Back in the ’80s, Abraham Sanchez was at the ground level of lowriding. He was an advocate of a lifestyle that would soon take the world by storm and his attempts at building a lowrider even landed him on the pages of Lowrider. But as life would have it, he would soon have to set his passions to the side.
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Tavares Family Super Show
Now an Official Lowrider-Sanctioned Show
How Many Years Would You Wait to Build Your Dream Car?
These Are The Good Times
A Cadillac That Takes Away the Stress and Strife
Paying Homage To His Bloodline
Worth The Wait
A Paintjob Reminiscent of a Warm Desert Sunset
Bumps In The Road
Putting Passion on Hold
Built One Sunday At A Time
Aparent's time is limited, especially if you’ve got a son playing football at Syracuse University and a daughter playing volleyball at University of Alabama.
A Teacher's Influence '63 Chevy C10
While attending Yuba High School, Sal Mendez was given the opportunity to paint his autobody shop instructor’s personal Chevy C10.
Movin' On Up
Started With an Accord, Now He’s Here
That’s All It Took to Get This Killer ’63 Impala Together
Proactive Health Tips to Help Navigate Year 2 of the Pandemic
After months of unfamiliar restrictions and guidelines, pandemic fatigue is affecting how some Americans protect their health. However, experts warn that diligence is still extremely important because new mutations and variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 are being discovered. The typical cold and flu season also brings added threats to people’s health and wellness.
The fitness space is flooded with products, potions and protocols promising to optimize your recovery from training. See what science has to say about some of the most popular applications.
SCIENCE PANEL: CONSIDER AIR COOLING TECH AS CLIMATE BACK-UP
The U.S. must seriously consider the idea of tinkering with the atmosphere to cool a warming Earth and accelerate research into how and whether humanity should hack the planet, the National Academy of Sciences said.
3 Tips for a Stronger Immune System
Cold and flu season may be behind us, but maintaining immune health is a year-round job.
Elderberry: Nature's Top Antiviral Herb
The science speaks for itself—elderberry works in a unique way to combat cold and flu viruses and strengthen immune function.
TIPS FOR supporting Immunity
As we enter the winter months immunity support is even more critical to reduce the impact of being infected by COVID-19.
THE GOOD FIGHT
UFC fighter Lyman Good discusses the mental and physical strength required to succeed in the octagon
A Punk Drummer's Life Upendended In 'Sound of Metal'
The film “Sound of Metal” starts with the uncomfortably loud noises of guitar feedback and ends two hours later with absolute silence. The trip through those extremes is a worthy one, if sometimes exasperating.
Bounce Back After a BOTCH
Do you ever blow a class at a horse show? We all do. Here’s how to bounce back better than before.
MAKE WINTER EASIER FOR YOUR OLD HORSE
The season ahead may be hard on aging horses in cold climates but with some planning and preparation you can help yours sail through until spring.