Monthly Archives: November 2011

A Warrior Loses the Fight

A sad lull comes over the Windy City tonight as a city mourns a great lady.  Maggie Daley died this evening after fighting a valiant fight that began with breast cancer and mestasized to her other organs and bones. Earlier … Continue reading

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Daley Tree Lights up Chicago

Before the lighting of the tree, crowds gathered at Daley Plaza to officially bring in the holiday season. For the Spangler family from Western Springs, it will be a holiday season they will not forget.  They were the winners of … Continue reading

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It’s Mighty Nice at Water Tower

When someone thinks of mall food, they get visions of  fast food chinese, burgers, and of course chicken. It figures on the Mag Mile that Water Tower Place would be the exception to the rule. Recently we went to Mity … Continue reading

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Theatre in Wonderland

    Note:  This is my one hundredth post. I never expected this to take me as far as it has. I have met so many great people and also got to attend so many events.  I didn’t even plan … Continue reading

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Girl Power Comes to the Windy City

Sometimes it is just great to have a good cry , then just laugh. Well I did the other day with a whole theatre full of women . They were enjoying five dynamic actresses on stage in the latest Broadway … Continue reading

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A Fire Burns at Lookingglass

  I have yet to see a bad production at Lookingglass, and The Great Fire is no exception.  Originally I thought the play going to be a huge spectacle  like Lookingglass has become known for in the past few years. … Continue reading

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Halsted Becomes Haunted!

All photography is by Jennifer Hedrick The streets of Halsted were filled with all sorts of odd creatures on Monday night.  No it wasn’t Market Days, it was the fifteenth annual North Halsted Merchants Association Halloween Parade. Everyone waits all … Continue reading

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