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VINELAND Dusharm’s Pro Foot caters to a fickle crowd young, fashion conscious consumers who like to express their individuality in their footwear.

Dusharm’s sells sports apparel and sneakers, but not just any sneakers. It specializes in hard to find releases of brands such as Nike Air Jordans that have a following among collectors and fans of the brand.

To reach these customers, this second generation Vineland business is going where its customers are on social networks such as Instagram and Twitter. The store even uses Twitter to actually sell its products and spark interest in its hard to find shoes.

“There is a whole subculture that collects these brands,” said store manager Anita Pepitone, of Vineland.

Nike distributes a limited number of its latest shoes each month, meting out a handful every few weeks to stores such as Dusharm’s. These are shoes such as the colorful Air Jordan cleats worn by Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins.

In the past, these limited releases would create long lines outside shoe stores or even occasional violence such as the fights over Air Jordans that broke out at stores across the country during Christmas 2011.

Now, when Dusharm’s gets a new batch of highly coveted shoes, it tweets its product list to customers and sells them on a first reply, first served basis.

“We don’t know what sizes or quantity we’ll get until we get them. The release date is not always a secret,” Pepitone said. that day to pick up their shoes or lose them to other buyers, she said. Some customers groused about having to sign up for Twitter. But overall, it has proven to be an effective sales model.

“They wanted to minimize the negative press and maximize their exposure,” said Sandy Becker, a marketing expert who teaches at the Rutgers Business School.

Becker said for this sales strategy to work, it must be democratic and fair to prevent resentment among customers who missed out.

“It builds interest in who they are as a brand. They offer so many varieties and so many choices. It’s almost an ongoing interest. What are they going to come out with next?” Becker said. Team manager Crystal Giannascoli, of Vineland, commissioned a World Series theme for her shoes when the Phillies won the world championship in 2008.

“It all depends on how big a sneakerhead you are,” she said.

Dusharm’s has a variety of other shoes, many with NBA tie ins to such names as LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony.

The store is owned by Kerry Dusharm, a former Vineland resident who now lives in Florida. He grew up watching his father, Butch, run the store when it sold sporting goods to local athletes.

Butch Dusharm sold the store in 1992, but its new owners faltered during the recession. Kerry Dusharm bought it and reopened it in 1995 and changed its focus from bats and gloves to sneakers, fitted hats and sweatshirts.

Dusharm’s completed a major renovation this year to update its look with bright colors, an open floor plan, back lighted shelves that highlight each shoe, a new sound system and hardwood floors.

“We rebranded Dusharm’s with a new logo. We want people to recognize us like the Nike swoosh,” Pepitone said.

The store also replaced its large blocky outdoor sign with the more sophisticated look of a boutique.

While the store focuses on urban wear, it still caters to many sports teams. The store can order athletic gear, cleats and varsity jackets for teams and leagues. Along with high end basketball shoes, the store sells orthopedic walking shoes, hiking boots and sandals called slides.
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Longtime Macomb County Clerk Carmella Sabaugh s announcement last week that she would not seek re election may have surprised many residents and observers.

But a county commissioner apparently knew Sabaugh s intent days earlier and used it as a springboard to become a candidate to replace her.

Commissioner Fred Miller, a fellow Democrat, posted a video on social media on April 15, praising Sabaugh for her 23 years as county clerk/register of deeds and announcing his intent to run for her office. That was four days before Sabaugh told The Macomb Daily that rumors she would not seek a seventh term were wishful thinking.

Less than two hours after Sabaugh s denial, Miller entered the Democratic primary election for clerk just a few minutes before the April 19 filing deadline and decided to not seek another 2 year term on the county board representing District 9 (Mount Clemens, northern Clinton Township, southern Macomb Township).

Then last Friday, April 22 with less than 15 minutes before the candidate withdrawal deadline Sabaugh, of Warren, announced she was stepping out of the race and would complete the remaining eight months of the current term.

When I filed for re election this year, I had every intention of running. While my health is good, and I still feel energetic and able to do my job, I am 77 years old. I discussed with my family how much I will enjoy spending my retirement with my children and grandchildren, she said.

The process has not been ideal, but this is Macomb County politics after all!

The combination of Miller s video on Facebook, Sabaugh s initial insistence that she indeed would seek another 4 year term, and her withdrawal three days later her immediate endorsement of Miller shows political wheeling and dealing been in the works for at least a week.

