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KickingTiresResist all you will, but you just won't find this sort of family-friendly versatility and comfort in a crossover. Cars.com reviewer Jennifer Geiger gives the 2013 Toyota Sienna high marks for its cushy seats, abundant passenger room, surprisingly peppy...
Tags: Toyota, SUVs and Crossovers
Dining@LargeThis is guest poster Bucky's idea of a fair test. Bucky, no human being would like unsweetened yogurt on pumpkin pie. The idea alone makes me gag. To be fair, I want you to cut up a ripe nectarine and......
Tags: Whipping Cream, Pumpkin Pie, Pies and Tarts, Pumpkin
What do you do if you are loaded down with credit card debt but you know you should be saving for retirement? Do you concentrate on getting rid of the debt, and put off saving in the 401(k) or IRA for later? Or do you save now, pay off later? There...
The Hartford CourantFitness facilities aimed at meeting the exercise needs of the nation's 78 million aging baby boomers are beginning to pop up. While I have no problem with gyms that cater to this demographic (ages 49-67), I do have issues with what the folks behind...
Playwright Samuel Hunter's "A Permanent Image" is by no means the first play to tell the story of adult siblings returning from out of town for a parent's funeral. The emotional tension of that ubiquitous human moment — which often involves booze,...
Worshiping a hero is easier from afar. You don't have to hear snippy comments the basketball player makes about short admirers. You don't see acne scars on the supermodel. And, so it is with Virgil Hawkins, a Lake County hero. Monday marks the...
Because a brand embedded in our subconsciousness can find a space in our garage, the Impala endures. About 16 million Chevys named for an African antelope have hit the road since 1958. And even though the one you recently returned to the airport...
Tags: Robert Blake, Automotive Equipment, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Vehicles
The year begins with a walk to the edge of the "fiscal cliff" and a nauseating look below. Have you dared look over the edge of your own cliff, or has the fear of falling kept you from contemplating the possibility of another recession, job losses,...
The omelet seems obvious: eggs cooked flat, filled and folded. Imagine my surprise, then, to discover that the simple supper I often serve is not an omelet. It's an American omelet. Nothing like a French omelet. The difference comes down to technique....
Tags: Omelets, Butter, Sports, Football, Julia Child
Have you ever had a long day? The kind of day that just takes it right out of you? Several years ago, fresh out of college, I took a job teaching English in the land of Taiwan, also known as the Republic of China. My job was to teach conversational...
Tags: Genesis (music group), Taiwan, China
Tomorrow is the first day of the rest of Carlos Boozer’s “quiet the haters’’ life. The Bulls have no hope of winning the NBA title without Derrick Rose. If they did, why did the team pay him an extra $100 million? Because...
Craft beer's popularity has kept beer distributors busy reorganizing shelves to accommodate what is a seemingly never-ending selection from microbrewers. Now distributors have even more work to do but they're not complaining. Thanks to a recent change...
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