Introduced in 2011, the Outlander Sport gained popularity as the only true compact crossover available for under $21k. Now, however, that space is crowded by the Hyundai Kona, Mazda CX-3 and Honda HR-V. Does the Outlander Sport still stack up?
Mazda seems to believe that everyone deserves to love driving, regardless of budget. As a result, the Mazda3 starts at just over $18K, yet makes zero compromises. It’s comfortable, safe and dependable, yet handsome, luxurious and fun to drive.
We’ve tested a $350,000 Aston Martin, a Mercedes-Maybach with 17 massage settings, and every “Car of the Year” since 2015, but the car we miss the most is a cheap little roadster from Mazda.
I should’ve known we were in for it when asked if we wanted to buy “slobber towels” with our admission to the Wild Animal Safari drive-thru animal park in Pine Mountain, Georgia.
During a break in my son’s 1990s soccer tournament in Mt. Airy, North Carolina, I drove to the Snappy Lunch, opened in 1923 and made famous by the 1960s sitcom, The Andy Griffith Show.
I happily discovered one of my favorite sandwiches just a few years ago – not at a restaurant – but at Kevin Rathbun Steak at the Atlanta Braves stadium, available only on game days.
It’s dubbed by many observers as “the least challenging athletic event ever conceived.” More than 20 years ago, the Maritime Republic of Eastport started a race to symbolize their “independence” from Annapolis. Their impetus came when the Maryland State Highway Administration closed the Spa Creek Bridge, which connects Eastport to the rest of Annapolis.
There’s nothing worse than realizing you’re hungry after reaching cruising altitude. This has happened to all frequent travelers, though.
Within Constitution Lakes Park in Atlanta there’s an urban hiking trail full of doll heads and other novelties arranged as art for passersby to see. Is it creepy? Very. But does it entertain many and help clean up the area? Sure.