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KickingTiresTwo years ago, my son started driver???s education at our local high school. Curious about what cars they were using, I discovered it was a Chevy Aveo, which had some of the poorest crash test ratings, according to the Insurance......
KickingTiresIn the Chicago Tribune's investigation of high school driver's ed fleets with Cars.com, some scored quite well, while others delivered embarrassing results in terms of safety. Below we break down the best and worst fleets. If you're not familiar with........
Maryland WeatherAstronauts aboard the International Space Station in 2007 snapped this photo of Cape Cod, where the Pilgrims first stepped ashore in November 1620 and, on the west side of Cape Cod Bay, Plymouth harbor, where they established their colony.Their first...
KickingTiresIn 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......
Tags: Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Oldsmobile, Toyota
The Swampby Jill Zuckman With the economy continuing to sour at an alarming rate, Sen. John McCain's campaign pulled out of Michigan, a state once thought ripe for the taking from the Democratic column. "We will monitor the state and if......
Tags: John McCain, North Dakota, Ronald Reagan, Michigan, Barack Obama
Maryland WeatherThis evening's devastating 7.0 earthquake in Haiti has been followed by a series of large aftershocks measuring more than 5.0 on the Richter scale. It was also preceded by smaller quakes (2.9 to 3.4) in Puerto Rico, across the Mona......
KickingTiresChrysler 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...
Inspiring music-making isn't necessarily loud, aggressive, self-aggrandizing or heavily promoted. Consider what happens early every Wednesday night at Andy's Jazz Club, where the superb but serenely understated Chicago guitarist Andy Brown leads a...
Seventy-five years ago, a kid from the West Side of Chicago transformed the world with the sound of his clarinet. In January of 1938, jazz musician Benny Goodman conquered Carnegie Hall and in August of that year performed the same mission at the...
On Jan. 16, 1938, clarinetist Benny Goodman shook up the music world by bringing jazz unapologetically into a shrine of highbrow culture: Carnegie Hall. That concert, with its spectacular solos and thrilling ensemble playing, has long since acquired...
Tags: Elmhurst College, Green Mill (club), Culture, Asthma, Gramercy
Joseph Marinaro had a dream: He was going to be a great singer, like his heroes Frank Sinatra and Mario Lanza. But the talented young crooner from Buffalo, N.Y., got married and had 10 kids, set aside his musical ambitions and laid asphalt to support...
Tags: Music, Father's Day, Howard Reich, Entertainment
Though Memorial Day obviously stands as a solemn occasion, the holiday weekend surely offer listeners a chance to catch up on concert-going. Among the highlights: Orbert Davis' Chicago Jazz Philharmonic: The nearly ubiquitous Chicago trumpeter leads his...
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