These rooms, one as grand as a castle and 68 as tiny as a dollhouse, add some much needed warmth to Chicago’s winter.
Remember the artist who made those Strega Nona books you loved as a kid? I didn’t either… until I saw some images from his new book and was overcome with a wave of warm recognition and peace (with a sprinkle of nostalgia). Fittingly, calmness is exactly what “Quiet” is going for.
Maybe I’m misremembering, but isn’t there a G-20 rule that Pitbull is only allowed to be played strictly between the hours of 11pm and 4am? You know, the timeframe when you can shamelessly acknowledge that you somehow know every word to every Pitbull lyric. Of which there are three.
The scholars answer questions about their new book, “The Middle Ages In 50 Objects,” and choose items from contemporary culture that they think future historians would find important. Plus, get a sneak peek inside this entertaining art historical analysis.
It’s been one year since leaving my full time job to work full time as a freelance writer. As the freelance/ remote work life becomes more and more feasible, especially for those of us in creative or tech-driven fields, I get a lot of questions from friends and colleagues about how it’s been going. Do I like it? How do I find jobs? Would I recommend it? Here are three things I tell all of them.