Laura Grock is an award-winning TV producer and wry observer of life. A native of Chicago's North Side, this recovering lawyer and Diet Pepsi addict shares her quirky adventures in and around the vibrant, eccentric, and sometimes downright confounding Windy City. This is Chicago, baby.
Vishwas Anand feels poetry can influence minds and hearts as you sway to your latent emotions and seek that perfect resonance.
As Day gears up to bask in another of its glorified moments, Night wonders when in its day it had the last laugh.
An identity crisis arises out of the complexity of fueling further ends than the end itself. Is it for better or for worse?
Can we summon destiny into the path leading to our ever-eclipsing destination? Must we prod our egos to plod along?
How inclusive is the narrow coarse road to our destination? How straight is the straight and narrow to lead a gratifying life?
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The world impacts us. What happens in our towns, cities, states, country and on this planet makes a difference to us.
Life advice – from one friend to another!
As the sun sets, the day ends, thoughts crowd our minds...
Published 11:39 a.m. June 18, 2013
Chef Carlos Torres' global menu at 660 at The Angler's in South Beach is not to be missed.
Published 12:22 p.m. March 14, 2012
Even political strategist Dick Morris supports William J. Kelly's effort to "take Chicago back from the Democrats." Maybe that's why Democrats are trying to stop him.
Published 1:15 a.m. November 2, 2011
Marzipan ghosts, cinnamon rolls, and gargoyles? That's Chicago's Andersonville.
Published 9:07 a.m. October 7, 2011
Leonard Nimoy is finally hanging up his Vulcan ears in retirement. But is this really goodbye, Mr. Spock? Star Trek fans say, "no!"