Celebrating Trailblazing Women in Automotive – Part Two

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By: Annie Boss Women’s History Month is coming to a close, and we’d like to finish on a high note with Part Two of our Trailblazing Women in Automotive Series. We’re here to honor some of the important and impactful contributions made by women in the automotive industry. Emily Post While Emily Post may be more famous for her numerous writings on etiquette (get your elbows off the table!), […]

Solving the “The Windshield-Pitting Mystery of 1954”

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A while back, Linton Weeks from NPR’s History Dept. wrote “The Windshield-Pitting Mystery of 1954,” wherein thousands of Bellingham, Washington residents were plagued with pitted windshelds, leading to theories that ranged from acid created by flying bugs to falling skeletons of tiny marine creatures thrown into the stratosphere by H-bomb tests. We took a look […]

Sears Appears Headed for Bankruptcy

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UPDATE: Reuters is reporting that Sears Holdings is headed for bankruptcy as soon as Friday. This, after the board added a restructuring expert to its board yesterday. At about this time last year, we figured the end was near. Announced in October of 2017,  Sears began offering Craftsman tools at rival Lowe’s stores. The announcement […]