monday" encouraged. Particularly because many shoppers were buying for themselves,...

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