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  • It's a good idea to keep those felt bags you get when you buy a new pair of shoes — they will keep your out-of-season shoes from getting dusty and scratched.

    Lifestyle Boost: Closet Case

  • In a national survey, 24 percent of non-Hispanic white teenagers, age 13 to 19 have used a tanning facility at least once, according to the AAP.The end of winter marks that time of year when kids may hit the tanning salon for a little out-of-season bronze as prep for spring break, prom or the like.

    Banning teens from tanning beds

  • That, plus the fear of the local foodie police catching me buying out-of-season produce, effectively banished tootim from our table.

    Rabbi Jill Jacobs: Rotten Tomatoes: Trader Joe's And The Jewish Ethic For Farmworker Justice

  • The GOP candidate, Bob Turner , was declared the winner Tuesday night over Democrat David Weprin in an out-of-season contest to succeed Rep. Anthony Weiner , who resigned following a scandal over sexually charged messages he sent to women he met online.

    GOP Wins in Race to Replace Weiner

  • Fifteen years of wandering around sea-smashed, out-of-season beach resorts with a Dictaphone have taught me the banal but instructive lesson that generally in this country you gets what you pays for.

    Britain isn't called great for nothing | Bella Bathurst

  • Do people really think they bring in 7 types of fresh fish, 1 different types of meat, and import tons of out-of-season vegetables every day just so the patrons of their 40 table restaurant can have a wider choice?

    Matthew Yglesias » In Praise of Short Menus

  • Factor in the primary and seemingly ubiquitous out-of-season plot — what seems to be the inevitable arrival of Brett Favre — the ensuing quarterback battle that will occur if Favre remains retired, and the addition of No. 1 draft pick and game-altering weapon Percy Harvin, and things are all but quiet on the Midwestern front.

    Vikings' plans stuck in mud until Brett Favre makes up mind

  • Boosting out-of-season trade is one of the bi-products of "social tourism", an area in which the French and the Spanish are said to be way ahead of us.

    Charity holidays widen children's horizons

  • Florist Shane Connolly has pointed an environmentally friendly way forward here in resisting "green bling" with expensive out-of-season lilies and roses.

    Kate Middleton's homegrown bouquet of lily of the valley follows royal code

  • I store my out-of-season clothing with Garderobe, my closet fairy godmothers who that expertly store all my treasures as well as cataloguing them for my online viewing pleasure and giving them all the TLC that they need.

    Annabel Tollman: The Million Dollar Purchase


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