Colin Linneweber is an experienced writer who has created an array of content for renowned television networks, trade journals, law firms, and financial, insurance, construction and technology companies.
Linneweber, who was recruited to produce online content for a major sporting event for both CBS Sports and the New England Sports Network (NESN), currently serves as a broadcaster, reporter, editor and voice-over specialist for Beijing-based Xinhua News Agency.
Dale Evers used raw materials to fabricate a replica of Carlos Santana's Paul Reed Smith guitar July 26, 2017 - "Some songs are just like tattoos for your brain," said Carlos Santana, 70, who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. "You hear them and they're affixed to you."
Chicago's Navy Pier gets a facelift with Dutch-built giant Ferris wheel
I wrote the vast majority of articles for this weekly, Chicago-based newspaper until it closed in May 2018. Fortunately, although most content has been deleted from the internet, I have ample hard copies of my works.
November 2016 - Max Hazan is an atypical artist who has earned widespread praise for his ability to convert scrap metal into stylish, customized motorcycles and motorbikes. Born in 1981, Hazan spent countless childhood hours watching his father craft various items at his workshop on Long Island.
September 2016 - Dwight D. Eisenhower was presiding in the White House when an industrial chemist from Chicago named Norman Larsen developed WD-40 in 1953. Larsen decided to call his invention WD-40 because it's an abbreviation for water displacement and it took 40 chemistry experiments to perfect.