Archive for 2012

1st Annual Chicago International Social Change Film Festival

1st Annual Chicago International Social Change Film Festival
I had the opportunity to attend the 1st Annual Chicago International Social Change Film Festival (CISCFF). The Film festival took place at the ICON Theater on Roosevelt in Chicago, IL from Friday, October 5 – 7, 2012. CISCFF was founded by Mr. Emile Cambry (pictured right on featured image) and Mr. Todd Belcore (pictured left... Read more »

NO PARKING ZONE

NO PARKING ZONE
As a resident of Chicago, I have a HUGE problem with the vehicle and parking enforcements by our city’s finest. I’m not going to waste my time or yours focusing on the absurd cost of City Stickers and vehicle registration, but the regular day to day driving rigmarole that Chicagoans experience. <Insert_Cheesy_Subtitle_Here_–>> For Saving Grace... Read more »

The Read and Leave

The Read and Leave
The Read and Leave: A Growing Epidemic I have been actively blogging for roughly 3 years, and within that time I have read far more postings than I’ve written. The topic of ‘R&L’s, that I’ll introduce below, is something that I will have to firstly assume responsibility for as it has in the past applied... Read more »
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The Ride of Silence 2012

The Ride of Silence 2012
While en route home from working out at XSport Fitness in Logan Square when as I approached the intersection of Kedzie and Armitage, I noticed what appeared to be a parade of flashing bicycle lights with some individuals having on neon colored vests, as if to be representatives or workers of the City of Chicago.... Read more »

Just Say NO

Ok folks..this is going to be a real quick post on an application that I ran across today that completely jammed up my system to the point i had to hard reboot my machine and I’ve gotten 2 emails from their support about my request to have any details of my account being created set... Read more »

Happy Mother's Day, Dad

Happy Mother's Day, Dad
It’s days like Mother’s Day that we single out one parent, to thank and appreciate for all they’ve done in our life. Yet, in the same breath, or lack there of, there is no mention of the other. We say to ourselves, “Mom is the only name in Mother’s Day…so that’s who I’m going to... Read more »
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