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FrameworkMike Brodie, a.k.a, the Polaroid Kidd, spent four years circumambulating the U.S., amassing an archive that would go on to become one of the few true collections of American travel photography. Having never undergone any formal training, he chose to...
KickingTiresNo, you don't, according to every auto manufacturer we've talked to. The main advocates of the 3,000-mile oil change schedule are those who would profit by it: repair facilities, quick-lube chains and service departments at some new-car dealers. Years...
Tags: BMW, Prius, Car Engine Repair, Porsche, Weather Reports
A common theme when trying to save money is "do it yourself," but many car owners are hesitant to take that advice and attempt basic maintenance and repairs on their vehicles. To a degree, those fears are legitimate, because vehicles are more complicated...
The state’s ethics watchdog agency on Thursday levied $10,000 in fines against two former state officials over conflict of interest violations. The state Fair Political Practices Commission fined former state parks department administrator...
BPTThere are a number of ways to save water and they all start with you.- According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American uses about 50 gallons of water per day at home. That means a family of four uses approximately 6,000...
A Downers Grove business owner who recently received a village grant to beautify his property took a step toward getting the actual business up and running this week. Representatives for Hesham El Defrawy, who owns the building at 946 Ogden Ave., went...
Tags: Personal Service
Tribune reporterPassengers on an Amtrak train bound from Chicago to Seattle had to take buses the last 30 miles of their trip following a minor derailment this morning caused by a landslide, railroad spokesmen said. None of the 86 passengers or 11 crew members on the...
Tags: Amtrak, Avalanches and Landslides
When I think of folks who desperately need and deserve unemployment benefits even to approach the mirage of scratching by, I think of people such as Alina Puerta. Here's a woman who hasn't worked a steady job since 2009 when the downsizing real-estate...
I was devastated by the news of Trooper James Sauter's death, from the moment I heard it on the early morning news. I was part of the tollway "family" for several years in my youth, primarily as a maintenance mechanic for the troopers' cars and various...
There is no truer saying than Take care of your car and it will take care of you. Taking care of your vehicle should be at the top of your priority list when you rely on it to transport you, your family and friends. You don't have to be a mechanical...
Tags: Car Engine Repair, Oil Changes
Regular car maintenance done on a systematic basis will prolong the life of your car. It is a proven fact. Even better, it represents dollars when the time comes to resell your vehicle. A well-maintained vehicle is unquestionably more valuable, however if...
Each year around tax time, many of us anticipate an income tax refund. A tax refund is not free money or a gift from the government. It is the return of earned income to you. Whether your tax refund is $500 or $3,500, it can mean an impact on your...
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