On January 16th Colonial Chevrolet will be attending the New England International Auto Show Boston for training on and to have a Sneak Peek at the 2015 Tahoe.
It’s everything you’ve come to expect from a large SUV and so much more. The all-new 2015 Suburban is still as reliable and reputable as ever, but has been redesigned inside and out, with your passengers’ every need considered. This is your first look at the next generation of the ever-iconic Chevrolet Suburban, coming early Spring 2014.
The All new 2015 Tahoe is primed to make its appearance in early Spring 2014! Get a chance to see it live at the New England International Auto Show Boston at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. Thursday January 16th through Monday January 20th. The show hours are Thursday and Friday, Noon to 9:00PM, Saturday and Sunday 10:00AM to 9:00PM and Monday 10:00AM to 6:00PM.
Learn more about the 2015 Tahoe here https://www.chevrolet.com/2015-suburban-large-suv.html
For more information visit http://www.bostonautoshow.com/
North End Subaru is proud to announce that to kick of the New Year, they will be hosting their first New Car Clinic of 2014 on January 23rd, from 5:00 to 7:00.
Join the North End Subaru team for some food and have your questions answered.
Last month, we brought you entries from Gaffin’s Wicked Good Guide to Boston English.
As we wrote then: Compiled by the brilliant Adam Gaffin and hosted on Boston University’s website, the Wicked Good Guide to Boston English is a wonder to behold.
Everybody knows about pahking cahs in Hahvuhd Yahd, but there’s a lot more to Boston English than that, despite what Hollywood would have you believe. We have our own way of pronouncing other words, our own vocabulary, even a unique grammatical construct. Journey outside the usual tourist haunts, and you just might need a guide to understand the locals…
English: This picture shows a panorama of Boston (USA). Deutsch: Das Foto zeigt ein Panorama von Boston (USA). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Here are some more highlights from the guide:
Boat shoes, i.e., Keds.
Where somebody is, for example: “They’re down the Cape today.” Sometimes prounounced “downna,” as in “Wanna go downna Boston with me?”
The donut shop on the corner.
The numbah aftah thirdy-nine.
A traffic circle. One of Massachusetts’ two main contributions to the art of traffic regulation (the other being the red-and-yellow pedestrian-crossing light).
Terra incognita; beyond the bounds of civilization (some Bostonians will argue that that boundary is actually Rte. 128 or, if you really want to stretch it, Rte. 495).
A general intensifier: “He’s wicked nuts!”