It’s futuristic. It’s fast. It’s a Ford. After several months of rumors that Ford was ready to get back into the European racing scene in a serious way, this bombshell was dropped Monday at the Detroit Auto Show. The 2017 Ford GT stole the show. Continue reading The car that stole the Detroit Auto Show
Fresh off Kevin Spacey winning a Golden Globe for best actor in a TV drama, Netflix has released the official trailer for season three of “House of Cards” – and it looks like we’re in for another great adventure with the Underwoods. Will guilt finally catch up with Francis now that the Oval Office is his? We’ll find out when season three is released on February 27th. Until then, here’s a sneak peek!
I guess this is why some people trade their cars in every few years, or lease their vehicles, instead of driving them into the ground. As the title of this post suggests, I’ve driven four cars in the past week. There is a silver lining to all of this – and I’ll get to that shortly – but first, let’s revisit where all of this began. Continue reading One Week, Four Cars
It’s that time of year again! Google is out with its review of what people searched for in 2014. These things are pure genius on Google’s part; not only are they great advertisements, they’re moving tributes to the events of the past year. Continue reading Year in Search 2014
It must be something to live next door to Wanda Polisseni. Her over-the-top Christmas light display has become an annual tradition. Cars from all over Rochester line up bumper to bumper down her street off Turk Hill Road in Perinton. Continue reading A Christmas Light Display to Remember
The U.S. Supreme Court seems to be taking a page from Congress when it comes to the issue of same sex marriage – it’s decided to do nothing. At least this time there is a silver lining. By not agreeing to hear appeals on three lower court rulings, gay marriage will be allowed immediately in five states: Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin. It will be legalized soon in six more states, bringing the total number allowing same sex marriage to 30 plus the District of Columbia. Continue reading Supreme Court’s inaction is no win for gay marriage
A fascinating blog called GooBing Detroit is using Google’s Street View and similar services to track the city’s decline. It shows the evolution of properties over a span of a several years. In three to four years, many of the homes go from needing repair to being completely dilapidated. Continue reading Detroit’s decline captured on Street View