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It's big, it's bad and its luxury driving the 2016 Chevrolet Suburban

Rita Cook | Posted 06.03.2016 | Travel
Rita Cook

It's big, it's bad and it knows it. What a combination, right? Well, it is the 2016 Chevrolet Suburban and in my case I drove the four-wheel drive h...

Learning to Walk in the Dung

Laura A Boggs | Posted 03.12.2017 | Women
Laura A Boggs

The other day, my high school-aged daughter confessed her loneliness. She has been sitting alone at lunchtime. What heartache! But what beauty in the confiding. I got to tell her I get it. I did not tell her to buck up or that pouting is not becoming.

Perspectives on Millennials and the City

Wendell Cox | Posted 06.03.2016 | HuffPost Home
Wendell Cox

Millennials are a larger share of the total population in the downtown or Central Business District (CBD) than elsewhere in the city. In 2011, millennials represented 24.4 percent of the CBD population.

Why Thrash Metal Now?

Michael Nirenberg | Posted 03.02.2015 | Arts
Michael Nirenberg

Retro-cycles are now a normal part of pop culture and have been for sometime. It is well documented that it's traced to the emergence of 1950's youth culture and their post WWII expendable income. You wait 20 years and there it is again. Lately Tupac and Kurt Cobian are commonplace, but you see that already.

Losing My Chickens -- Lessons Learned

Geri Spieler | Posted 02.06.2015 | HuffPost Home
Geri Spieler

I understand raccoons need to eat too, just not my chickens. I can't argue with nature, but I can keep my pets safe. Although their suburban yard is large, they have limited space to run and hid for cover. They are trapped.

My Suburban Midwestern Mother's Summer Trend Forecast

Jilly Gagnon | Posted 08.03.2011 | Comedy
Jilly Gagnon

All the super-high heels might look nice, but what about arch support? When you're my age, you'll wish you'd thought more about arch support.

'Suburban Nation'

Jeff Speck | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Jeff Speck

But now, a preference has become a mandate, as sprawl has quietly been identified as a central cause behind a growing list of mounting national crises including foreign oil dependency, climate change, and the obesity epidemic.

The Great Divide: Swimming Against the Tide in Suburbia

Tina Traster | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Tina Traster

Not playing by the rules is dicey in suburbia where children are raised in a culture of uniformity. I don't let my daughter go to birthday parties at Chuck E. Cheese or eat cafeteria school food or watch television during the week. This makes her different. This makes us different.

Some Good -- and Fun -- Automotive News for the Holidaze

Steve Parker | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Steve Parker

Really wish there were better news to post about, but the auto industry is reeling worldwide, and there's no better example than Toyota.

DIY Environmentalism: The Green Guy Next Door

The Tyee | Colleen Kimmett | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green

If anxieties about flood and famine make you want to stake out a piece of land up Bella Coola way and hunker down with your veggie patch and marijuana...