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Death of bin Laden quickly spawns memorabilia business

The killing of Osama bin Laden quickly spawned a mini-industry of memorabilia, with street vendors and online stores busily peddling trinkets to celebrate and commemorate the moment. Full story

Iconix buys worldwide rights to Ed Hardy brand

Iconix Brand Group Inc. is paying $55 million for the worldwide rights of the Ed Hardy brand, known for its flashy T-shirts emblazoned with tattoo-style artwork. Full story

Dallas-area sights await Super Bowl fans

Super Bowl travelers are packing everything from T-shirts to wool overcoats for Dallas-Forth Worth's fickle winter weather, and they'll have plenty of indoor/outdoor options for their itineraries. Full story

Shirts found with MLK parade bomb are local

The two T-shirts that were found with a bomb placed along a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade route in Spokane, Wash., apparently came from nearby. Full story

Bird deaths mean no night football on Kauai

It is a frequent sight during autumn evenings on the island of Kauai: Young seabirds mistake football stadium lights for the moon and stars during their migration to the ocean, causing them to become disoriented, fall from the sky and die. Full story

Vets stand guard over Christian flag

The Christian flag is everywhere in the small city of King: flying in front of barbecue joints and hair salons, stuck to the bumpers of trucks, hanging in windows and emblazoned on T-shirts. Full story

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Thanks to a liquid mixture made of cotton fibres we could soon be spraying ourselves into everything from T-shirts, dresses, trousers to swim-wear and hats. Fabrican - literally fabric in an aerosol can - is the brainchild of Spanish designer Dr Manel Torres who has spent ten years working on his in

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James Wilson sells T-shirts to those arriving in Grand Isle, La., for Island Aid 2010
James Wilson sells T-shirts to those arriving in Grand Isle, La., for Island Aid 2010

James Wilson sells T-shirts to those arriving in Grand Isle, La., for Island Aid 2010 on Saturday, July 24, 2010. The music festival is being held on the beach since the island canceled their tarpon fishing tournament. Officials held the music festival despite the approach of Tropical Depression Bon