Month: December 2023

SPOTLIGHTED PODCAST ALERT (YOUR ARTICLE BEGINS A FEW INCHES DOWN)… Impact Wrestler of the Week: Mickie James Mickie returned to Impact TV recently in the role of EVP for the NWA Empower show, but last week she finally made a formal challenge to Deonna Purrazzo to fight for the Knockouts title at Bound for Glory. […]
Do-It-Yourself (DIY) loudspeaker projects are quite common in the UK, where details about several excellent designs, including a recent one by Martin Colloms, have been published for public domain consumption. Stateside, the situation is rather grim, where only an occasional subwoofer project (always popular) makes it into the commercial magazines. Whatever this imbalance may say […]
SHOREWOOD, IL — Several weeks after West 52 BBQ filled the vacancy at the original location for Casa Maya Mexican Restaurant, Shorewood has attracted Making Sweet Memories to fill the empty Cookie Jar Bakery storefront in the same business plaza. Making Sweet Memories was previously in Minooka. Signs for the new Making Sweet Memories in […]
CALIFORNIA — As months of headlines trumpeting an historic El Niño winter gave way to a lackluster start to California’s rainy season, something unprecedented was quietly happening in the Pacific Ocean. Historically warm surface temperatures contributed to an increased likelihood of an El Niño for the record books, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric […]
EVANSTON, IL — The Evanston transgender activist who was found dead last year in Lake Michigan in unexplained circumstances is set to have a North Side street named in her honor. Elise Malary was a founding member of the Chicago Therapy Collective, or CTC, a not-for-profit with the mission of advancing queer liberation and alleviating […]
DANVERS, MA — Cindy VerColen said she was at a crossroads in her professional life during the COVID-19 health crisis as she left her successful job and career to devote time to assisting her aging parents as they dealt with health issues and the effects of the pandemic. It was during that transitional time for […]
AURORA, IL — Aurora City Council approved a new TIF district agreement with Batavia Public School District 101 that is expected to allow the Hollywood Casino relocation and resort project to move forward. The boundary for the new district will extend the current one to Bilter Road to the north, Farnsworth Avenue to the east, […]
UPPER WEST SIDE, NY — A “career con-artist” and his family members managed to rent an upscale Upper West Side loft for two years without paying for more than one month’s rent, the building’s management company contended in a lawsuit. West 60th Street Associates, which manages a residential townhouse at 245 West 71st St., alleges […]
Envie de regarder une comédie romantique vraiment réussie ? Alors jetez-vous sans tarder sur "Deux moi", fable contemporaine bourrée de charme signée Cédric Klapsich dans laquelle excellent François Civil et Ana Girardot. Une comédie romantique 2.0. qui raconte la difficulté des jeunes adultes à trouver l’amour dans notre époque ultra-connectée, ça vous tente ? Alors […]
MANCHESTER, NJ — If you don’t want to deal with door-to-door salespeople interrupting your peace and quiet, sign up for the Manchester Township No Knock Registry. That reminder was issued Monday evening by Councilman Joseph Hankins at the Township Council meeting, particularly for residents who are new to the township. It was enacted into the […]