Road Trip

19 Mar 19
TumbleweedWrites

Playing Spyro: Reignited brought back a lot of happy memories from my childhood. It was a real treat to see it, not as I remembered it, but infused with this staggeringly-beautiful, Pixar-esque aesthetic that channeled the whimsy of the original games. But my experience of playing the remastered trilogy went beyond admiring its exceptional visuals […]

19 Mar 19
motley's magical mystery tour

Leaving Monsaraz was a real emotional struggle as we could have spent a long time exploring the countryside and sampling the restaurants (but that could have got quite expensive!). The journey away from Monsaraz back towards the Spanish border took us across the magnificent lake that is Baragem Alqueva and into the town of Mourao. […]

19 Mar 19
Static Multimedia

Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called “Forky” to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world […]

19 Mar 19
winepair

We are so fortunate to live in Southern Calfornia and to be just a couple hours away from some fantastic wine regions. Our most recent trip took us to Santa Maria where we found a few new gems and revisited one of our favorites. We headed out of LA on a Friday afternoon to head […]

19 Mar 19
TESLA DRIVERS CLUB

2019 Las Vegas Event

April 26th to 28th, 2019

$250 ticket price is per vehicle entry. There are 10 tickets available for areas outside Arizona and Nevada.

This event is open to Tesla Drivers Club Standard and Premium Members.

See Event Description below (scroll down).

19 Mar 19
Green Energy

What’s more American than a road trip? Immortalized in songs (Route 66) and literature (On The Road), the Cross-Country Road Trip is a staple of our culture. The Electric Road Trip adds a couple of new dimensions to the adventureRoad Tripping Across The US In An Electric Car (Infographic) syndicated from Clean Technica

19 Mar 19
Britain Chevrolet Cadillac

Chevy’s largest and iconic Impala sedan has been around for 10 generations and is still a very popular family mover.  This Impala is an athletic five passenger vehicle with a sophisticated and sleek design.  On top of that this big sedan from Chevrolet displays performance, no matter what engine you choose. The 2019 Impala is […]

19 Mar 19
The Mercury News
Disney-Pixar on Tuesday released a full trailer for “Toy Story 4,” giving fans their first look at the next — and perhaps last — chapter of the beloved franchise. In the trailer, Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the toy gang go on a life-changing journey. When “Toy Story 3” concluded a college-bound Andy gifted his toys to a girl named Bonnie. “Toy Story 4” apparently picks up soon after, with the toys facing another big challenge — looking after a makeshift toy called Forky toy Bonnie created as a school crafts project. “Forky is the most important toy to Bonnie right now,” Woody says. “We all have to make sure nothing happens to him.” But Forky (new cast member Tony Hale) — a plastic spork with bubbly eyes, broken Popsicle sticks for legs, a clay mouth and twisted pipe cleaner for arms — apparently doesn’t want to be a toy. He’s a disposable eating utensil, after all. “I am not a toy! I was made for soup, salad — maybe chili. And then the trash!” Forky says before he jumps out of the window of the RV the family is traveling in during a road trip. Woody jumps after him, and a wild new adventure begins. Bo Peep (Annie Potts), who was presumed missing after “Toy Story 2,” makes a highly welcome return in the latest film. The trailer also introduces three new characters: Duke Caboom, a motorcycle-riding stuntman action figure voiced by Keanu Reeves; Officer Giggle McDimples, a tiny police officer toy and Bo’s feisty sidekick, voiced by Wrecked star Ally Maki; and the film’s villain, Gabby Gabby, a creepy pull-string doll from the 1950s (voiced by Christina Hendricks). “Toy Story 4,” created at the Pixar Studios in Emeryville, is scheduled for a June 21 premiere.
19 Mar 19
CitiesSpeak

Last week, local leaders from all over the country traveled to Washington, D.C., to advocate for stronger federal partnerships on issues important to their communities. And for the second year in a row, NLC’s top legislative priority is legislation that helps rebuild and reimagine our nation’s infrastructure. Although our advocacy focus has not changed, the […]

