The Shedd Aquarium had a nice exhibit on jellyfish with different tanks displaying different species, all colorful and mesmerizing.
I still can’t listen to “Ice Ice Baby” without thinking of Jim Carrey’s parody of it.
It’s snowing big-and-clumpies.
In his 1991 book Baghdad Without a Map, Tony Horwitz, a freelance journalist who lived in the Middle East during the 1980s, wrote about visiting Saddam Hussein’s Iraq before the Persian Gulf War.
They take care of business at the Student Health Center: just help yourself to the basket of condoms.
Look! It’s Long Island Italiana Barbie, complete with a fake leopard skin and gold lamé dress!
We usually miss the live nativity scene at the church down the road.
My brother once observed, “You’re only as safe as I am sane.”
Here’s a good rule of thumb: famous artists’ private lives do not make good children’s books.
Kevin Youkilis will be joining the Yankees next season.
A couple came in to buy their Senior Passes today. They were both over seventy, but I had to see their IDs anyway.
I was sad to hear Oscar Niemeyer died but I’m looking forward to see what his tomb looks like.
A trailer for the movie World War Z, set for release next year, got our attention so I borrowed the book by Max Brooks from the library.
Not only did I see the Wienermobile on Sunday but today I saw a beaver at the park. I’m not sure which is more exciting.
I saw a real, honest-to-goodness Oscar Mayer Wienermobile turning out of gas station on Muscatine Avenue.
Cedar waxwings have visited the crabapple tree outside our apartment pretty regularly in the last month.