#CAS18 Solace — Part Three

With the Chicago Auto Show ready for race day, the third and final thoroughbred is in the starting gate as a new premiere sponsor, Wintrust. Since 1991, Wintrust has provided a hometown bank to the Chicagoland area.  Big bank function with small community bank feel makes Wintrust stand out from others.  Knowing their customers and valuing local... Continue Reading →

#CAS18 Solace—Part Two

Continuing with the great events available at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show...lets talk favorites.  Parents say they don't have favorites, but the kids know different.  Identifying a favorite can be frustrating because "they all taste good".  Your favorite vacation spot?  Usually the beach or the mountains...maybe even Chicago in the winter?  Nah... Recalling favorites make... Continue Reading →

Woodward Eve

The day had finally come.  Six months in the making. As I lay in bed on the eve of what would be one of the greatest outdoor car shows I've ever seen, I marveled at how aware I had become of everything auto.  My long chestnut hair was perfumed with exhaust as I lay my... Continue Reading →

Corvettes and Cousins

Car love runs in families and mine is no different. Growing up in the same northern Illinois region, my cousin Dan and I were worlds apart.  He, quite a few years my senior, hung out with my older brothers.  Including the little sister happened on occasion.  Dan's daughter was my playmate since our ages were... Continue Reading →

2017 Impreza 2.0i helps Subaru celebrate its 50th

Subaru's Impreza 2.0i enlivens an already stacked lineup of award-winning models for the brand.  Impreza doesn't disappoint and flaunts safety, fuel economy and style as well as lively performance via its 4-cylinder Boxer® engine. Subaru of America conducts a year-long party approaching the 50th Anniversary, culminating in a celebration like no other in February 2018.  With... Continue Reading →

…and they emerge!

Photo by Jules Stayton It usually begins in the dark.  In the ground, in a cave, in a den, in a climate controlled storage facility...they all have a beginning.  Entering these recesses is voluntary.  The need for rest overwhelms the otherwise normal need for homeostasis.  Most seek refuge because of weather; who wants to trudge... Continue Reading →

Teen drivers…what are they thinking?

They want to fit in.  Like pieces in a puzzle.  Each have their special place that makes for a masterpiece. But teens, whether driving or not, have trouble focusing on where they lie in the scheme of things.  Driving adds mitigating factors to an already overloaded teen brain to challenge it in ways it's never... Continue Reading →

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