By Rene Wisely Free Press special writer Published 6:15 AM EST Nov 5, 2018 A hip barber shop in Hazel Park, handmade furniture in Ferndale and El Salvador flavors in Oak Park are among what’s new or coming soon to southeast Oakland County. Berkley Zalman's Treasures, has purchased and renovated the former Curves at 3895 12 Mile Road and will relocate its jewelry store from Oak Park in November, doubling the space and expanding its inventory, particularly its estate presence, said owner Brian Zifkin. The new digs mean the store will have a separate showroom for bridal, which often acts as a classroom for those wanting to learn about diamonds. Zalman’s Treasures also offers a large collection of upscale sterling silver jewelry that has the look of precious metal. Zifkin, who designs his own pieces, using his background as an engineer to create, said a jeweler will be on site to complete repairs in house, something the store … [Read more...] about New shops and restaurants coming, going in southeast Oakland Co.
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Sarah Skidmore Sell, Ap Personal Finance Writer Updated 9:01 am PDT, Friday, September 21, 2018 FILE- This June 10, 2015, file photo shows a chip credit card in Philadelphia. Consumers can now freeze their credit for free under a new federal law, which takes effect Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. A credit freeze restricts access to your credit file, essentially halting anyone from opening any new credit in your name. less FILE- This June 10, 2015, file photo shows a chip credit card in Philadelphia. Consumers can now freeze their credit for free under a new federal law, which takes effect Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. A credit freeze ... more Photo: Matt Rourke, AP Photo: Matt Rourke, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 FILE- This June 10, 2015, file photo shows a chip credit card in Philadelphia. Consumers can now … [Read more...] about Credit freeze free nationwide as of Friday
1 of 7 View 7 Items Provided by Freestyle Releasing Utah-born actor Lindsay Pulsipher portrays Amber Hill in "God Bless the Broken Road," a Christian film that will premiere on Sept. 7. Related Link Utah woman with rare syndrome is Hale Centre Theatre's most dedicated greeter SALT LAKE CITY — You may know actor Lindsay Pulsipher as Kim Rollins from “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” Cassie St. Cyr from “Justified” or Crystal Norris from “True Blood.” But before Pulsipher landed roles in big time television shows, she acted under a smaller spotlight: that of Hale Centre Theatre. Pulsipher is a native of Cottonwood Heights, where she grew up with five siblings. “My family has been there for generations, so I'm deeply tied to Utah … ,” Pulsipher said. “My immediate family still lives there … so I like to go back as often as possible and see those beautiful mountains and … [Read more...] about From Hale Center Theatre to Hollywood: Utah-grown actress stars in new Christian film
The Sears department store at Southlake Mall is being auctioned online, but that doesn't necessarily mean it will close.The struggling Hoffman Estates-based retailer, which has been closing stores across the country for years and sold off its iconic Craftsman line of tools last year, is selling 16 stores in a bid to raise capital, but is looking for lease-back deals through which it would collect a windfall from the sale and pay rent to a new owner instead of owning the building outright."We are pursuing a sale/leaseback of the Sears store," spokesman Howard Riefs said. "The store will then be leased by Sears (instead of owned) and remain open to the public."Cushman & Wakefield and RealINSIGHT Marketplace are auctioning off the 210,404-square-foot Sears, which was one of the original anchor stores when the Southlake Mall opened in 1974. It encompasses a 185,887-square-foot store and 24,517-square-foot auto center on a 17.5-acre site. The auction is slated to take … [Read more...] about Southlake Mall Sears building put up for sale
Did you know that it's the year 2018, and that 1998 was 20 years ago this year, and that 20 years is, like, two decades? Kind of makes you think, right? Anyway, there was a time, 1998, when The World-Herald, like every other paper in the country in 1998, wrote extremely 1998 headlines and 1998 stories: about Beanie Babies and Blockbuster Videos, about Furbies and the Internet, about Monica Lewinsky and Y2K. Berets were a thing, and so was Better Than Ezra.What follows are 16 extremely 1998 headlines from 1998, which was a year that was 20 years ago this year. Close 1 of 16 Fans Line Up for 'Titanic' VideoPublished Sept. 1, 1998Fans of the movie "Titanic" were standing in line at some Omaha-area video outlets by 11:30 p.m. Monday, waiting for the videotape to go on sale at 12:01 a.m. today.Twenty people waited at Hollywood Video, 633 N. 46th St., 15 minutes before the release, a manager said.Thirty people lined up outside the electronics … [Read more...] about 16 *extremely* 1998 World-Herald headlines from 1998, which was a year that was 20 years ago