Stage Play: Matters of the Heart – October 4

Playwright Phoenix Tyler has done it again! Check out the premier of her newest stage play, Matters of the Heart on Saturday, October 4, 2014 at Carver Military Academy, 13100 S. Doty Road in Chicago. More details about the play can be found at Matters of the Heart.

There is a 2:00 p.m. matinee and 7:00 p.m. evening show. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. They can purchased online or in-person (the locations are in the flyer below).

Contact (773) 499-8838 to order your tickets or for more information.

Matters of the Heart - October 4, 2014

 

Editor’s Note: This is a paid advertisement

Dare to C.A.R.E. Health Event – September 25, 2014

Dare to Care Invitation - 1

The University of Chicago is holding a reception to launch their Dare to C.A.R.E. vascular health program from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.on Thursday, September 25, 2014.

The event will take place at the U of C’s Medicine Center for Care and Discovery, 5700 S. Maryland, 7th Floor, Room 7870.

Yesterday was the deadline to register, however, I would still advise you to call Abigail Irvine at 773.834.0999 or e-mail her at the address above to find out if you can still attend.

 

The Location of My Social Media Session Has Changed Today

Get Heard Above the Noise on Social Media - September 2014

There has been a last minute change to our venue for our session, Get Heard Above the Noise on Social Media. It will be held at

Roosevelt University
Auditorium Building
430 S. Michigan, Room 232

Community Alert: Attempted Child Luring Around 98th & Sangamon

What South Siders Can Expect from the New Governor…Whomever It May Be

I tweeted Governor Pat Quinn and gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner to ask if they thought it would be easier to win the lottery or get a good paying job in Illinois. Here’s the conversation.

Twitter Convo with Gov Quinn

When I tweeted these guys, I did expect a response.

As you see, Rauner did not respond which is probably a good indication of what South Siders, or people who earn less than $10 dollars a year, can expect if he’s elected governor. We WILL be ignored.

When Quinn first responded, I was a little amused by his initial response. However, when I responded with stats and facts and he responded with that stupid answer, I was not happy.

After re-reading his response, I had to think about the fact that, again, this is what South Siders should expect if this guy gets in.

1) Your chances of winning the lottery will be better than getting a job – even if you don’t play the lottery.

2) You’ll probably get roundabout answers to your questions, if you get a response at all.

3) We will continue to get screwed if we don’t hold these people accountable.

So, as you can see, this upcoming governor’s race is purely a gamble. And based on the responses from these two candidate South Siders are going to lose regardless of who wins the race.