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  • Despite Slew of Upcoming Models, Large Family Sedans Are an Endangered Species

     
    With the announcement of more sophisticated, technology-laden versions of the Toyota Avalon, Ford Taurus and Chevrolet Impala, you'd think the state of large, non-luxury family sedans was pretty sound, but think again. Over just the past five years, the...
  • Recall Alert: 1996-2007 Chrysler Minivans

     
    Chrysler is recalling 6,686 minivans equipped with optional Class 3 receiver hitches. When loaded to the maximum capacity, the hitch can fracture or bend where it meets the hitch muffler strap, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety...
  • The Cars of 1941

     
    It???s been 70 years since the Chicago Bears played the Green Bay Packers in a playoff game; they met in 1941, one week after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. With the onset of World War II, all car production......
  • Toyota Settles Strange Class-Action Lawsuit

     
    In a bizarre piece of news today, the recent settlement of a class-action lawsuit against Toyota and the Canadian Automobile Dealers Association could make you eligible for some cash, even if you bought a Chevy. In 2003, several federal and......
  • Why we will never have another blizzard as bad as 1967

     
    No matter how much snow we get (and thanks, TV and radio folks, for going light on the term "white stuff." I can't recall hearing it even once this week) in subsequent snowstorms, we will never again have one with......
  • Stryper surprises fans, critics with a devil on an album

     
    Back in 1984, when glam metal band Stryper first started getting attention for its Christian message, critics argued that it was hard to tell its music apart from other rockers whose lyrical message was far more worldly and, in some......
  • Volvo S60 T6 packs sporty power and safety features

    Volvo S60 T6 packs sporty power and safety features
    A decade in the automotive industry is like the passing of the Mesozoic era; a lot changes. In 2001, Hyundais were questionable and Toyota was infallible. Pontiac, Oldsmobile and Plymouth existed. Scion did not. So it may come as a bit of a surprise...
  • Carmakers can get creative, not always successfully

    Carmakers can get creative, not always successfully
    Throughout their history, automakers have tried to fill holes in their lineups or expand into new territory. Some models they designed and built themselves. Some, from other manufacturers, were imported and sold by established U.S. automakers. In the...
  • Ghost in the machine: Plexiglass Pontiac sedan was cutting edge in 1939, and still pretty cool today

    Ghost in the machine: Plexiglass Pontiac sedan was cutting edge in 1939, and still pretty cool today
    Mention concept cars to most people and they think of Buck Rogers' dream machines, like the 1951 Buick Le Sabre, with its rocket nose, fins and huge globs of chrome. Perhaps the most interesting of these cars are two Pontiacs bodied in clear Plexiglass...
  • Festival Guide

    Festival Guide
    JUNE June 2 : Yellow River Festival, East LaPorte and River streets, Plymouth; yellowriverfestival.org. June 2 : New Kitchen Store Five Year Anniversary Celebration Tailgate Party, Downtown Walkerton; 574-586-2745 or facebook.com/newkitchenstore....
  • Must-see summer classical and jazz/blues concerts in Chicago

    Must-see summer classical and jazz/blues concerts in Chicago
    Tribune music critics John von Rhein (classical) and Howard Reich (jazz/blues) each pick 10 shows you shouldn't miss this summer: Classical: “The Circus Princess” and “The Cousin from Nowhere”: Emmerich Kalman's three-ring...
  • WWDC 2012: Apple's Siri will know movies, sports, work in a car

    WWDC 2012: Apple's Siri will know movies, sports, work in a car
    tarting in the fall, new iPhones and iPads will have a higher-IQ version of Apple's robot assistant, Siri.  A common complaint has been that the artificially semi-intelligent app is no good at finding movie showtimes, so when you ask Siri when and where ...