Archive for February 2014

Chicago: Move out, or don't

Chicago: Move out, or don't
While most people that live in Chicago love to bitch about it, we all have one thing in common, we all love our City. Though we bitch about the cold, traffic, crime, and even how dirty Lake Michigan is, most of us would not trade it for the world; however, Cities Journal thinks we should... Read more »

Living in fear: For some it's a way of life

Living in fear: For some it's a way of life
Once a month, bloggers across the ChicagoNow network come together to participate in Blogapalooza. Blogapalooza is where we all write about the exact same topic regardless of the central focus of our blog. We are given the topic at 9:00 p.m., and a post is due exactly one hour later. This month, the topic is... Read more »

Chicago Pride Fest & Market Days announce headliners

The biggest news is that <a href="http://www.belindacarlisle.tv/" target="_blank">Belinda Carlisle</a> has been confirmed to headline Market Days in August. To say I'm excited is an understatement.
Winter may be over staying its welcome here in Chicago, but now is the time to start clearing your calendar for Chicago Pride Fest and Market Days. There are some big names coming up this year to entertain us during two of Chicago’s biggest festivals. To get a taste of how awesome the talent is,... Read more »
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Joe Walsh goes after LGBTs, Al Sharpton, and Trevon Martin

Former Congressman Joe Walsh has apparently finally gone off the deep end, not that he had far to go. He went on Twitter last night to claim that gay people have become “constitutional terrorists”. The LGBT community has become nothing more than a group of constitutional terrorists #tcot — Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) February 25, 2014... Read more »

Donna Day: Help fight childhood cancer

Donna Day: Help fight childhood cancer
In case you were not aware, today is Donna Day. Who is Donna, you ask? Donna is the daughter of Mary Tyler Mom. Fortunately, I have the blessing of knowing Donna’s mom, and I can tell you she does a lot of good work for a lot of children with cancer. Unfortunately, I only know... Read more »

Citizens of Arizona have a chance to prove they are not hateful, same to you Georgia

Citizens of Arizona have a chance to prove they are not hateful, same to you Georgia
Many in the country are waiting patiently to see whether Arizona Governor Jan Brewer veto’s the recently passed bill that would allow businesses in Arizona to discriminate against gays and lesbians. NBC News even claims that the Governor’s political adviser Chuck Coughlin states that this bill was not part of the agenda, and that the... Read more »
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