The dachshund, a 2-year-old named “RJ,” had darted out of his home as his owners opened the door. Mycah Keyona Wade snatched the dog from the street in front of the home, police said.
An Amazon delivery driver was fired and arrested after police say she stole a dachshund from in front of a Texas couple’s home and attempted to sell it online.
The suspect, 22-year-old Mycah Keyona Wade, was in a Weatherford neighborhood on July 5 making deliveries as a contract driver for Amazon when she spotted the dog, Parker County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Danie Huffman said.
SINGAPORE: People turned up in droves at Huawei stores across Singapore on Friday (Jul 26) to buy a phone at a promotional price of S$54, but left angry and frustrated when they were turned away after limited stocks ran out.
The Chinese telecommunications firm had advertised the promotion for the Huawei Y6 Pro 2019 – which normally sells for S$198 – to mark Singapore’s 54th National Day. The promotion is applicable only to Singapore citizens and permanent residents aged 50 and above as of Dec 31 this year.
MISSOURI — A mix-up at a Missouri Walmart store left a little girl with a birthday cake that read: “Happy birthday Loser.” The photo of 2-year-old Elizabeth Jones went viral. Her mom, Melin Jones, said as she was leaving the store, she realized what the cake said. She said she asked for the cake to read: “Happy birthday Lizard” — Elizabeth’s nickname.
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Amazon said it sold with more than 175 million items sold over the 48-hour Prime Day event. Last year, Amazon sold 100 million items.
Amazon on Wednesday declared Prime Day its biggest shopping event in history, with sales surpassing those of Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
Amazon said it sold with more than 175 million items sold over the 48-hour event, which started Monday. Last year, the event lasted 36 hours, during which Amazon sold about 100 million items.
Amazon said top sellers in the US included the LifeStraw Personal Water Filter, Instant Pot DUO60, and 23andMe Health and Ancestry kits. At Whole Foods, which is owned by Amazon, best-selling Prime Day deals included organic strawberries, red cherries, and blueberries.
This city may have a reputation for tacky souvenir stores, but don’t be fooled: Key West has plenty of shopping cred.
Sure, Key West has its gimmicks—Duval Street is loaded with gaudy galleries and tee-shirt shops—but look closer, down charming side streets and away from the main drag, and you’ll find plenty of gems. Update your sporty weekend look at Tucker’s Provisions before heading over to The Green Pineapple to flip through boho-chic apparel and accessories (clutching a matcha green tea latte, naturally), or seek out shops like Wanderlust KW for fashionable one-offs you won’t find anywhere else. Looking for a classic Key West souvenir that doesn’t come with a silly tagline? Find some shade—and learn the finer points of the authentic Panama hat—at La Rubia, or head to Rodriguez Cigar Factory, where learning to roll Cuban-style cigars is a local tradition. Get your wallet ready: here’s our round-up of the best places for shopping in Key West.
A rundown of the retail scene to guide you through the must-dos, from the locals’ favorite deli to discounted designer labels
Though its markets are truly something —high five to you, La Boqueria and Sant Antoni—Barcelona’s best shopping doesn’t just come from stalls. But where on earth to start? We get it. The boutiques and souvenir shops can be a lot to sift through. Fortunately, we have. Barcelona is a city that can accommodate a wide swath of shopping styles: both big spending, retail therapy types and those who looking to bring home a single piece that is, at once, unique, meaningful and cheap. This quick rundown of the retail scene will guide you through the must-dos, from the locals’ favorite deli to discounted designer labels. Continue at Source: Where to Go Shopping in Barcelona
Luxury buyers pay more for their cars because they want brand cachet, high-quality materials, power, and the latest technology. SUV buyers value utility and space. Not long ago, you couldn’t have both very easily. Now, however, the luxury market is flooded with spacious SUVs.
If you’re looking for the luxury SUVs that offer you the most overall cargo space, you’ve come to the right place. Here, we have ranked the most spacious luxury SUVs based on maximum cargo space – that is, cargo capacity with every row of seats folded down but the front.
We have also included each SUV’s price and overall score – additional metrics to help you decide which large SUV is right for you.
Keep reading to see the top 16 luxury SUVs ranked by cargo space. Continue at Source: 16 Luxury SUVs With the Most Cargo Space
The Costco food court is a fan favorite but you may not know that you can purchase these treats at some Costco locations.
The Costco food court has a few signature items — hot dog, pizza, churro, frozen yogurt, and the chicken bake come to mind. However, Costco is constantly refreshing its menu and testing new items, and there are more than a few food court items that often slip under the radar.
Here are 11 things you didn’t know you could buy at the Costco food court. Just a note that these are not available at all locations or at all times. Continue at Source: 11 things you didn’t know you could buy at the Costco food court
I ate every single item on the menu at the Costco and Ikea food courts. They offered completely different dining experiences.
Costco and Ikea are two warehouses that Americans can count on to help fill their homes and their guts without breaking the bank.
Sure, the American middle class may be in decline, but at least you can always count on a $5.99 plate of Swedish meatballs at Ikea or a $1.50 jumbo hot dog at Costco.
Ikea and Costco are yang and yin, blue and red, foreign and homegrown. So in a battle of the food courts, which will win?
Will it be Costco, the warehouse-store-next-door? Or will it be Ikea, the intriguing Scandinavian warehouse?
Let’s go on a journey through the belly of the warehouse-food-court beasts. There, the truth will become clear. Continue at Source: I ate everything at the Costco and Ikea food courts, and there’s one big reason why you should go to one over the other