first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Middle School has released its Quarter 4 Honor Roll for the 2017-2018 school year, as well as its Final Honor Roll for the school year.Quarter 4 Honor RollThe following students earned honors for the fourth quarter:Grade 8High HonorsEmir Abdulla, Matthew Ardito, Anthony Biarrio, Taylor Breen, Margaret Carroll, Akash Chatterji, Angelyn Ciampa, Audrey Curdo, Jamie Davis, Nicholas DiNatale, Will Doucette, Rhiannon Dyment, Joseph Dynan, Edward Edgerly, Cameron Eich, Olivia Erler, Maura Fiorenza, Corinn Flanagan, Emersyn Foresyth, Rowan Fortier, Emily Fothergill, Alyssa Fricia, Anay Gandhi, Dante Giampaolo, Keegan Gray, Jacob Haerer, Lauren Hutchison, Andrew Lavigne, Holly Lemay, Paige Lohrman, Kristina Mason, Tayla McDonald, Emily McHugh, Michael Moody, Jenna Moore, Samantha Morris, Meghan O’Mahony, Angela Palino, Lillian Perriello, Alyssa Rago, Adriana Rice, Olivia Rogers, Kelli Schuler, Evan Shackelford, Amanda Solari, Emilia Spina, Kevin Stevens, Laura Tran, Sandra Watne, Kari Wells, Grace Wiberg-Pichetti and Haeleigh WilsonHonor RollSalvatore Accardi, John Andersen, Alex Andoni, Anthony Angiuoni, Caitlin Balestrieri, Sofia Barletta, Dillon Bloom, Isabella Botte, Nokomis Bramantecohen, Michael Broderick, Amanda Broussard, Marisa Bryan, Sara Buckley, Vincent Callahan, Julia Campbell, Jake Chirichiello, Victoria Ciampa, Sarah Cirame, Daniel Conde, Bianca Corso, Shane Costello, Shea Cushing, Thomas Dalton, Jenna Danieli, Brett DeAmbrose, Jayden DeFrancesco, Joseph DeMoura, Brian DeOliveira, Gabrielle DeVerbigier, Tristan DiMeco, Kaitlyn Doherty, Jake Dwyer, Liam Dwyer, Jake Estrada, Haley Fisher, Danielle Flaherty, Alex Flynn, Allison Foley, Abigail Frye, Charles Gardner, Brian Gargan, Lauren Giuliana, Alyssa Granara, Lauryn Hanafin, Daevin Harless, Samantha Jareo, Angelina Johnson, Isabella Kieran, Celia Kulis, Sarah LaVita, Alexa Leone, Emily Long, Jeremiah Lozzi, Kaitlyn Maguire, Jeffrey Mahoney, Ella Malvone, Cameron Marzilli, Alexis Meza, Gabriella Monteforte, Chase Moreau, Madison Mulas, Jack Munro, Cassidy Murphy, Rachel Nally, Medha Pal, Leah Paolillo, Quinn Proulx, Isabelle Puccio, Allison Rebeiro, Nathaniel Rebinskas, John Rhind, Edward Ricupero, Rita Roche, Lilly Rubin, Andrew Ruff, Aislinn Simonelli, Kaitlyn Smith, Olivia Spizuoco, Andrew Stokes, William Stuart, Adam Sulick, Caterina Tassone, Faith Thacker-Benoit, Joshua Tompkins, Jack Toomey, Katherine Trach, Adrian Trotta, Jonathan Villalta, John Ware, Emily Watson, Zachary Weinstein, Erik Woodland and Madison WrightGrade 7High HonorsCasey Ahlin, Nikhitha Biju, Allison Bolanos, Mallory Brown, Sarah Bryan, Grace Constantine, Sebastien DeVerbigier De Saint-Paul, Alisha DiNuccio, Alexis Edwards, Antonio Erickson, Eric Fischer, Cameryn Foresyth, Marissa Gallozzi, Thomas Gargan, Kylie Gates, Caitlyn George, Rachel George, Kelly Gonzalez, Rachel Gonzalez, Emily Gray, Carolyn Haas-Timm, Elisabeth Hayduk, Kaelin Healy, Lauryn Hurley, Dylan Hurynowicz, Lian Juergens, Julia Kane, Ryan Kanihan, Nikos Koss, Audrey LaConte, Rachel Langevin, Paige Lipski, Kammi Lucot, Ava MacGilvray, Jonathan Magliozzi, Srikar Mallajosyula, Carlie Malonson, Owen Mitchell, Michael Monteforte, Carina O’Donnell, Isabella Piazza, Audrey Powers, Emily Provost, Katrina Riekstins, Ethan Ryan, Ryan Willson and Ella WingateHonor RollNathan Alberti, Sofia Skye Almeida, Sarah Arruda, Colleen