'Teen Vogue' reaches teens at the mall

'Teen Vogue' opens pop-up location; Obama and McCain continue to manage reputations; Delta and Northwest merger approved; and more

Spending may be down, but that doesn't mean teenage girls won't still go to the mall. Teen Vogue is taking advantage of this popular hangout by opening the Teen Vogue Haute Spot in a mall in Short Hills, NJ, The New York Times reports.

While the location won't sell merchandise, it will be a place for girls to relax—and get hit by marketing messages. Open from November 28 to December 26, the Haute Spot will have snacks, drinks, clothes to try on, makeup stations, and place to recharge cell phones and iPods.

"We're not actually selling products, because our goal is to encourage people to shop in the mall," Laura McEwen, the publisher of Teen Vogue, told the Times.

Also:

Sen. Barack Obama reached a wide swath of voters last night, with his infomercial, appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and an appearance in Florida with former President Bill Clinton.

Some Republicans believe Sen. John McCain has lost his reputation as a "maverick."

The Philadelphia Phillies brought home the World Series title for the first time since 1980, bringing warm feelings toward the City of Brotherly Love.

The DOJ approved the merger between Delta and Northwest after a six-month investigation.

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