MainStreet's Most Popular Stories of the Week

In case you missed anything, here is a recap of our five top stories from this week:

1. Movie Tickets: 5 Ways to Get 'Em Cheaper
Despite the fact that moviegoers are not provided for in the government’s stimulus package, there is some relief out there for those willing to become savvy ticket shoppers. Learn how to save here.

2. All Dogs Don't Go to Heaven: Post-Rapture Pet Care
Call it pet afterlife insurance. Or call it the strangest small business venture we've heard about. Just don't call it a holy rip-off, because the atheist known as Bart is serious about cashing in on an event he doesn't even believe in.

3. Barely Legal: 5 Sites for Fun Downloads
Before you debate between purchasing this fall's new Jay-Z record and something like paying down your credit card debt, check out these cheap, legal alternatives for downloading good stuff the right way.

4. iPhone App Sherpa: Hunting For ATMs
How often have you found yourself in this position? You need an ATM and you need one fast. Preferably fee-free. Well there is an iPhone application that will make your quest easier, and less expensive.

5. Recall Watch: Dangerous Cheese, Bad Melons
A number of cheese products that could contain the potentially fatal listeria and a batch of cantaloupes with salmonella have led to recalls of products from grocers nationwide. Here is what you need to know.

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