January 1st was our last full day on the trip. Sad panda. But we made it count! We started our day at the Victoria and Albert. I’ve mentioned previously about my recent love of this museum. As a kid, I found the museum exceedingly dull but a combination of rebranding and maturity (on my part) […]Read More Winter Trip 2018: Part 8
It is December and that means best of the year lists! It’s fun to learn which I’ve read have been lauded (if any) and discover new books to read in the upcoming year. I’m going to make my annual contribution to the list. However, most lists focus on books that have been published in the […]Read More Top Books of 2017
On Friday night, I went to one of my favorite yearly events in Chicago: the Field Museum’s Members Night. I’ve only been a handful of times but every time is a marvel. I love going behind the scenes at museums. Also, its fun to see new exhibits as well. My favorite part are the behind […]Read More Field Museum Members Night
Want to make a tiny room using upcycled items in your house and garden? Join Liita Forsyth from The Little Bits Workshop to learn how to make your very own tiny room! The Little Bits Workshop is a DIY makerspace in River Forest where kids of all ages can learn how to sew, knit, make […] […]Read More Meet the Maker: The Little Bits Workshop — Chicago Northside Mini Maker Faire
Two words: Space Tomatoes. That’s one of many projects that the Schurz Food Lab will be showcasing at the Chicago Northside Mini Maker Faire. The program is led by the multi-talented Jaime Guerrero, Schurz food science lab founder and administrator, who wants to change minds and hearts about urban agriculture. Guerrero explains that the mission […] […]Read More Meet the Maker: Schurz Food Lab — Chicago Northside Mini Maker Faire
Want to learn how to use a power drill and make an amazing cool sculpture? Join Chicago Children’s Museum at the Chicago Northside Mini Maker Faire. The Chicago Children’s Museum is “a place where families and caregivers with infants and children are encouraged to create, explore, and discover together through play.”(1) One great place for […] […]Read More Meet the Makers: Chicago Children’s Museum — Chicago Northside Mini Maker Faire
This this this. Now is the time to show compassion. Welcome refugees, not shun them. My bowler hat off to France for showing courage. Shame on our politicians in the US for giving into fear and hatred. Vive le Francais! Source: Vive le Francais!Read More Vive le Francais!