The month-long wardrobe swap is in honour of Caitlin Lyle – a teen diagnosed with leukemia weeks before going to college.
The retailer was selling a girls shirt, sizes 7-16, that declared,” I’m too pretty to do my homework so by brother has to do it for me.”
Police on Monday sought two suspects involved in a Westside crime spree that has targeted at least three stores in five days.
The 14-year-old behind the lawsuit alleges her teacher told her that “because of people like you, I pay high taxes, and because of people like you, my insurance is sky high”.
An unemployed construction worker who purchased a shirt once worn by Frank Sinatra for $5 at a yard sale sold it Saturday to an auctioneer for $1,200.