New year. New Ally Spiroff. New Chicago restaurants to get excited about. New Loyola Phoenix article I wrote about these new Chicago restaurants. Out with the old, in with the new. Fried walleye from the now closed Embeya. The couple behind the restaurant will be opening a new restaurant, HaiSous, in early spring. Courtesy ofContinue reading “Chicago To See Several Talent-Backed Restaurants Opening In Coming Months”
Over the past couple of years, the second weekend in July has quickly become one of my favorite weekends of the entire year. Why? Three words: Pitchfork. Music. Festival. Since I am living in the Midwest, I have to go to Pitchfork Music Festival every year, because it is the best music festival here. IContinue reading “All Good Things Come in Pairs: Pitchfork Music Festival 2016 in Review”
Guys!!! It’s been a while. What’s up?! How are you?! I hope that everyone reading this post is having an amazing summer so far. I certainly am having an amazing summer so far, which is why it has been a while since you have received any updates from me. I am big believer in theContinue reading “@runningforlife2: update edition”
Want to know something else pretty DOPE that I learned how to do this semester? I built an entire analytics report for the website an organization called Community Toolbox, a free, online resource partnering with the University of Kansas for people looking to to create healthier communities and bring about community change. I love gradContinue reading “Website Data Analytics”
http://online.anyflip.com/fwiu/ydsj/ Guys! I know it has been a little while, but I need to show you what I have been working on this semester in grad school! I posted today about my digital design book, and I am going to follow up that post with another cool project I have been working on. InContinue reading “U N R A V E L New Orleans”
http://online.anyflip.com/fwiu/jrcg/ As cities like Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco grow more popular, city lovers and dwellers are becoming more open to options of unique and beautiful cities to live in outside of major cities like New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Milwaukee could anticipate this type of growth in their city, as Milwaukee isContinue reading “MkE: born & raised”
In my digital production class this first semester of grad school, I got a taste of what a video journalist’s job is like. In this class, I was forced to step out of my comfort zone of writing and into the world of video. I welcome a good challenge, and it was certainly a necessaryContinue reading “Urban Bait”
An expert opinion with a personal spin on how to be a Wisconsin football fan in Chicago.