You Need to Stop Shaming Me for Being Single.

You need to stop shaming me for being single.

 

It’s not ME.  It’s YOU.

 

SERIOUSLY.

 

 

Being single Being single is not a disease

 

 

I have been questioned, studied and treated with Continue reading

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Exhibitionism The Rolling Stones is a Badass Good Time!

The Rolling Stones have been cranking out heart pounding, soul lifting rock ‘n roll for 50 years.  Can you believe it!  The band put together a traveling collection of their history entitled Exhibitionism The Rolling Stones to mark this momentous anniversary,   This amazing exhibit rolled out in London, made its way through New York City, and it is now open in Chicago at Navy Pier.  You can catch it there until the end of July 2017.  Tickets for adults start at $35, and there are discounted tickets for children, seniors, and military.

 

 

Exhibitionism The Rolling Stones Chicago

 

 

I checked out Exhibitionism The Rolling Stones as soon as it opened over Easter weekend and I loved it.  This exhibit is huge, so I recommend Continue reading

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Recap of the Tax March in Chicago

The Tax March took place in over 150 cities in the U.S. (and some cities abroad) with hundreds of thousands turning out to demand that Donald Trump shows us his tax returns.

 

 

Tax March Chicago

 

 

 

Tax March Chicago Daley Plaza

Beautiful day for a peaceful protest!

 

 

I attended the Tax March in Chicago which began with Continue reading

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5 Awesome Reasons You Need to Visit Chess Records

I am a serious music lover.  More specifically, I adore the blues and rock ‘n roll.  Etta James is my favorite singer of all time.  By a stroke of good luck, I live just five blocks from Buddy Guy’s Legends in Chicago. However, I have a serious confession.  I also live eight blocks from the historic Chess Records Studios but had not toured it until last week. This fact seems unbelievable, but I have, finally, righted that wrong. Today, I am happy to share my experience with you.  Below is the rockin’ good news about Chess Records:

 

History

 

 

Chess Records was formed and run by Continue reading

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Women’s March: The Amazing Day the World Dissed Trump

In case you missed it, the Women’s March took place on Saturday.  History was made as millions of people, across all 7 continents, joined together to throw global shade at Donald Trump.  It was an epic “fuck you,” the likes of which we may never see again.

 

Many people took the position that they were marching more in support of a particular issue(s) rather than against Donald Trump but let’s not bury the lead here.  Millions of people around the globe (that’s planet Earth!) mobilized in response to the divisive, hateful and ignorant rhetoric of one man.  

 

 

THINK ABOUT THAT!

 

 

 

Women's March

 

 

 

How the Women’s March started

 

One Hawaiian woman posted her idea on Facebook to march against Continue reading

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