Marketplace for Friday, July 27, 2012
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The London Olympics are here -- and the brand police are out in full force. Ford may be looking to aluminum for its new pickup trucks. A New York grocery store has created a "man aisle" stocked with all the goods a dude could want. The drought isn't keeping one Denver development from charging a $200 ticket, despite restrictions on watering. Hollywood studios looking to raise a little extra money are selling off iconic props and costumes through major auction houses. And host Tess Vigeland takes us for a walk around the newest edition to Downtown L.A.'s cityscape -- Grand Park.
Posted In: los angeles, urban parks, downtowns
The Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles offers much needed -- and some say, long overdue -- green space in the neighborhood.
Posted In: homeownership, colorado, lawns
A homeowners association in Denver has issued hundred of tickets to residents this year for failing to keep up their lawns in the drought.
Posted In: London Olympics, Olympics 2012, Olympics
'Brand police' on the look out for ads near Olympic Park that aren't official sponsors.
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