Simple Springtime Check Over Are you thinking of all things green as March brings us the season of leprechauns, green beer and clover? Perhaps a replay of George Clooney’s film or a reading from Shakespere is appropriate this month? Be sure to find an Irish friend as an excuse to celebrate St. Patrick’s memorial on [...]
Four Simple Ways To Show Your Car Some Love! 1. Lighten up on your key chain. It seems so convenient to have all of your keys in one place, but all the extra weight on your key chain can damage your ignition switch. So, leave the little plastic Spec’s Frequent Buyer card, but thin [...]
An estimated 748,000 Honda vehicles are being recalled due to serious airbag problems. Read the details here.
Everyone in Humble Texas knows we’re supposed to go to the dentist twice a year. We get our teeth cleaned and have a thorough dental inspection. Once a year, we get x-rays to look for problems that can’t be seen with the naked eye. When the dentist is done, he tells us what he’s found [...]
Direct injection engines are one of the most exciting developments in the automotive world in recent years. These engines provide the horse power of a traditional V8 while keeping the fuel economy of smaller V6 engines. For example, in one family of engines the conventional V6 makes about 250 horsepower. The direct injection version [...]
There is still time to form a cook team. The Chili Cook Off and Car Show is open to the public from 11am to 3pm. On Saturday September 29th, 2012, Humble Noon Lions Club Foundation will host the 11th Annual Humble ChiliFest and Car Show The Humble Noon Lions Club Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, will [...]
Crazy Rules of the Road By That Car Lady, Lynn Beckwith It does not take a legal degree to recognize how ludicrous some of our laws are – especially when it comes to rules of the road. Good thing too, ‘cuz I sure don’t have one. These crazy traffic laws have not been documented, so [...]
Over the last five decades I have watched Phil Baumann, my younger brother, face many challenges, but none as huge as this last year. September 2nd marks one year from the day that Phil learned about Glioblastoma Multiforme and the prognosis of this awful type of brain cancer that was causing him severe headaches and [...]