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Features by Sam Harnett

At Coachella, fashion steals some of the limelight

For many festival-goers, what they wear is almost as important as what they hear.
Posted In: fashion, fashion marketing, Music, Coachella
Johnny Sestini stands next to his house, which was burned by arsons and rebuilt.

Tiny houses give homeless a foothold

Greg Kloehn builds homes out of recycled materials and gives them to the homeless.
Posted In: homelessness, poverty, recycling
Homewood Mountain Ski Resort in Tahoe has had to close twice this season because of dry, warm conditions.

Unpredictable weather is remaking the ski industry

While small ski areas struggle, larger ones are finding new ways to make a profit.
Posted In: skiing, climate change, business

Finding the natural in natural flavors

Natural flavors come from a substance found in nature, but that's just the start.
Posted In: food and drink, natural, processed foods

A food critic's power in the Internet age

One negative restaurant review in a newspaper can do more harm than you might think.
Posted In: restaurants, Food, reviews, Yelp, critics

Secure phones (and apps) hit consumer market

When it comes to mobile security, it's not just the phone that matters.
Posted In: cybersecurity, sony hacks, encryption

Airlines use illusion to make coach seem more spacious

Airlines are trying to change your perception of cramped seating in coach by creating the impression of more room with larger video screens and new headrests.
Posted In: airplane travel, Travel, airline industry, airline travel
Amazon.com packages await shipment at a mail processing annex in Indianapolis.

Super-fast delivery is the new game in town

Amazon and start-ups compete for the instantaneous delivery dollar.
Posted In: Amazon, instant delivery, online shopping, e-commerce

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