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When you’re up on the stage, it’s so unbelievable. Oh, unforgettable, how they adore you. But then your wife seems to think you’re losing your sanity. Oh, calamity, is there no way out?

This is what “order for delivery” means since 2020. I’m not going to complain since most of the food dropped off was free due to my rewards points. POPEYES!

Jason Meudt made this concoction of Drew and I at El Palmar from back in October

‘Bomb Cyclone’ Snow Storm To Hit Chicago Friday

Snow totals will vary over the area, with city dwellers expected to see around 5-10 inches. Lakefront areas may see less snow.. Well for a week now they’ve been threatening us with snow in the city. While it has been pretty damn cold no blizzard like weather so far this year. These meteorologists need to get on their game.

Cooler by the lake

The Red Line

I have to admit it I love the view of downtown from Montrose

I used to take this down Mt Washington every day to go to work. Had to catch a us at the bottom and go across the bridge to my office in Pittsburgh.

Saturday in the subzero weather I went to Culvers on my way to Output. However Output clsed earlier due to lack of patrons. WVN was also closed as well as Byron’s, Tack Quick and Walgreens

The scene where I fell in love with Juno Temple as Jamie Vine on HBO’s VINYL. I will honestly watch anything she’s in. The only actress I can say that about.

I’ve also been watching her on Fargo Season 5 and its a helluva role for her

Detroit Jason Kenski aka GUMP gets on national TV again at the Lions Playoff game 1/14/2024

On Saturday I’m taking an early train to Skokie to have lunch at Kaufman’s Deli then heading to the museum for the first time.

More than a place to get a meal, the Jewish deli is a community forged in food. “I’ll Have What She’s Having”: The Jewish Deli explores how Jewish immigrants, mostly from Central and Eastern Europe, imported and adapted traditions to create a uniquely American restaurant. The exhibition reveals how Jewish delicatessens became a cornerstone of American food culture, and how delis served as a lifeline for many Holocaust Survivors and refugees who came to the United States.

Get a taste of deli history through neon signs, menus, advertisements, uniforms, photographs, and film and TV clips. Plus, spark and share your own deli memories with fun photo ops and interactives!

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