Partygoers got a glimpse into the future, as robots — including a fuzzy robo-seal — welcomed them to the Museum of Science and Industry’s 33rd annual Columbian Ball Oct. 19. Nearly 900 guests donned their black-tie best for the bash, co-chaired by Amy and Chris Crane and Anna and Bob Livingston.
Dear Jenny, My husband and I have been married for almost 10 years. The whole time, we’ve lived in the same city as his family, while my family lives across the country. I like his family and we are definitely close. We see them often, once or twice a week. But after seeing them so much for so many years, while we see my family only a couple of times a year, I am starting to really resent them and I’m finding it difficult to be around them lately. It’s not anyone’s fault, but I can’t seem to shake this frustration I have when my husband wants us to hang out with them, again. I hate feeling this way. Help! — Moira, Ill.