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Summer brought to you by: Song of the summer

by Marielle Segarra Jul 19, 2018
What is really means to be the song of the summer.
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It's not the holidays without 40 college football bowl games

by Andy Uhler Dec 29, 2017
Right?
Wide receiver Darreus Rogers of the USC Trojans celebrates after defeating the Penn State Nittany Lions 52-49 to win the 2017 Rose Bowl on Jan. 2 in Pasadena, California.
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These days, the holiday magic happens in warehouses

by Reema Khrais Dec 14, 2017
With online shopping now a $400 billion industry, fulfillment centers and warehouses are central to the season.
During the holiday season, orders to consumers nearly double at AMS Fulfillment Services, a company located outside of Los Angeles.
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Christmas has always been about consumption

by Hayley Hershman Dec 8, 2017
And if you feel like the holiday used to be better, you're not alone.
Flanders says it's what we consume around Christmas that's changed over the years.
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"A Christmas Carol" was supposed to be Dickens' moneymaker

by Hayley Hershman Dec 1, 2017
Too bad it didn't make him any.
Circa 1954, English novelist and magazine columnist Monica Dickens reads to her children from "A Christmas Carol" by her grandfather Charles Dickens.  
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He built the beach cruiser and sold a lifestyle

by Andy Uhler Jul 28, 2017
Larry McNeely designed the sturdy upright bike for jaunts at Southern California beaches. Can you feel the wind in your hair?
Beach cruisers are ubiquitous in Venice Beach with dozens of rental shops along the boardwalk.
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How did summer get to be such a make-or-break season for Hollywood?

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jul 21, 2017
Duuun dun ... duuun dun ... dun dun dun dun dun ...
A poster advertising the anniversary collector's edition of the movie "Jaws" is posted on a lifeguard tower on Zuma Beach in Malibu, California, in 2000. 
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The internship, brought to you by summer

by Mitchell Hartman Jul 12, 2017
Today's summer internships — 42 percent of which are unpaid — have their roots in apprenticeships from an earlier era.
Interns run with a court decision to reporters stationed outside of the U.S. Supreme Court June 29, 2015 in Washington, DC.
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Summer camp has grown into a very big business

by Ryan Kailath Jul 7, 2017
Millions of kids attend camps, which increasingly have to offer more than just color wars and swimming lessons to win customers
At the Admiral Farragut Academy summer camp a senior cadet instructs a younger camper on how to use a bow, circa 1950.
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The "Coppertone Girl" is all grown up

by Maria Hollenhorst Jul 4, 2017
As a toddler, Cheri Irwin modeled for her mother. It made her rear-end famous.
The Coppertone logo on a building in Miami. 
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