Dan Neil, The Wall Street Journal’s automotive writer has ridden in the driverless car, and writes that the driverless car will soon be common, and a good thing that will be, too, he says.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
If you were looking for the Love Madera action Saturday, it started at the Courthouse Museum and spread to the various venues of service.
Some of us enjoy modern music on the radio. Others merely put up with it. And still others keep their radios tuned to the talk shows. Hardly anybody likes all kinds and generations of music.
Unbeknown to most of us, the bus is making a comeback. I’m not talking about the school bus, but about the Greyhound.
One of the hallmarks of our times is that one group of people is constantly telling other groups what to eat and drink.
The cat from whom we rent our house (cost: two, and sometimes three, dishes of kibble a day) knows something I don’t. She is starting to thicken up. Actually, it is her coat that’s thickening.
One of the stories that’s just coming out is what happened to Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens just before his death during a riot at the American consulate in Banghazi, Libya.