I walked its streets: The tragedy of Detroit

By John Ruberry I spent most of last week slowly driving--to avoid potholes--and walking the streets of Detroit. Yes, I took in some time downtown, but most of my travels were in the forsaken neighborhoods far from the casinos and the sports stadiums. When Detroit celebrated its 250th anniversary in 1951--it enjoyed the highest standard of … Continue reading I walked its streets: The tragedy of Detroit

Ungreen: Henrik Fisker now working on a jacked-up Mustang

By John Ruberry The Los Angeles Auto Show, one of America's two major car exhibitions--the other is in Detroit--concludes today. This year's edition has been packed with debut cars, as it always is. But one vehicle caught my attention, the Galpin-Fisker Rocket, a muscled-up version of a muscle car, the Ford Mustang. The name Fisker may … Continue reading Ungreen: Henrik Fisker now working on a jacked-up Mustang

WCRN Conservatively speaking is on the Air

11:15 p.m. Talking the Bus strike again the story here. 10:45 p.m. took several calls on illegal immigration, oil and chicken plucking 10:30 p.m. Tom Wesley is now in the studio 10:25 p.m. Sam is asking if Bill Gunn will continue to challenge Olver. 10:15 p.m. Bill Gunn is calling for every republican in the … Continue reading WCRN Conservatively speaking is on the Air

Voices of Main Street Ray Tower of Viola’s Fitchburg Tire

One of a series of occasional posts containing interviews with people from local businesses concerning their area of expertise: Ray Tower has known Tires for longer than I've been alive. He talks about the incredible advances in tire technology in his lifetime and some of the big mistakes that people make where the rubber meets … Continue reading Voices of Main Street Ray Tower of Viola’s Fitchburg Tire