About Victory & ResedaVictory & Reseda is a website/blog telling the story of the automobile through the eyes of freelance automotive writer Randy Stern and friends. This website/blog serves as a virtual intersection of the automobile, its culture, the past, present and future of personal transportation. It also features travel pieces that center on the automotive experience.
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TweetThis site’s eight years have had its moments. These great moments that were beyond limited to the four I listed in the last article. We also had the opportunity to work with some great automobiles – also, too numerous to … Continue reading
Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern So, the 45th Twin Cities Auto Show…how was it? In my opinion, it is much better than before. Perhaps the best that I attended since 2005. I saw more engagement with two interactive ride-along … Continue reading
Tweet A veteran in its own right. Photo by Randy Stern Tomorrow…Monday is Veteran’s Day. It is the day we remember those who have fallen in the name of duty and honor. Our nation sent many into battle for the … Continue reading
Tweet Drive this for my birthday?!? Photo by Randy Stern I am celebrating my birthday today. In the past, I mentioned that I do prefer more understated celebrations at this stage in life. This is true, but what if I … Continue reading
Tweet This…for starters. Photo by Randy Stern Yeah, I made a big deal about my so-called “accomplishment.” I drove two BMWs – big deal! Blah, blah, blah…. It may not seem like a big deal to you. You are used … Continue reading
Tweet 2012 Hyundai Genesis sedan 5.0 R-Spec. All photos by Randy Stern Covering an auto show is hard work. You attend press conferences, angle for the best shots possible, mentally prepare your questions and take time to render photos and … Continue reading