Orders are now open for the newly updated 2023 Lincoln Corsair. The Corsair is the automaker's best-selling model -- with sales in 2022 up 21.2 percent through the end of August. 2023 Lincoln Corsair The 2023 Lincoln Corsair introduces new segment-first features including available next-gen ActiveGlide 1.2, Lincoln's hands-free driving highway driving system. Also new for 2023, a larger 13.2-inch multimedia screen, Auto Air Refresh, and exterior design tweaks along with new available colors inside and out. "Corsair is artistically crafted and expertly designed to attract younger Lincoln clients and give them the luxury experience they desire," said Michael Sprague, North America director, Lincoln. "We want the drive experience to be even more effortless and personal and the new Corsair will deliver that with advanced technology and new features." Exterior Tweaks Tweaks to the 2023 Corsair that include the new, larger grille and wing-shaped daytime running … [Read more...] about Meet The New 2023 Lincoln Corsair Luxury Compact SUV
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 9 Nobody quite knew what compelled Zachary Didier, a floppy-haired, straight-A high school student from Placer County, to buy what he thought were opioid painkillers from a dealer over Snapchat. But what was likely an impulsive decision, made during a pandemic lockdown, changed everything for the Didier family. Seventeen-year-old Zachary died two days after Christmas in 2020 from intoxication by fentanyl, the cheap and supremely powerful drug often laced into illicit pills that traffickers peddle online. The Rocklin teenager’s father found him sitting at a computer in his bedroom, one arm cradling his head while the other rested on a mouse. Friends Zachary had kept since third grade served as pallbearers at his funeral. An acceptance letter from UCLA arrived three months later. Amid the mourning, Zachary’s death became part of a critical … [Read more...] about A 17-year-old died from a fentanyl-laced pill. Was it an accident or a homicide?
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California will add wine and liquor bottles to its recycling rebate program under a law taking effect in July 2024. “California’s bottle bill recycling program has needed fixing for 40 years,” Senate President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins said Wednesday. “When you consider that California generates more than 1 billion wine and liquor bottles every year, that shows what major progress this legislation is and what an impact it will have.” California's recycling program previously included beer cans and bottles, but not wine or spirits containers. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced late Tuesday that he had signed Atkins' bill into law. Consumers in California pay a nickel each time they buy a 12-ounce (355-milliliter) bottle or can and a dime for containers over 24 ounces (709 milliliters). Aside from including bottles and cans containing wine or spirits, the new law adds a 25-cent deposit and refund for wine and distilled spirits sold in a box, bag or pouch. … [Read more...] about California to add wine, liquor bottles to recycling program
Photo-Illustration: The Strategist We’ve uncovered some truly excellent deals on some winter-friendly skin care and a basement-protecting dehumidifier — plus, a preview of Amazon’s upcoming sales event and leftovers from our impromptu dinner-party sale . Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizer Hot Air Brush - Teal $26 $60 now 56% off $26 In October, Amazon is hosting another two-day shopping event that’s exclusive to Prime members — though this one is called the “Early Access Sale,” not Prime Day. And in an even more confusing move, there’s a preview of this Early Access Sale: It includes this viral Revlon all-in-one hair-dryer brush that’s over half off. $26 at Amazon Buy Crocs Classic Realtree Clog $55 now 43% off $31 Also part of the preview are these magnificent camouflage Crocs , which are up to 43 percent off depending on the size. $31 at Amazon Buy … [Read more...] about 11 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Crocs to La Roche-Posay
Photo-Illustration: The Strategist As interior-design trends change and leases end, cube shelves endure. These flat-pack icons last forever, reliably showcasing tchotchkes or tidying them away in pull-out storage bins . While Ikea’s Kallax is perhaps the most well-known example of the genre, this Target dupe is even cheaper and just as sturdy. At 30 percent off right now, it’s $39, marked down from $55. Our deals editor Sam Daly has owned a white one of these for seven years, and it has even successfully journeyed with her across state lines. “I originally built it with my roommates in our first apartment together in 2015,” she explains. “It miraculously survived my recent move from California to Texas without a scratch — and the surface has never warped when I’ve accidentally spilled water on it.” She advises that these woven Container Store organizer baskets fit perfectly into the square cubbies. Target 4-Cube Organizer $39 $55 now 29% … [Read more...] about This Invincible Ikea Kallax Dupe Is 30 Percent Off
Photo: The Strategist For this week’s Don’t DillyDally , we’ve uncovered new launches from lots of Strategist favorites, including Pieceworks first candle, tableware from Our Place, and a collaboration from Vans and Lisa Says Gah! Pieceworks Fire For One Candle $36 $36 Cool puzzle brand Pieceworks has branched out into candles. There are three scents to choose from: Heavy Petal, which has notes of bergamot, peony, rose, musk, sandalwood, and vetiver, Dangerous Mood, a woody, green scent that has notes of geranium, tomato leaves, basil, clove, and mint, and the fall-appropriate Fire for One, which contains warm, spicy notes like cedarwood, amber, and bergamot. Each candle is made from a soy-wax blend and has a burn time of 50 to 60 hours. $36 at Piecework Puzzles Buy Black Archives Hyde Park, New York, 1942 $110 $110 Black Archives Co. is a digital archive that got its start as an Instagram … [Read more...] about 9 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Wrangler to West Elm