Archive for November 2011

T-Mobile Bringing Holiday Cheer to Schaumburg This Thursday, December 1st

Just came across a cool event taking place tomorrow, Thursday, December 1st, at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. T-Mobile is taking over the mall for a very special holiday event. Throughout the day, 100 Chicago-area women, joined by Carly Foulkes, T-Mobile’s TV spokesmodel, will be surprising audiences with a special musical performance of “Home for the... Read more »

Black Friday or Cyber Monday, When Do You Spend More Dough???

Until recently the Friday and weekend after Thanksgiving was filled with lining up at your favorite retailer at unbelievably early hours to get that $10 CD player or $2 DVD, but thanks to the rise of online shopping, the game’s completely been changed. The real question these days is: Black Friday or Cyber Monday, what... Read more »

Old Holiday Lights Shine Bright For Clearbrook

Recently I was contacted by a member involved in a great holiday program supporting Clearbrook, a recognized leader in the field of assisting those with developmental disabilities with personalized day training, employment, residential, and clinical services at more than 45 locations in the Chicagoland area. The program is called Clearbrook’s Old Holiday Lights Recycling program.... Read more »

New Holiday Music From American Idol (and Wheeling Native) Haley Reinhart

It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from American Idol and local resident Haley Reinhart, but for those fans of her, near and far, she has a new song out for the holidays. It’s her and AI Season 10 Alum Casey Abrams singing “Baby It’s Cold Outside”. Good to see she’s taking her time to... Read more »

NBA Lockout...Does Anyone Really Care?

NBA Lockout...Does Anyone Really Care?
Seriously…a sport that plays second fiddle to football in almost every major market that no one has seemed to care that it’s been locked out for over a hundred days and canceled portions of its season. In Chicago I know the Bulls are pretty popular, especially with D-Rose being the MVP and a hometown kid,... Read more »

My Personal View On Unsupervised Dog Parks

Making it’s way around the local online news outlets yesterday and today was a story about a poor little Maltese/Yorkie mix named Jasper that was attacked at a local dog park in Naperville by two bigger dogs, not something that any dog lover likes to read about, for either side of the incident. Luckily Jasper... Read more »