Heard! Behind! Yes chef! These are some phrases you’ll hear working in the kitchen of a restaurant. As a former service industry person myself, hearing that lingo feels like coming home. That's why I found myself drawn to the crass and lovable Chicago TV series The Bear.
While feelings of dread and anxiety are universal, different cultures have different takes on what scares us the most. Here are a few of the most frightening books translated into English.
Car culture is a big deal at my house. Models of cars are on our shelves, videos of car guys are often playing on our tv, and we frequently stop to admire an especially rare car when we see it on the street (or "in the wild").
From Swamps to Parks: Building Chicago's Public Spaces is on display now in Harold Washington Library Center's 9th floor exhibit hall. Want to experience Chicago Parks for yourself? Here's a fun scavenger hunt to get you started!
Join local environmental justice groups People for Community Recovery, Southeast Environmental Task Force and Little Village Environmental Justice Organization for a panel-style discussion about Chicago's environmental challenges and triumphs.