Had enough of political campaign ads? Besieged by TV commercials to the point that you’re thinking it would be more fun to cast a vote for Marcia Brady in her campaign for student body president than for governor? Yup, me too.
Sept. 26 2:10 p.m. |
It’s the song that currently has me dancing around my kitchen like a junior high school girl, but there’s another reason I’m giddy about “All About That Bass,” America’s No. 1 song for the second week in a row: The lyrics.
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Sept. 25 2 p.m. |
On a recent friends and family camping adventure, rain got the better of us and we wisely opted to trade in our campfire fare and umbrellas for seats in a warm and dry restaurant. As we perused the menu we came across an unexpected appetizer offering.
Sept. 25 noon |
For 50 years, Jim Peterik has been a staple of the Chicago-area music scene. He first hit it big with the Berwyn-based band the Ides of March and their brassy single “Vehicle,” before co-founding Survivor, best known for its anthemic “Eye of the Tiger."
Sept. 25 6 a.m. |
Robert K. Elder
If you’re thinking the NFL has a big problem with the domestic abuse scandal that has come to light over the last few weeks, you need to expand your thinking a bit.
Sept. 23 12:01 p.m. |
What's life like for a recently separated woman? Ask Love Essentially host, Jackie Pilossoph, and one of her closest girlfriends, Kathy McCarthy.
Sept. 22 2:16 p.m. |
DAN MORAN: On a recent Saturday night, there was a sizeable lump of revelers on the south side of Libertyville’s Cook Park, listening to live music and generally living it up. Looking for something more relaxed on our Parents Night Out, we headed to Mickey Finn’s but found that hundreds of other people had beaten us to it, packing the place to the doors.
Sept. 22 12:45 p.m. |
Dear Help Squad, I’m hoping you can help me! We hired Kater Floor Service, in Glenview, to refinish some of our wood floors in December 2013.
Sept. 22 12:30 p.m. |
I support Leslie Munger because I know she will fight for balanced budgets, reduced spending, and will find common sense solutions for Illinois ...