What Miller may not have expected was the entrance of another Warren Democrat, city Clerk Paul Wojno, entering the fray. Taking a wait and see approach, Wojno filed his candidacy shortly before Miller. Denise Doherty is the third Democratic candidate.

As Miller entered the clerks race, former Michigan Democratic Party chairman Mark Brewer, filed as a county board candidate hoping to take over Miller s seat.

In his 1 minute, 44 second video on Facebook, Miller said Sabaugh served with distinction and noted she and her staff have won dozens of government service awards. Many of those awards were on a national level and for technological advancements and making service to the public more efficient and convenient.

I salute Carmella for her service and wish her well in this next chapter of her life. Those are some pretty big shoes to fill but I m excited to share with you that I am candidate for Macomb County clerk and register of deeds, Miller said.

I m running for Macomb County clerk because I respect this community and the people in it, he said.

Wojno was re elected last November to a third 4 year term as Warren s chief elections official. If he loses to Miller or Doherty or in the November general election he will retain his city post.

Wojno is a former state representative (1997 2002) whose roots in government include 10 years in city the administration of the late Warren mayor, Ronald Bonkowski. His wife, Lisa Wojno, held the seat in the state House representing Center Line and southern Warren after him.

The winner of the high profile Democratic primary will face whoever emerges from the Republic runoff election for the clerk s post. The GOP field includes Sylvia Grot, wife of Shelby Township Clerk Stanley Grot, and Debera Guenther, Karen Spranger and Julie Ann Williams.
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in Porter County causing a road to be closed and diverting traffic for nearly two hours.

The crash occurred in the area of 209 W. Ind. 130, Porter County Sheriff Police Sgt. Jamie Erow said. Emergency medical helicopters also were called in, she said.

According to a news release from the Porter County Sheriff’s Department, initial investigation shows a blue Dodge Dakota driven by a 28 year old Valparaiso resident was traveling westbound on Ind. 130 when the driver lost control of the truck on the roadway, sliding sideways into the eastbound lanes of travel.

The Dodge Dakota crossed the center line, sliding into an eastbound white 2008 Chevy box truck driven by Sean Hohl, 25, of South Bend. Hohl was transported to St. Mary Medical Center in Hobart for complaints of pain. Hohl was wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash, police said.

Police said the names of the occupants from the Dodge Dakota are not being released at this time pending family notification.

The front seat passenger in the Dodge Dakota, a 28 year old Valparaiso resident, was transported to Porter Regional for serious injuries and police say that passenger is listed in critical condition.

The two rear passengers, a 23 year old of DeMotte and a 7 year old from Valparaiso, were reported stable and transported to Porter Regional Hospital with complaints of pain.

The driver of the Dodge Dakota was transported to Porter County Regional Airport by Porter EMS, and then airlifted to South Bend Memorial by Samaritan Air with internal injuries, police said. 130 from County Road 250 W. to Froberg Road were shut down for about an hour and a half while Porter County’s Accident Reconstruction team completed its investigation.

Police said it is not clear if all of the occupants in the Dakota were wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash.

The Porter County Accident Reconstruction team was called out to the scene. Others assisting with the crash were the following agencies: Valparaiso Fire and Rescue, South Haven Fire EMS, Porter EMS, Samaritan Air, Sandbergs Towing and Porter County Central Communications. Toxicology results are pending.

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LANSING A 24 year old clerk was shot in the leg Sunday night during a robbery at a Family Dollar store, police said.

The shooting may be linked to another armed robbery earlier in the night at a Munster Burger King, Lansing police said. to the Family Dollar at 17829 Burnham Ave. after three men robbed the business and shot the clerk.

Police said the suspects were described as three males wearing dark clothing. The three men entered the store about 10 minutes before closing and demanded money from the clerk. One of the men fired a gun at the clerk, and an undisclosed amount of money was taken before the three men fled through a parking lot, police said. Monday night, Lansing police said the clerk, who reportedly suffered a gunshot wound to the leg, was transported to a local hospital. Police said the clerk underwent surgery and currently is listed in stable condition.

The three suspects were described as black with dark clothing and their faces partially covered. One had a handgun, police said.

Police said the first suspect, the one with the gun, had on a black hoodie sweatshirt with white trim and black sweat pants with white stripes down the legs.

The second suspect was wearing all black and had a distinctive brown backpack with light colored trim.