Baldi, Emily Banks, Brian Barry, Sophia Bavota, Natalia Bernard, Kylee Bevis, Ryan Bornstein, Christian Botte, Karianne Calvoni, Griffin Carr, Noah Carriere, Alyssa Cavanaugh, Lukas Charini, Jessica Collins, Sydney Collins, Anabelle Cook, Samantha Cronin, Owen Cushing, Jonathan Dalton, Ava DeProfio, John Dugan, Brett Ebert, Rose Ebert, Daniel Epie, Austin Farrell, Dominic Feeney, Justin Finnegan, Kaitlyn Finnegan, James Fisher, Brenden Fitzpatrick, Lily Flynn, Brett Gallucci, Lucas Gorham, Brayden Gorski, Julia Gray, Alexa Graziano, Luis Gunera, Katelin Hally, Courtney Howell, Sara Hughes, Michael Ings, Emma Jensen, Lindsey Kane, Ryan LaRoche, Sofia Lipsanopoulos, Colleen Logan, Liam Lydon, Aiden MacLeod, Kaytlyn MacPherson, Katie Manjourides, Marni McBride, Joseph McCauley, Dennis McConologue, Dillon McGrath, Sloane McIntyre, Jaelin Mitchell, Roman Moretti, Tyler Nguyen, Christian Niceforo, Sarah Nille, Reegan Noble, Carlena Osgood, Rylie Patterson, Adam Quamme, Paige Rivera, Casey Robbins, Jacob Roque, Thomas Sica, Jacob Smith, Kassidy Smith, Laine Stockman, Patrick Stokes, Ryan Thomas, Dylan Tran, Emily Tran, Evan Uftring, Mia Vestal, Matthew Villalta, Jonathan Vlamis, Jackson Ward, Ryan Watson, Page Williams, Ella Wing, Connor Wood and Brenna YoungGrade 6High HonorsLindsay Anthony, Mantvydas Banevicius, Thomas Bradley, Hannah Bryson, Thomas Burns, Megan Cali, Ellianna Chronopoulos, Antonia Di Zoglio, Brianne Dillon, Sofia DiNatale, Alison Doherty, Michael Dynan, Robert Elliott, Hannah Finberg, Josephine Finberg, Anuj Gandhi, Alissa Ganley, Alicia Gardner, Austin Harper, Abigail Hassell, Ian Jackson, Caroline Jenks, Samar Johar, Siddharth Karani, James Keck, Kyla Kelley, Alex Kennedy, Ava Kennedy, Emerson Keohane, Emily Kitanov, Sara Kulis, Clyde Lambert, Alexandra Lavigne, Colin Lawson, Molly MacDonald, Kelci MacKenzie, Lily MacKenzie, Andrew Maiella, Benjamin Marvin, John McLaughlin, Jake McLean, Maryellen McMahon, Alexis Melvin, Adrienne Moore, Nathan Murray, Lily O’Malley, Keira Rice, Charles Rosa, Riley Rourke, Avis Samaha, Olivia Solari, Kevin Stano, Neda Stoeva, Keira Sullivan, Carly Thayer, Cassandra Tibbetts, Emma-Rose Toomey, Sarthak Tripathi, Marc Vanella, Priscilla Vo, Rachel Wright and Adam YalcinHonor RollJuliana Angiuoni, Julia Archer, Madison Benoit, Zachary Blonigen, Jake Bourgeois, Jacob Breitenbach, Shaylan Bresnahan, Samantha Bryan, Ciara Cameron, Nathan Cardin, Christian Carpinella, Andrew Castelli, Julien Cella, Christina Chesbrough, Katelyn Cirame, Timothy Clark, Connor Crane, Michaela Crowe, Luca Cudia, Maria Cummings, Kayleigh Cunningham, Robert Cyr, Adam Davis, Ava DeOliveira, Michael DeRose, Emma Diorio, Emily Doherty, Alexia Engvaldsen, Emma Erickson, Emma Flynn, Jonathan Foresyth, Paige Fuller, Joseph Galvin, Gracy Giammarco, Emily Grace, Aidan Guyette, Courtney Healy, Kylee Hodge, Patrick Hounsell, Nikolaos Iascone, Anna Jancsics, Isabel Jordan, Kevin Kane, Tyler Kaszuba, Ethan Kennedy, Gabrielle Kulevich, Ericka L’Esperance, Sophia LaVita, Michael Lawler, Annabelle Lozzi, Joseph Malvone, Jessica Martinson, Kevin Mason, Michael McCarthy, Tatum McDonald, Daniel McElligott, Ashley Mercier, Jaycee Mitchell, Nicole Morello, Dylan Mullarky, Katherine Murphy, Ryan Murphy, Madisyn Murray, Abigail Nolan, Christopher O’Donell, Sean O’Donoghue, Michael Oatis, Eva Oppedisano, Mollie Osgood, Eric Packer, Sean Patrone, Juliana Ragucci, Molly Rasphoumy, Elsa Richards, Zachary Rogers, Charles Rooney, Madelynne Sainato, Nicholas Samaha, Hunter Sands, Phoebe Sassone, Lindsay Scalese, Antonio Smolinsky, Mia Stryhalaleck, Patrick Tassone, Grace Walsh, Molly Walsh, Daniel Watne, Ryan Weinstein, Braeden White, Evan Woltag and Benjamin WrightFinal Honor RollThe following students earned honor roll status with their final grade for the year:Grade 8High HonorsEmir Abdulla, John Andersen, Benjamin Andrus, Matthew Ardito, Anthony Biarrio, Taylor Breen, Amanda Broussard, Margaret Carroll, Akash Chatterji, Angelyn Ciampa, Audrey Curdo, Brian DeOliveira, Nicholas DiNatale, Will Doucette, Rhiannon Dyment, Joseph Dynan, Cameron Eich, Olivia Erler, Maura Fiorenza, Corinn Flanagan, Alex Flynn, Allison Foley, Rowan Fortier, Emily Fothergill, Alyssa Fricia, Anay Gandhi, Dante Giampaolo, Jacob Haerer, Lauryn Hanafin, Andrew Lavigne, Sarah LaVita, Holly Lemay, Paige Lohrman, Kristina Mason, Tayla McDonald, Emily McHugh, Michael Moody, Samantha Morris, Angela Palino, Lillian Perriello, Quinn Proulx, Alyssa Rago, Adriana Rice, Olivia Rogers, Lilly Rubin, Kelli Schuler, Evan Shackelford, Amanda Solari, Emilia Spina, Kevin Stevens, Caterina Tassone, Faith Thacker-Benoit, Laura Tran, Jonathan Villalta, Sandra Watne, Emily Watson, Kari Wells, Grace Wiberg-Pichetti, Haeleigh Wilson and Erik WoodlandHonor RollSalvatore Accardi, William Alworth, Alex Andoni, Anthony Angiuoni, Caitlin Balestrieri, Sofia Barletta, Christianna Bittarelli, Dillon Bloom, Isabella Botte, Nokomis Bramantecohen, Kayla Braz, Michael Broderick, Marisa Bryan, Sara Buckley, Vincent Callahan, Julia Campbell, Jake Chirichiello, Victoria Ciampa, Sarah Cirame, Daniel Conde, Bianca Corso, Shane Costello, Liam Crowley, Shea Cushing, Thomas Dalton, Jenna Danieli, Jamie Davis, Brett DeAmbrose, Jayden DeFrancesco, Joseph DeMoura, Gabrielle DeVerbigier, Kaitlyn Doherty, Kirk Donovan, Ryan Dusablon, Jake Dwyer, Liam Dwyer, Edward Edgerly, Jake Estrada, Jack Farrell, Haley Fisher, Danielle Flaherty, Emersyn Foresyth, Christopher Frizzell, Abigail Frye, Dominic Gabardi, Ashley Gallezzo, Charles Gardner, Brian Gargan, Lauren Giuliana, Alyssa Granara, Bryam Guevara, Daevin Harless, Emily Hassell, Lauren Hutchison, Angelina Johnson, Isabella Kieran, Celia Kulis, Thomas Kullman, Alexa Leone, Emily Long, Jeremiah Lozzi, Kaitlyn Maguire, Jeffrey Mahoney, Ella Malvone, Cameron Marzilli, Alexis Meza, Gabriella Monteforte, Jenna Moore, Chase Moreau, Madison Mulas, Jack Munro, Cassidy Murphy, Anthony Naimo, Rachel Nally, Kelsie Nansel, Meghan O’Mahony, Nathaniel Packer, Medha Pal, Leah Paolillo, Joseph Pastore, Isabelle Puccio, Allison Rebeiro, Nathaniel Rebinskas, John Rhind, Edward Ricupero, Jack Rooney, Andrew Ruff, Kaitlyn Smith, Olivia Spizuoco, Andrew Stokes, William Stuart, Adam Sulick, Joshua Tompkins, Jack Toomey, Adrian Trotta, John Ware, Zachary Weinstein, Madison Wright, Matthew Wright, Angelina Zaykovskaya and Joseph ZuccolaGrade 7High HonorsCasey Ahlin, Nikhitha Biju, Mallory Brown, Sarah Bryan, Griffin Carr, Grace Constantine, Samantha Cronin, Alisha DiNuccio, Alexis Edwards, Antonio Erickson, Eric Fischer, Cameryn Foresyth, Thomas Gargan, Caitlyn George, Rachel George, Rachel Gonzalez, Emily Gray, Carolyn Haas-Timm, Elisabeth Hayduk, Sara Hughes, Lauryn Hurley, Julia Kane, Ryan Kanihan, Nikos Koss, Audrey LaConte, Paige Lipski, Kammi Lucot, Srikar Mallajosyula, Carlie Malonson, Katie