Thursday, March 30, 2017
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Ford Motor Co. will recall more than 570,000 vehicles worldwide due to separate issues dealing with engine fires and doors unexpectedly flying open.
In the first, the Dearborn, Michigan-based automaker will recall 230,000 vehicles with 1.6-liter GTDI engines due to a rise of under-the-hood fires. The company reports in a news release it is aware of 29 North American fires related to the recall, but no injuries.
“It,” for the unfamiliar, tells the story of a group of children in a town in Maine who come together after people in the neighborhood begin to disappear. This brings them in direct conflict with Pennywise, a clown who captures children and devours them.
The book was previously brought to the screen in 1990, in a TV mini-seriesthat starred Tim Curry as the horrifying villain. Both have undoubtedly contributed to a rise in coulrophobia.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Monday, March 27, 2017
“The Walking Dead” arranged the pieces on Sunday for next week’s Season 7 finale, in an episode called “Something They Need.” As is often the case, the title linked the various subplots, the somethings they needed including guns for the Alexandrians, security for Eugene and a way out for Sasha.
But it also offered us something we needed: some answers. And while Sunday’s hour certainly raised a few questions — Did that shipwreck just happen? And if so, how? And if not, why were all the waterlogged walkers only then emerging? — it also addressed several outstanding ones from the past seven weeks. So let’s break them down: