Not everything disappears so quickly or completely, but new tech and
consumer choices will spell the end for other items as well.
The largest transfer of wealth in history is underway as those
in the baby boomer generation transfer their wealth to their grown-up children.
Quilting, lace, fur, leather. Designers are feeling texture for next fall.
From the time Esperanza Spalding appeared on the scene in 2005, she was heralded as
jazz's next big thing.
General Motors Co. is still testing the OnStar Facebook system, and it may never become a standard feature.
The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, equipped with a supercharged V-8 engine, was unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show.
United and Continental airlines are raising fares on some U.S. business travelers by $20 to $60 for a round-trip ticket.
From Feb.17-20, Baldwin scholars will assemble under the rubric of “James Baldwin’s Global Imagination.”
In a grand gesture of giving, music icon Prince awarded large donations to Harlem Children's Zone, American Ballet Theater and Uptown Dance Academy.
An AP source says Usher and Slash are heading to the Super Bowl.
Hip-hop artist and activist Common will serve as
the host for the 2011 AT&T 28 Days speaker
The Marvelettes may not have been Motown's top group,
but they none the less commanded wide respect.