Manjourides, Dennis McConologue, Owen Mitchell, Michael Monteforte, Carina O’Donnell, Audrey Powers, Emily Provost, Ethan Ryan, Thomas Sica, Emily Tran, Matthew Villalta, Ryan Willson, Ella Wingate and Connor WoodHonor RollNathan Alberti, Sofia Skye Almeida, Sarah Arruda, Nicholas Atwater, Colleen Baldi, Emily Banks, Brian Barry, Natalia Bernard, Kylee Bevis, Allison Bolanos, Ryan Bornstein, Lexi Bowen, Karianne Calvoni, James Caples, Noah Carriere, Isabella Catalano, Alyssa Cavanaugh, Lukas Charini, Jessica Collins, Sydney Collins, Anabelle Cook, Owen Cushing, Jonathan Dalton, Jonathan DeFeo, Ava DeProfio, Sebastien DeVerbigier De Saint-Paul, Robert Dodge, John Dugan, Brett Ebert, Daniel Epie, Austin Farrell, Justin Finnegan, Kaitlyn Finnegan, James Fisher, Brenden Fitzpatrick, Kayla Flynn, Lily Flynn, Corinne Forcina, Cameron Gagnon, Marissa Gallozzi, Brett Gallucci, Kylie Gates, Lucas Gorham, Brayden Gorski, Alexa Graziano, Luis Gunera, Katelin Hally, Ryan Hayden, Kaelin Healy, Courtney Howell, Dylan Hurynowicz, Michael Ings, Emma Jensen, Lian Juergens, Lindsey Kane, Talina Khalil, Ryan LaRoche, Calvin Lemay, Michael Lewis, Sofia Lipsanopoulos, Colleen Logan, Cooper Loisel, Ava MacGilvray, Kaytlyn MacPherson, Jonathan Magliozzi, Marni McBride, Madelyn McCarron, Dillon McGrath, Sloane McIntyre, John McNamara, Kelsey Mendonca, Roman Moretti, Tyler Nguyen, Reegan Noble, Carlena Osgood, Aryan Patil, Rylie Patterson, Timothy Pearson, Isabella Piazza, Erica Raimo, Katrina Riekstins, Casey Robbins, Jacob Roque, Tyler Sheehan, Jacob Smith, Kassidy Smith, Laine Stockman, Patrick Stokes, Gregory Stratouly, Ryan Thomas, Evan Uftring, Mia Vestal, Jonathan Vlamis, Jackson Ward, Ella Wing, Brenna Young, Burke Zimmer and Marjorie ZimmerGrade 6High HonorsLindsay Anthony, Mantvydas Banevicius, Hannah Bryson, Megan Cali, Nathan Cardin, Ellianna Chronopoulos, Adam Davis, Antonia Di Zoglio, Brianne Dillon, Sofia DiNatale, Alison Doherty, Michael Dynan, Robert Elliott, Hannah Finberg, Josephine Finberg, Paige Fuller, Alissa Ganley, Alicia Gardner, Austin Harper, Abigail Hassell, Ian Jackson, Anna Jancsics, Caroline Jenks, Siddharth Karani, James Keck, Kyla Kelley, Alex Kennedy, Emerson Keohane, Emily Kitanov, Sara Kulis, Clyde Lambert, Alexandra Lavigne, Colin Lawson, Molly MacDonald, Kelci MacKenzie, Lily MacKenzie, Andrew Maiella, Joseph Malvone, Benjamin Marvin, John McLaughlin, Alexis Melvin, Adrienne Moore, Nathan Murray, Keira Rice, Elsa Richards, Charles Rooney, Charles Rosa, Riley Rourke, Neda Stoeva, Mia Stryhalaleck, Keira Sullivan, Patrick Tassone, Emma-Rose Toomey, Priscilla Vo, Ryan Weinstein, Rachel Wright and Adam YalcinHonor RollAvery Allen, Tobechi Amakor, Juliana Angiuoni, Julia Archer, Madison Benoit, Jared Bishop, Zachary Blonigen, Jake Bourgeois, Thomas Bradley, Jacob Breitenbach, Shaylan Bresnahan, Samantha Bryan, Thomas Burns, Ciara Cameron, Luke Cardin, Christian Carpinella, Andrew Castelli, Julien Cella, Christina Chesbrough, Katelyn Cirame, Timothy Clark, Connor Crane, Michaela Crowe, Luca Cudia, Maria Cummings, Kayleigh Cunningham, Robert Cyr, Sophia DeHart, Ava DeOliveira, Michael DeRose, Emma Diorio, Emily Doherty, Alexia Engvaldsen, Arianna Farrell, Emma Flynn, Jonathan Foresyth, Joseph Galvin, Anuj Gandhi, Rachel Garrett, Gracy Giammarco, Tiago Gomez, Emily Grace, Bruce Green Audette, Elizabeth Griffith, Courtney Healy, Patrick Hounsell, Nikolaos