The beginning of November in Houston is usually when the temperatures start to drop. This past Saturday wasn’t quite the cooler weather I had hoped for, but at least it wasn’t the usual hot weather we had all Summer. Instead, we were greeted with some decent temperatures accompanied with foggy
Once a year, the raging bulls come from all over the US to partake in the world’s largest Lamborghini gathering here in Houston, and it was time for them to gather once again this month. The Lamborghini Festival hosted by Scuderia Society takes place over three days at different venues;
With things getting back to some normalcy here, Houston Coffee & Cars hosted by Scuderia returned to it's usual first Saturday of the month schedule at Memorial City Mall. There was a chance of rain of happening but it was scheduled to hit after the meet was over. In any case, that
Before packing my stuff up and moving across the country to Florida, I wanted to be certain to get in one more car show in Las Vegas. I was very impressed with the "Car Show on Eastern" when I attended it last March, so going again was an high on
With all the destruction that Hurricane Harvey and the resulting flooding brought to Houston, the monthly Houston Coffee & Cars was delayed a week from their usual first Saturday of the month schedule. Along with the re-schedule, the staff also turned the event into a Harvey relief drive to help
With summer coming to an end, or perhaps with the school starting at the end of the month, this month’s turnout for Houston’s Coffee and Cars was the biggest one yet. Initially, I was a bit worried about the attendance as rain was in the forecast, but fortunately, that rain didn't
Over the holiday weekend, Houston Coffee & Cars returned to Memorial City Mall parking lot for this month’s gathering. With holidays, you never know how that could change the size as some people travel. I wasn’t sure if it would be bigger or smaller, or maybe no change at all.
Every Saturday morning from 7-10am south of the Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas’s official Cars and Coffee takes place. I’ve been planning on attending this event for some time, but it wasn’t until the last weekend in May that I was able to attend. With the crazy weather Sin City
Originally, I had planned to bring my Hyundai Veloster out to the monthly Houston Coffee and Cars gathering at Memorial City Mall. Well, plans quickly changed a few days before and I wasn’t sure if I would be able to make it at all. Morning of the event, I was in fact
After missing last month’s Houston Coffee and Cars gathering, I returned to Memorial City Mall to partake in this month’s meeting and see what all would be on display. As I walked out of the house that Saturday morning, I was greeted with an unseasonably cold breeze for May, in
If someone had asked me what I thought of Swedish or Scandinavian Car Culture a few months ago, I probably would have responded with thoughts about lots of rally-type cars, some lowered Volvos, a few Mercedes, BMWs, and the occasional Audi sprinkled into the mix, even though Sweden is the
Having lived in Las Vegas for 18 years, I’ve seen the local car scene go through cycles of varying levels of interest and enthusiasm. Even though the city hosts some very prominent events such as a NASCAR race, two NHRA races, and the SEMA convention every year, it’s never seen
Recently, there has been a trend of cooler temperatures in Houston for the first weekend of January and February. March seemed like it continued the trend with the temperatures dropping for the monthly car gathering held at Memorial City Mall. Hopefully this trends continues through summer with cooler days for one of Houston's largest
It was once again time for the monthly Coffee and Cars event here in Houston, and with the city also hosting this year's Super Bowl, I was curious to see what it would draw in as far as out-of-town visitors and their rides. The sky looked clear with no chance
With the crazy weather for the month of December, the annual toy drive hosted at the Houston Coffee and Cars gathering was delay to the month of January. Rain is one factor that can dramatically reduce the attendance of an outdoor event, and the first weekend of December was pretty
They say "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas," but that no longer applies when the SEMA show is in town. Last month, I took a trip to the City of Sin for an all-out barrage of ten foot tall pick-up trucks, diesel converted lead sleds and the intoxicating smoke of tire-decimating drifting events that
Well it is that time again...Houston Coffee and Cars make us wait an entire month, but wow do they deliver. Whether you attend every month, or you just make an occasional visit every year, there will be something there to peak your interest. Take a stroll around and you will
All things have to come to an end, but that doesn’t mean endings are bad. The Festival held on Sunday at City Centre here in Houston wrapped up the three-day series of events for the 2016 Lamborghini Festival. And the venue was filled with spectators and Lamborghini's throughout the shopping center.
Over the past five years, Houston has been graced with a festival dedicated to one of the most iconic brand of cars, Automobili Lamborghini, an event that also supports a good cause by benefiting Bennett's Bears. This year, Scuderia Society decided to celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the legendary Lamborghini Miura in addition
The Friday hangover may be lingering in your system, or you just awoke from the best sleep of your life (I won't tell you which one I was), but there is no better way to kickoff a Saturday than grabbing a fresh cup of coffee, getting some breakfast in your
This past weekend’s 2nd annual Las Vegas Red Rock Concours D'Elegance provided automotive enthusiasts an awesome escape from their indoor summer retreats. With sunny skies and temperatures in the 80's, this awesome car show served as a perfect excuse to spend the day outside!
The show was held at
The fog made Wichita's September Cars and Coffee an even grander event. This is the second month in the new location, The Alley. This was by far the biggest Cars and Coffee event Wichita has seen thus far.
There was no shortage of cars. Exotics, classics, muscle cars, and everything in
So if there one thing I get asked a lot, it's "Hey Nino, how do you go about shooting a car with a model?". Sadly, there simply isn't a short answer to such a question. For the most part, I think on my feet at these type of shoots, improvising
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I recently had the opportunity to take a vacation back to my home town of Rathdrum, Idaho, while I was on my trip, I figured I would hit up the local car scene and see if anything was happening while I was in town. Lucky for me, No Road Blocks
This is bit of a throwback, but I had the chance to go to the Plano Cars and Coffee last February, and let me tell you, if you can make it, this is one Cars and Coffee that is very worth the trip!!
This show was massive, at least 800 cars made
For a car enthusiast there’s nothing better than heading out on the weekend to mingle with other car enthusiast. The cars and coffee craze has continued to grow over the years, and here in the Michigan its no different. We have a limited time to enjoy our car season due
In 2004 Jorge Verdejo and Alfonso Zaza of Scuderia Society teamed up to bring an incredible event to Houston to celebrate one of the iconic brands of fine Italian automobiles. They created the Lamborghini Festival as a way to showcase their passion for Italian rides and helping others.
The event usually takes place over 3 days,