Note: Some of this story is true, some is made up. See the end for clarification. In the spring of 1968, a junior year abroad university student in London, I […]
Tuesday, Nov. 28, is the National Day of Giving. It always falls on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving. The day was “initiated by Henry Timms,” according to nationaltoday.com, which adds […]
Thanksgiving is as American as Indians, Pilgrims and turkeys. The day not only celebrates our early history but also voices one of the better parts of our nation’s character: giving thanks to the God in whom we trust. Other nations, these days, may not be grateful for America, but most Americans are, despite its shortcomings. Democracy continues to be a work in progress.
Update: New study shows young athletes dying with CTE.
As most of us know, there are several titles for the month of November, including Veterans and Military Family Month, National Homecare and Hospice Month, Child Safety and Protection Month, […]
It’s a recent Sunday morning and I’m sitting at my friend Kate’s kitchen table with four other women. We all live in the Chicago area and have been meeting occasionally […]
For the past month, I have had some kind of cold-like illness and have worn a mask to protect others. The good thing is that I was tested twice and […]
Is there a more iconic eating place in Evanston than Sarkis Cafe? Maybe not. Located at 2632 Gross Point Road, a block north of Central Street, it has been serving […]
One lazy Saturday morning this October, while watching Netflix Halloween cartoons with my two young children, I noticed a character who appeared to be acting in an especially hostile manner. […]
If you’re like me, you have been alternately fascinated and alarmed by the news about artificial intelligence or AI. So what exactly is AI anyway? Generative AI products are capable […]