Mazda Plans To Raise Prices In North America By As Much As $350 As Profits Sink

A confluence of factors including parts shortages and inflation are driving prices up across the automotive market. Now, after a very rough first quarter for Mazda in terms of operating profits, the Japanese brand is recognizing the opportunity to raise prices as demand for its products swells. Led by the all-new CX-50 here in America and the new CX-60 overseas, Mazda believes volume will increase for the full fiscal year.
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Rep. Miller views progress on West Virginia military hero’s bridge

ROANE COUNTY, WV – (WOWK) — An important West Virginia bridge project got a high-level progress report today.  Congresswoman Carol Miller, (R) West Virginia and State Transportation Secretary Jimmy Wriston, visited the Colonel Ruby Bradley Memorial Bridge that is under construction in Roane county. The bridge is named after Spencer native Ruby Bradley, who was […]
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Ben Stiller talks about Emmy-nominated ‘Severance,’ wanting to direct since age 10

Working a scene Tubsful of Hollywood actors turn into directors. Now Ben Stiller’s Apple TV+ thing is “Severance” with Patricia Arquette and Christopher Walken. It’s memories divided into work and home. Ben produces and directs. Ben: “The show jumped off the page and reminded me of great office-based comedies but in a surreal world. They’ve become a genre in American comedy over the last 20 years. “I’ve wanted to be a director since age 10. It’s what I love doing. It’s not having the pressure to be on camera. I’ve always loved Japanese food and the ‘Severance’ sushi connection is just there naturally. Maybe in Season 2...

A big omakase night out at Umami

Remember when a $20 hamburger or $100-a-person fine-dining experience seemed absurd? While it’s still worthy of an eyebrow raise, it’s not far-fetched or too exceptional. How about if I told you a $158 meal-for-one was a bargain? An omakase seating at Umami in North Cambridge is around that much during the week and slightly more on weekends; that may make your eyes bug out some, but compare it with a similar experience at renowned upscale sushi bar O Ya in Boston’s Leather District and you’ll see what I was coming to. For your hard-earned, special-evening-out dollars (and for me and an omakase-minded friend that I go with, that’s like once a year, or every other) you get an 18-course meal in which every dish is prepared before your eyes with an explanation of each course and where it came from, sea to seat. It’s a unique, personalized experience at an L-shaped bar with chefs toiling in plain sight while engaging with the audience – not quite the interaction of a Bisuteki, but let that give you a sense.

Shay Mitchell’s Favorite Things, From Summer Skincare Staples to Chic Baby Gear

Shay Mitchell is making the most of her summer. Weeks after giving birth to her second child, Shay Mitchell celebrated the arrival of her first pop-up shop for Béis — the chic travel accessories brand she launched four years ago — in June at buzzy Los Angeles shopping center The Grove. The Cleaning Lady executive producer recently sat down with The Hollywood Reporter to share her go-to products, including her latest fashion finds and the items she makes it a point to restock at her travel destination if they got left out during packing.More from The Hollywood ReporterThe Best Smart...

The Asahi Shimbun Newspaper Signs With Storied Media Group With Goal To Mine IP for Film & TV

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Leading Japanese newspaper The Asahi Shimbun has signed with Storied Media Group for film and television representation. SMG will package and sell the newspaper’s content for feature films and television both domestically and internationally. “We are thrilled to be working with The Asahi Shimbun to bring its exceptional journalism to the TV and film market,” said SMG Founder and CEO Todd Hoffman. “The company has such a proven track record of delivering compelling and important stories for Japan, Asia and the global audience. Streamers increasingly clamor for compelling, global stories, so we look...

Dollar drops on cooler-than-expected U.S. inflation data

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The dollar fell broadly on Wednesday following a cooler-than-expected U.S. inflation report for July that raised expectations of a less aggressive interest rate hike cycle than previously anticipated from the Federal Reserve. U.S. consumer prices were unchanged on a monthly basis in July as the...

Take the Night Off With These Cheap Food and Drink Deals

We're all for saving dollars where we can - every little helps after all! With this in mind, we've hunted high and low to bring you some of the best activities in and near your area with deals of up to 45% off.Looking for the top Louisville,Kentucky deals that Food & Drink has to offer? Here's a rundown of some of the best deals in the city.

Dota: Dragon's Blood Book 3 Review: Despite Shortcomings, This Video Game Adaptation Is Full Of Existential Tension

"Dota: Dragon's Blood" didn't seem to rake significant traction upon its release. Yet another Netflix video game-adapted cartoon riding the fantasy adult animation steam trail left by the "Castlevania" animated adaptation, "Dota: Dragon's Blood" (created by Ashley Edward Miller) pitifully does not duel well against the agile contemporary canon of video game cartoons like the groundbreaking "Arcane." But although its shortcomings have been conspicuous, it isn't necessarily an undeserving production.

iPad-Sized Deep-Sea Isopods Found in Gulf of Mexico

(Photo : CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT/AFP via Getty Images) A giant isopod crustacean is displayed for the 'Ocean' exhibition at the National Museum of Natural History (Museum d'Histoire Naturelle) in Paris on March 29, 2019. A team of Taiwanese, Japanese, and Australian researchers uncovered a new iPad-sized deep-sea isopod species in the...

IMC’s Summer Soiree

The intriguing gardens of Bellevue House were a befitting backdrop to Island Moving Company’s Summer Garden Soiree on Friday, July 29. Lovers of dance were treated to a myriad of performances throughout the evening ranging from Becky Bass on the steel drums to the Rhode Island Kung Fu & Lion Dance Club performing a traditional Chinese lion dance. Of course, there was lots of ballet too.