On the southwest side and at 4602 Sycamore Ave. On the east side. The drop off sites are open from 7:30am to 3:00pm Monday to Friday.. Okay, this sounds fun. I think, like many other millennials around my age range, we were the first generation, as teens, who grew up with social media on a large scale. We were kind of like the trial run for it.
The quickest and most obvious counter argument to this is the very visible side effects of the Hachette Amazon controversy. The reader and the consumer were the ones who suffered. It is not too difficult to imagine a futuristic scenario where a large, monopolistic seller will be the one who decides what gets published or what won’t be published..
Chris Eves and The New Normal opened the night with a set of funky rock. Each of them had evident musical talent. The bassist played a five string guitar and the keyboardist opened the title track off their album “Find Out Way” with a classical piano intro.
Once David had the gall to cast himself as a latter day Robert F. Kennedy, quoting the martyr: “I saw wrong and tried to right it.” “Wrongs righted” this season include 1: Pledging to drop a friend who gets cancer, because who needs that in their life. 2: Trying to close down his old nemesis “Mocha Joe” for serving lukewarm coffee on wobbly tables.
Highlights: The McGrath Group proposal for the East End (the Essen Haus properties) will be at Landmarks on Monday and Urban Design on Wednesday for informational presentations. Also Monday at Plan Commission is 929 E Washington. The glare study (a first apparently in a city land use application) has been completed and reviewed by UDC, there is a link below to the executive summary.
Smoothie with organic dark cherry/blueberry/blackberry blend that I got at Kroger last night. I’m saving the too sweet cherries for a treat that I enjoyed during the early pandemic days. Honey Nut Cheerios with sliced banana, defrosted cherries and oat milk.
‘I always wanted to create something iconic, and then Light Blue happened I went from no one knowing me outside the fashion industry to newspapers calling, paparazzi outside. I knew I had to build on that. I did a coffee table book with Dolce Gabbana, then I said I wanted my own clothing range, so I started talking to brands.