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Toyota’s old acquaintance shows a new face

March 26, 2017

Toyota “pulled the plug” on their project to reach out to the youngest sector of buyers. It was called Scion, and ended its run this August, after 13 years of existence.

To try to find the reasons for the downfall is not our purpose. More >

Trump’s proposed 20% Mexican import tax gets mixed reactions from manufacturers

March 19, 2017

When Tim Perry, president of Precision Metal Technologies Inc., heard about President Donald Trump’s suggested 20 percent tariff on imports from Mexico, he quickly stopped plans to open a Texas plant. More >

A colossus on wheels, reliable in winter conditions

March 19, 2017

When I try expensive cars, I can’t help trying to justify the reason why someone can spend so much money on a machine that would take them to the same place as one that costs $50,000 less. There are consumers who have a lot of money, but those are the exception to the rule. More >

How to book your wedding night hotel room

March 12, 2017

(The Knot) — If you’re not leaving for your honeymoon right after your send-off, you’ll need to book a hotel room for your wedding night—here’s how. More >

Suitcases that check off the 3 necessities of luggage

March 12, 2017

( — Upgrade your set of wheels with a new, supercharged suitcase, perfect for your honeymoon and a life of adventures.

The Three Biggies of Baggage

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A Q&A with Ana Vitelo, the co-owner of Schaumburg’s Brazil Express

March 05, 2017

(Submitted by JJR Marketing) — Meat lovers will be in heaven at Brazil Express, a casual Brazilian steakhouse in Schaumburg.

Ana and Mario Vitelo opened the restaurant after immigrating to the northwest suburbs from Brazil. More >

Waukegan’s ties to Mexican town may be tested under Trump

February 26, 2017

TONATICO, Mexico — At this time of year, Mexican traditions are on colorful display in this little town lined with cobblestone streets. Every night for weeks, candlelit processions honoring the local patron saint set the colonial plaza aglow. More >

What you’ll see at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show

February 19, 2017

Self-driving cars that double as chauffeurs were the talk of the Chicago Auto Show preview Thursday,Feb. 9, but behind the razzle-dazzle, automakers are wondering what a new-model White House means for the industry. More >

Yanitzin Sanchez

An interview with a successful Culinary Chef

February 05, 2017

(Provided by JJMarketing) — Yanitzin Sanchez grew up in Toluca, Mexico where the smells of garlic, onion, and butter were abundant, Chef Yanitzin Sanchez was inspired to pursue a further journey into the culinary arts. More >

Businesses hurt by immigration ban

February 05, 2017

Achour Esho, owner and founder of Palatine-based FLO Fitness and Martial Arts, remembers how he and his family escaped persecution in Syria in 1984.

They were Christians who believed coming to the U.S. would provide a safer future. More >

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