Brief history lesson: The Tuskegee Airmen were an elite, but largely unnoticed by history, squadron of African-American pilots who fought in World War II. So named for the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama where they trained, the pilots were not allowed to train with other military personnel because of segregation laws at…
I grew up in Detroit, but for the better part of my 28 years you could never buy a Slurpee here. The only way I knew Slurpees (or their not-as-fantastic Kmart counterparts, Icees), existed was because there was a 7-Eleven 45 miles away in Ypsilanti, a far-off town where my dad's family is from.
Here's the first-ever Chrysler Town & Country. Well, the first Chrysler car to ever be called Town & Country. This is a 1941 model, but unlike the Chevrolet Caprice or Ford F-Series, Chrysler applied the Town & Country moniker to various cars on different platforms — including station wagons, four-door sedans,…
Slows BBQ is like, the only restaurant in Detroit. Well, not the only restaurant in Detroit, obviously. There are two others. But for out-of-towners visiting, Slows is always a must-stop.
China is the world's largest car market, yet it's taken some American car brands almost forever to establish a presence there. The Chinese are notorious for loving Buicks, but you'd be surprised that GM's other luxury brand — here in 'Murrica we call them Cadillacs — has only been in the country since 2006.
The other day my fiance and I were on a triple date and we did the things you can only do when there's this many loosely connected, romantically paired people involved: Go to a chain wings and beers place and go see a cheesy popcorn flick with The Rock.