Unless you’ve been ignoring the Internet, TV and every single person on Earth for the past week, you’re probably aware that at midnight on Friday the 13, while most of us slept, performed pagan rituals to ward off bad luck or practiced our Beyonce swagger in the mirror (hypothetically), Bey dropped a new album on iTunes — with zero warning, zero promotion and zero remorse.
Let’s face it: As much fun as the holidays can be, this is a rather stressful time of year. All of the shopping, coordinating of schedules, parties and traveling alone can make even the most organized of people neurotic. Not to mention that we’re piling all of these extras upon our already-busy day-to-day lives.
The Art Institute of Chicago offers both creative connoisseurs and the merely curious a way to make the season bright.
Jon Kelley is quite literally a man on the move. Two weeks into his latest gig as the host of WFLD-Channel 32’s “Good Day Chicago,” Kelley is still finishing his relocation from San Francisco, meaning his day is divided between furniture shopping, waiting on the cable guy and hosting five hours of live television each morning.