Police said footprints in the snow led to a residential street where it appeared as if the men entered a vehicle.

Illinois State Police Crime Scene Investigation responded to the scene and processed the business for evidence.

The Lansing Police Department Criminal Investigations Division has an on going investigation and is requesting that anyone with information call Lansing police at 708 895 7150.

Very light snow will continue to fall until midnight Monday night, according to the National Weather Service at Romeoville Chicago.

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Lake County will see some snow but the bulk of it will be east of Lake County in Porter and LaPorte counties with a winter storm watch in effect for Porter County and eastward.
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Norman Alsup, left, walks to lunch with the Rev. Manny Edgar Beltran from One Life Celebrations on Thursday in Ventura. In recognition of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, members of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura treated homeless people to lunch. Alsup is homeless.(Photo: JUAN CARLO/THE STAR)Buy PhotoThen there are those who feel that without clean clothes, a freshly washed self and a full stomach, a person doesn’t have the wherewithal to change their situation.

On Thursday, a group that’s firmly in the latter camp acted on thosebeliefs and treated dozens of people tolunch in downtown Ventura.

This is the third year Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura’s Lift Up Your Voice program has put on “Take a Hungry Person to Lunch.” It coincides with National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, held each year in the week before Thanksgiving.

Changing a life starts with a single interaction, organizers say, and a meal offers that opportunity.

Shelah Wilgus, a member of the church, has participated since the program began. Last year, she took to lunch a couple who had family in Florida. She, along with others involved in the church’s homeless ministry, helped send the couple there.

That isn’t an isolated incident, said Lift Up Your Voice Interim Director Sue Brinkmeyer. A couple who took a former teacher to lunch last year kept in touch, and over the year they helped get into her permanent housing.

“That’s kind of what it takes adopting, in a sense, a person,” she said.

Wilgus is passionate about helping the community she feels has no reason to exist.

“There’s just something wrong with a society in which people go hungry,” she said.

Members of the church formerly prepared peanut butter and jelly sandwiches on donated Noah’s Bagels and passed them out at downtown parks until the city had them stop, Wilgus said.

Several years ago, the city implemented a “hand up” versus a “handout” approach to working with the homeless, and several social service agencies went the same direction.

Project Understanding, the Turning Point Foundation and the Salvation Army got rid of many drop in services showers, mail and laundry facilities among them unless a person agreed to participate inprograms or meet other accountability standards.

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and she isn’t alone among the diverse community that works with the population.

“They must stay here so they get peanut butter and jelly once a week,” she said sarcastically. “Come on, that just doesn’t make sense. We’ve got to have something for them.”

That something this day was lunch at Nature’s Grill. She was withvolunteers Tessa Weeks and Pam Waldron, who joined Michelle Mullin and Joseph Brown for tacos, burgers and pita sandwiches.

Mullin has been homeless for three months, this time around. She receives Social Security and disability payments, which together total less than $1,000. She recently went to look for a place, having last rented an apartment three years ago.

“Rents have skyrocketed,” she said.

Rent for a one bedroom apartment in the city averages $1,400 a month, and even single occupancy rooms, many with a shared bathroom, can cost upwards of $800.

To Mullin, her best bets are that a spot opens up at the relatively cheaper Ventura Inn or that she can get into River Haven, a transitional living facility made up of domes off Harbor Boulevard.

Brown is lucky. After about a year and a half on the streets, he moved into a room in The Mission Hotel, where he lives now.

At least three of the downtown hotels that provide hundreds of very affordable units have swapped hands in recent years: The Leewood, The Mission Hotel and The Hamilton. That concerns those who work with the community, who mostly agree permanent housing is the best wayto enda life of homelessness.

There’s nervousness over what the relatively new owner plans to do with The Mission Hotel, Brown said, but so far, it’s been “wonderful.”

Those involved know a single meal won’t change a life at least, maybe the not the lives of the homeless.

“It’s a humbling experience. It’s an opportunity to meet a friend,” said Waldron, who is in her third year volunteering. “I always walk away feeling like I get a hell of a lot more out of this than they did.”
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A decade ago, Ellie Mueller, then 14, began shopping at Oona the much loved vintage and costume shop near Harvard Square. She remembers admiring the jewelry, pawing through the coats, and, like many Oona devotees, often emerging with something unexpected. Eventually, Mueller got her younger sister shopping there, too.

felt like you were in the know to go there, the Cambridge native recalled recently. was stuff that was way older and funkier than you be able to find at a church thrift store. She remembers one of her early purchases: a hand stitched Art Deco kimono that she hung in her closet as a prized possession.