Iascone, Samar Johar, Tyler Kaszuba, Ava Kennedy, Ethan Kennedy, Gabrielle Kulevich, Anastasiia Kylinska, Ericka L’Esperance, Andrew Lamb, Sophia LaVita, Michael Lawler, Annabelle Lozzi, Isabella Luis, Jessica Martinson, Kevin Mason, Michael McCarthy, Tatum McDonald, Jake McLean, Maryellen McMahon, Ashley Mercier, Layne Miller, Samantha Miller, Jaycee Mitchell, Nicole Morello, Katherine Murphy, Ryan Murphy, Abigail Nolan, Christopher O’Donell, Sean O’Donoghue, Lily O’Malley, Michael Oatis, Eva Oppedisano, Mollie Osgood, Eric Packer, Lauryn Parr, Sean Patrone, Molly Rasphoumy, Ava Rega, Zachary Rogers, Madelynne Sainato, Avis Samaha, Nicholas Samaha, Phoebe Sassone, Lindsay Scalese, Antonio Smolinsky, Olivia Solari, Eric Spinney, Julee Sutton, Carly Thayer, Cassandra Tibbetts, Sarthak Tripathi, Joseph Wallace, Grace Walsh, Molly Walsh, Mackenzie Ware, Anna Warford, Daniel Watne, Braeden White, Evan Woltag and Benjamin Wright(NOTE: The above Honor Roll was submitted by Wilmington Middle School. Cover photo is from Jamie Boudreau of Airgoz Aerial Photography)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington High School Announces Fourth Quarter Honor RollIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Wilmington’s Rachel DiFronzo Named To Honor Roll At Bishop FenwickIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 6 Wilmington Students Earn Academic Honors At St. John’s PrepIn “Education”last_img read more


first_img “When they talk about their electric cars, many carmakers promote the same rational and empirical data-driven messages as they do with their internal combustion engined cars, such as range, economy and performance criteria,” Guillaume explains. “Kia prides itself on its power to surprise, which is why we wanted to move away from the rational and focus on the emotional, and embrace a warmer and more human approach to electrification.”OK, so let’s talk about what we do know: Kia’s concept is a large, C-segment car with a high-riding stance, “intentionally designed to not sit within the industry’s predefined vehicle categories,” according to the automaker’s statement. The front fascia has an illuminated grille surround, and the main headlights are housed in individual blocks of glass. Underneath the car is a “low-mounted, induction-charged battery pack that powers a compact drivetrain.” (This vague powertrain data is as technical as Kia gets.) Geneva Motor Show 2019 If you’re looking for hard data about Kia’s electric Geneva Motor Show concept, you’re out of luck. Dubbed “Imagine by Kia,” this big four-door doesn’t focus on things like power or range or advanced driving tech. Instead, it’s all about emotion.”Today’s drivers understandably have many questions about electric cars. They’re concerned about range, the recharging network and whether electric cars will still be dynamic and engaging to drive,” said Gregory Guillaume, Kia’s vice president of design, in a statement. “So, when we first started thinking about this concept and imagining what its role would be, we knew that the best way to answer those questions and address those concerns was by approaching electrification purely from an emotional point of view.”Answering questions by — *checks notes* — not answering them? Go on… Concept Cars Electric Cars 0 1:45 Kia See All Now playing: Watch this: reading • Kia Imagines an electric car with coach doors, silk seats and 21 screens Tags Geneva