Tomorrow is Lipstick Day and M.A.C. is giving away free full tubes of the stuff to celebrate. You don’t have to buy anything, just show up at one of their U.S. stores and pick a color. I’d try to get there early though, as supplies are limited. h/t Allure.
in 1843, and Galena remains a big pottery producer today. The pieces for sale at Garth’s came from a collection out of Pennsylvania and included a Name Address City State Zip Area Code ( ) Phone Date Where did you pick up this copy of Antiques & Auction.
Sadly, the landers only lasted a few hours in Venus’ hellish landscape. Ironically, the AREE team thinks it can utilize old technology—like Morse code and mechanical computers—to create the perfect new probe for Venus. Yes, you read that right.
Klosneuviruses may fill this gap. Their genomes contain code for dozens of enzymes and other molecular machinery used in making proteins. Some of these parts have never been seen before in any virus, including Mimiviruses. “They’re kind of this missing.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- More than 60 percent of Jefferson County businesses have not provided the data needed to calculate worker refunds for Jefferson County occupational taxes in 2009, a list posted online today by a special master shows. The special.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A southern Arkansas man has been sentenced in Missouri for a $257,000 fraud scheme that involved switching bar codes on items at Wal-Mart stores and selling the merchandise on eBay. posted: 09/30/2013 4:48 p.m. Six people met Monday.
A southern Arkansas man has been sentenced in Missouri for a $257,000 fraud scheme that involved switching bar codes on items at Wal-Mart stores ... diamond at Arkansas' Crater of Diamonds State Park. posted: 09/30/2013 9:41 a.m. Authorities are.
As the U.S. Open heads into its first weekend, let’s have a moment of silence for all the top seeds gone too soon. On the women’s side: No. 2 Simona Halep lost to Maria Sharapova in the first round (not exactly inconceivable, but still an upset). No. 5.
Senate President John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, introduced a bill Wednesday that would make gun owners, sellers and manufacturers liable for damages caused by assault rifles. Senate Bill 196 would allow lawsuits to be filed against sellers, distributors.