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    The List: The List #0248: Attend the Woodward Dream Cruise

    The Woodward Dream Cruise is billed as the largest one-day automotive event in the world. Around 1.5 million people show up on a Saturday each August and line both sides of a seven-mile stretch of historic Woodward Avenue in the outskirts of Detroit. They come to watch some 40,000+ classic, ...

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    Video: Autoline After Hours hosts automotive fantasy draft tonight at 6 PM

    Car nuts don't talk about wide receivers or short stops, they talk about cars and the people who build them. That was the impetus for Autoline After Hours creating its automotive fantasy draft last year. It's now an annual event where auto insiders, journalists and others create their ...

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    Followup: Scott Burgess resumes role as auto critic for The Detroit News

    Following an official apology by his former and once again present editors, Scott Burgess, auto critic for The Detroit News, has returned to the newspaper. Burgess had resigned after changes were made to a review he had written that criticized the 2011 Chrysler 200 sedan, apparently in response to ...

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    Submit your questions for Autoblog Podcast #222

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    We record Episode #222 of the Autoblog Podcast tonight, so check out our discussion topics below. You can use the forum below to drop us your own feedback and questions, or vote on your fellow readers' submissions to help determine what ...

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    Followup: Detroit News explains resigning of auto critic Burgess [w/video]

    The Detroit News has set about attempting to explain its side of a recent flap that caused the paper's auto critic, Scott Burgess, to leave the publication. During a recent recording of Autoline After Hours, Burgess said that he left the paper because of the motivations behind the editing of his ...

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    Detroit News auto critic resigns. Was it because paper bowed to advertiser pressure?

    Auto critic Scott Burgess has reportedly resigned his post at The Detroit News effective immediately. The well-respected scribe gave no reason for his sudden departure from the paper, but Jalopnik is citing unnamed sources who claim the writer's departure was spurred on by the unthinkable; a ...


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