Last Friday was the second of this year’s open studio parties in my building with over 800 guests! I advertised in advance– for lack of …

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This sunday was the 108th running of the Chicago Marathon. 40,000 people descend on the city to run it each year. Most of the time …

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Rubin has been in the US legally for over 40 years. He and his family owns a storefront flower shop in the mostly Mexican immigrant …

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If you’ve been to New York City recently you may have noticed Citibike, the super popular bike sharing program with 10,000 bikes on seemingly every …

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It comes as no surprise that Insurance companies get into a helluva’ fight from time to time. For this eventuality, they need lawyers at arms …

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Not just because my wife works at a professional theater, nor that so many intimate friends make theater, nor even because I live in arguably …

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It’s taken this long but molecular foodies and muscle car junkies have a common champion in Grant Achatz, the quasi celebrity chef behind celebrated restaurants Alinea …

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I can remember when a fresh Yellow Pages delivered to our door was like changing of the guard. It was crisp, not yet dogeared or …

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Southern California.  You’ve got it all. Beaches, constant sunshine, and hardworking crews, though I will forever be leery of you.  We recently had only one  day to …

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“The whole process of making pictures is so deeply connected to failure. You have an expectation you have a dream of what your picture is …

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