Part 1 – Stop, Drop and Roll (but not necessarily in that order)Though I’ve been biking to work for (more-or-less) a year straight through, I wouldn’t call myself an avid bike rider.There are several different cultures within the bike rider world, but I don’t quite fit into any that
In the 1980s, Victor DeNoble was a research scientist for tobacco company Philip Morris. He says he was first hired at the company to create a drug that would not cause cardiovascular problems, but still be addictive.
Straight from director Jason Marck's email to your eyes, it's the rundown for Afternoon Shift with Steve Edwards for Wednesday, February 15.Listen to the first hour of Wednesday's Afternoon ShiftAuto Show: How are Am
We may not have flying cars (yet), but there are some other pretty nifty features on display at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show. The future seems more hopeful for U.S. automakers than it did a couple of years ago. Earlier this month, news outlets reported that auto sales for January were up.
When I got on the phone with Debby Herbenick, former sex columnist for TimeOut Chicago and always sex expert (she's also a Research Scientist at Indiana University and a sexual health educator at The Kinsey Institute), one of the first questions I asked her was if the internet has