Motor Show 2019 Kia Mar 7 • New Peugeot 208 debuts i-Cockpit with 3D HUD Combo dashboard Apr 17 • The 2020 Jaguar XE gets its first major visual refresh 16 Photos Share your voice Mar 8 • VW is still ‘100 percent’ investigating a pickup truck for the US 2019 Kia K900: The best luxury sedan you’ve never heard of 2020 Kia Soul EV first drive: More style, more range, more fun ‘Imagine by Kia’ concept: part design study, part parody Imagine by Kia Concept brings 21 screens to the Geneva Motor Show The exterior color comes off as a sort of bronze, and there’s a lot of depth to the hue. Kia says six layers of chrome-effect silver paint were applied to the car’s body, and then covered in a bronze tint.A single piece of glass serves as the windshield and the roof, and tapers into a double-bubble design over the rear of the car. The more you look at the car, the more its elegant surfacing becomes apparent. But because of its 22-inch wheels, wrapped in Goodyear 255/35-series “Intelligrip EV Concept” tires, and large car proportions, it’s hard to tell if this car is really worthy of being called “pretty.” Seeing it in person will surely help.Enlarge ImageKia says the Imagine is about the size of a C-segment sedan, but uses SUV styling cues. Kia Open the coach doors and move inside, and you’re greeted by 21 individual ultra high-resolution screens. The displays curve their way across the dashboard for a look that’s “both casual and coordinated,” according to Kia. This super techy display is actually Kia poking fun at modern cars’ ever-growing infotainment displays.”These 21 incredibly thin screens are a humorous and irreverent riposte to the ongoing competition between some automotive manufacturers to see who can produce the car with the biggest screen,” Kia Europe’s head of interior design, Ralph Kluge, said in a statement.Imagine by Kia ConceptEnlarge ImageYo dawg, we heard you like screens… Kia When viewed from the driver’s seat, the 21 screens appear to form one single display. A robust infotainment system is said to be housed within, with “birds-eye navigation,” as well as the usual roster of media and connected functionality.The slim seating surfaces are covered in leather and silk, and the floating center console sits above the low, flat load floor. Two cargo compartments are found up front (a frunk) and around back, and the Imagine Concept uses a hatchback design, for easier access to your belongings.Given the lack of tangible data, it’s hard to, uh, Imagine this car is destined for production in some form or another. But we like what we see in terms of lighting and infotainment design, as well as body surfacing. Kia’s concept car may be short on details, but there’s certainly a lot to talk about.Imagine by Kia ConceptEnlarge ImageThe hatchback design is said to visually link this concept to the Kia Stinger. Kia More From Roadshow Post a comment 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Mar 7 • The Ferrari F8 Tributo is the last of the nonhybrid V8s •last_img read more


first_imgStreet Organized Noize will be hosting a community drumming session on Sept. 16 at the Archives Metro Station, 701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, from 4:30 p.m.to 7:30 p.m. The event is free of charge and is open to all ages. Musicians should bring their drums, instruments and voices. For more information about the event, visit streetorganizednoize.com.last_img