19 Mar 19
SCNG
MILWAUKEE — For Tuesday night’s tilt between the Bucks and the Lakers, there will be low stakes and no stars. The Lakers (31-39) announced at morning shootaround that LeBron James would be shelved with a sore left groin – the same one that kept the 34-year-old All-Star out for 17 straight games earlier in the season. Minutes later, the Bucks (52-18) acknowledged Giannis Antetokounmpo, one of the NBA’s leading MVP candidates, would also sit out the game with a sprained ankle at Fiserv Forum. That leaves not much of a headliner for the game, which features the East’s best team against one of the West’s worst. Coach Luke Walton said he had heard from trainer Mike Mancias that James was sore following Sunday’s loss to the Knicks, when his game-winning attempt was blocked. On Tuesday morning, Mancias passed along that James would not be able to play, and Walton said Mike Muscala would start in his place. The Lakers said the injury was not load management, which was the designation the team used when he missed Friday’s game in Detroit in an effort to reduce his minutes and minimize risk for the rest of the season. James was with the team after shootaround, stretching and using a foam roller with Mancias. “(He is) using the rest of this week, being the end of this road trip, to have a couple days as we get back home,” Walton said. The Lakers will also sit Lance Stephenson with a toe sprain. Tyson Chandler (neck stiffness) was listed as probable on Tuesday morning, while Josh Hart (knee tendinitis) was questionable. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Between James and Antetokounmpo, the teams will be missing 55 points, 21.2 rebounds and 14 assists per game. They were the leading vote-getters in this year’s All-Star game, ending up as captains for a draft that was televised in February. The first matchup between the teams March 1, a 131-120 Milwaukee victory at Staples Center, was billed as the best player of the past decade (James) facing a player who could merit that title in the next one. Antetokounmpo twisted his ankle in the previous Bucks game against Philadelphia, but played through the injury to score 52 points in the loss. The Lakers are on a three-game losing streak, and have lost 14 of their last 18 games. Without James this season, they are 6-14.
19 Mar 19
Intentional Faith

Don Foster’s motorcycle speeds down the bumpy gravel roads of the Congo. With a backpack full of In Touch Messengers, he heads toward a Mbuti Pygmy village full of people who have never heard the name of Jesus. As he rides, he can see smoke rising from nearby villages—a common sight in an area under […]

19 Mar 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
MILWAUKEE — For Tuesday night’s tilt between the Bucks and the Lakers, there will be low stakes and no stars. The Lakers (31-39) announced at morning shootaround that LeBron James would be shelved with a sore left groin – the same one that kept the 34-year-old All-Star out for 17 straight games earlier in the season. Minutes later, the Bucks (52-18) acknowledged Giannis Antetokounmpo, one of the NBA’s leading MVP candidates, would also sit out the game with a sprained ankle at Fiserv Forum. That leaves not much of a headliner for the game, which features the East’s best team against one of the West’s worst. Coach Luke Walton said he had heard from trainer Mike Mancias that James was sore following Sunday’s loss to the Knicks, when his game-winning attempt was blocked. On Tuesday morning, Mancias passed along that James would not be able to play, and Walton said Mike Muscala would start in his place. The Lakers said the injury was not load management, which was the designation the team used when he missed Friday’s game in Detroit in an effort to reduce his minutes and minimize risk for the rest of the season. James was with the team after shootaround, stretching and using a foam roller with Mancias. “(He is) using the rest of this week, being the end of this road trip, to have a couple days as we get back home,” Walton said. The Lakers will also sit Lance Stephenson with a toe sprain. Tyson Chandler (neck stiffness) was listed as probable on Tuesday morning, while Josh Hart (knee tendinitis) was questionable. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Between James and Antetokounmpo, the teams will be missing 55 points, 21.2 rebounds and 14 assists per game. They were the leading vote-getters in this year’s All-Star game, ending up as captains for a draft that was televised in February. The first matchup between the teams March 1, a 131-120 Milwaukee victory at Staples Center, was billed as the best player of the past decade (James) facing a player who could merit that title in the next one. Antetokounmpo twisted his ankle in the previous Bucks game against Philadelphia, but played through the injury to score 52 points in the loss. The Lakers are on a three-game losing streak, and have lost 14 of their last 18 games. Without James this season, they are 6-14.
19 Mar 19
Shannon Bolithoe : A Writing Life

Road Trip With ‘Zora And Langston’ In This Real-Life Literary Adventure Squeeze into the rumble seat — Yuval Taylor brings readers along on a 1927 summer road trip taken by Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes. Their friendship turned out to be a very bumpy ride. Read more on NPR

19 Mar 19
Foodfunda

Squeeze into the rumble seat — Yuval Taylor brings readers along on a 1927 summer road trip taken by Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes. Their friendship turned out to be a very bumpy ride. (Image credit: W. W. Norton) from Arts & Life : NPR https://ift.tt/2ufgqtM