Carts and Parts Blog

Coronacoping: Cooking at home is a ‘thing’ again

Fiction writer Sherrie Flick had an inkling there might be shortages of her favorite cooking and baking supplies when Pittsburgh shut down during the start of COVID-19. For the first time, she signed up for Harvie Farms Pittsburgh’s community-supported agriculture program — despite being a prolific home gardener. “They tend to have things sooner than […]

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Social Distancing Shopping Cart Soccer

Social Distancing Shopping Cart Soccer Is The Weirdest Thing You’ll See Today if you don’s speak German, you may want to keep the volume off. We promise it’s still oddly entertaining.  The video was created by Team Rabenfront, a film team from the outskirts of Dresden, and pokes some fun at how soccer can still […]

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Grocery Store Employees Are National Heroes

With restaurants closed across the country, Americans are relying almost solely on their local grocery stores to feed their families. The coronavirus continues to infect more people by the day as even rural areas are seeing a steady climb in people who have contracted the disease. Our grocery store clerks and employees are putting themselves […]

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Police Cracking Down on Shopping Cart Thieves

Many towns across the U.S are starting to crack down on shopping cart thieves. Chief Stuart Roberts of Pendleton, Oregon says many businesses in his jurisdiction are not securing the carts overnight, and with the growing homeless population, thefts of the carts are becoming a real problem. “We’ve communicated with those retail outlets and have […]

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