This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 3 Advertising Feature: This article is from a special section that was not produced by the newsroom. Infiniti’s impressive QX80 remains one of only a few conventional truck-based sport utility vehicles still available, but there’s nothing conventional about its luxury and utility, which provide consumers a perfect vehicle for the family. For either regular around-town use or fun highway trips, the QX80 remains at the top of its class. It returns for 2023 with a starting price of $72,700 (plus $1,695 freight) for the base Luxe model with rear-wheel drive. The QX80 is at the top of Infiniti’s lineup of SUVs, but is the only one with a body-on-frame design. The other three – the QX50, QX55 and QX60 – have unibody designs, in which the frame and body are all in one piece. For 2023, QX80 prices range as high as $87,450 for the top-of-the-line Sensory model with four-wheel drive … [Read more...] about Infiniti QX80 serves as a great family-hauler for home or road
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Adam Sandler doesn’t need your respect. He just wants to make you laugh.
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 3 EDITORS: EMBARGOED UNTIL SUNDAY, MARCH 19 - - - PITTSBURGH - During every Adam Sandler stand-up show, he straps on his electric guitar and sings a song. Unlike the bite-size ditties he's peppered through the set about selfies or baggy shorts, this one concerns his late, great "Saturday Night Live" buddy, Chris Farley. It is a perfect tribute. Sandler, singing softly as he strums in G, captures the complicated beauty of Farley as clips of his most memorable high jinks play on a giant screen behind him. The crowd roars as he references Farley's electrifying SNL turns as a Chippendales dancer and a motivational speaker "living in a van down by the river." There is a hush as Sandler slips into the bridge, a peek into his friend's vulnerability. "I saw him in the office, crying with his headphones on "Listening to a KC and the Sunshine Band song "I said, 'Buddy, how the hell is … [Read more...] about Adam Sandler doesn’t need your respect. He just wants to make you laugh.
Inside the movement to remake America’s city streets
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 5 The automobile has been a fixture of urban life for more than a century. Then came the coronavirus pandemic. Congested streets turned into pedestrian safe havens. Now many want to make those changes permanent - but it won't happen without a fight. Golden Gate Park is pretty serene, as far as battlefields go. On a recent, unusually sunny afternoon, the emerald of this city's green space was alive with people moving about its main thoroughfare. Cyclists buzzed past roller skaters, who shimmied around joggers, who lapped the many pedestrians. One runner paused to play a roadside piano. A father and son rallied on a ping pong table. Dogs abounded. The one constituency not present: cars. For some, this fact explained the peace. For others, it signaled defeat. Despite its bucolic environs, Golden Gate Park has emerged as one of the most high-profile fronts in a … [Read more...] about Inside the movement to remake America’s city streets