If there was one place I was sure would always be safe from reality it was the world of television commercials.
Dear Help Squad, I was to have AT&T U-verse Triple Play (TV, internet and voice) installed at my home on July 14, 2014. Only TV and internet were successfully installed; land line voice was not. Since the AT&T installation, I can call out, but I cannot receive calls. It is now early September.
Sept. 16 11:28 a.m. |
In fact, coyotes are so non-rare here that Oak Park’s village newsletter in January featured a story headlined, “Coyotes a part of Oak Park life.’’
From Hefeweizen hummus to beer mustards to carefully crafted pickled squash — chefs everywhere are bringing the bling this Oktoberfest season.
Sept. 13 6:15 a.m. |
I bet if someone did a poll asking men and women to rank the importance of good sex in a relationship on a scale of 1 to 10, most people would give it at least an 8.
Sept. 11 1 p.m. |
The local township’s existence can’t be a top-of-mind problem for most River Forest residents.
Sept. 8 2:15 p.m. |
By Paul Sassone
I wish I liked Burger King hamburgers. Because if I liked Burger King hamburgers I could stop eating them. That would be my small contribution to the urged boycott of Burger King.
I had the good fortune last week to meet an earnest young man from the North Shore who is researching solutions to life’s most universal and enduring problem — the concentration of great wealth in just a few amid abject poverty for the rest despite an abundance of resources.
Sept. 8 11:12 a.m. |
Let’s face it, we’re living in a day and age where most folks are more concerned about name brands than knowing the names of their butcher and fish monger, but Erik Williams and Brad Knaub are changing all that by bringing top quality meat and fish to Oak Park.