On Aug. 1, Oona (which closed temporarily in June when longtime owner Kathleen White got out of the business) reopened, with Mueller, now 24, at the helm. A Vassar College grad with a degree in film, Mueller had worked part time at the store since last September, though buying it wasn something she would have imagined then. Yet, in a few short months, she has given the space a whole new look. It now has a sparer, more curated feel, the selection retooled to focus more on stylish, sexy vintage pieces that can be readily worn today. But don worry, you can still find your Halloween costume there.

Gone are the overflowing racks and cubbies that clued you in that perseverant rummaging was an integral part of the shopping experience. Near the entrance, you now find a boudoir ish space containing a vanity adorned with old perfume bottles and an armoire that holds some of the store more delicate pieces, like a Schiaparelli negligee and a 1960s wedding dress. Lush red wall fabric serves as a backdrop to a growing jewelry collection.

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located at 1210 Massachusetts Ave. To welcome students, Oona will host a $2 yard sale of clothing, shoes, bags, and jewelry tomorrow through Sunday.

Taking over a business, particularly one with a following that includes both debate team members shopping for pins and scarves and punk cabaret musician Amanda Palmer, would seem a tall order for anyone, never mind someone barely out of college. Mueller handled the challenge with lots of preparation. She observed customers, talked with White, and visited other vintage stores, methodically tackling challenges one at a time.

When White began talking about selling the business, Mueller was at a turning point. After working on a few small, indie films, she begun to question whether the movie business was a good fit. She toyed with going back to school for environmental studies. But given her love of vintage clothing, she decided to give running Oona a shot.

She bought the store and some of the initial inventory with her savings and rebalanced the store selection cutting back on leather jackets, adding men polo shirts, lowering the price of some Ts from $8 to $5. She keeps a healthy supply of sought after costumes, like flapper dresses, and stocks staples like Western and Hawaiian shirts.

She took out a loan to renovate the space, imagining each room as a sort of movie set. The men room was inspired in part by the mansion in the film Kane where Charles Foster Kane and his wife, Susan, lived.

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A Ventura police officer’s recent purchase of a pair ofshoes for a homeless man caught the attention of onlookers who took photos.

For officer Chris McEnulty, it was just a small act.

“I don’t know that a $9 pair of shoes is gonna change the world,” said McEnulty, adding that maybe the gesture will help the homeless man take a pause in his life and give him some hope and motivation to make things better for himself. Sept. 19, McEnulty received a report of a person sleeping in front of City Hall, said his partner, officer Matt Thompson.

While searching through the19 year old man’s belongings, the officer found methamphetamine residue and a pair of shoes with a security tag attached, McEnulty said. He suspected they were stolen.

The officers discovered the man had fallen on some toughtimes. He was on probation and got out of jail a few days beforehand, McEnulty said.

McEnulty tracked downto the shoes to the Coalition Thrift Store on Main Street in downtown Ventura an area he usually patrols.

“The amount of effort he put into the call was pretty awesome,” Thompson said, adding that the officers were not dispatched to investigate a theft.

McEnulty confirmed with the store that a theft hadbeen reported, and when he confronted the 19 year old,the man said he had taken the shoes.

“He said he got out of jail and didn’t have anything,” McEnulty said.

The man went to the thrift store and used what money he had to buy a shirt and jeans but didn’t have enough left over to buy the shoes, which were about $8 or $9, McEnulty said.

The store management did not want the man arrested, and since the officers did not witness the misdemeanor crime, they could not arrest him without the store’s cooperation for prosecution.

When McEnulty went back in to return the property, he bought the shoes for the man.

“The kid had no shoes,” McEnulty said. “It was $9.”

McEnulty saidmany crimes in Ventura are committed by the homeless population, and officers don’t have a lot of recourse to help.

“He took some sort of stern, fatherly tone and implored upon this guy maybe it’s time to switch your life around,” Thompson said. “Maybe this is your luck turning into this different direction.”

The transient was not cited for the original call regarding him sleeping in front of City Hall. CityCommunity Services Manager Peter Brown helped the transient by setting him up with some help from the Salvation Army, Thompson said.
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