A place for you to voice your workplace horror stories, hot tips, good advice (not-so-good advice), and job market rants. You never know when your bad experiences could keep someone out of trouble. Send Jessica what you got, so she can feel your pain.
All photos courtesy Kayla Trebotich Photography There are two kinds of people in the world: those who ride bikes, and those who don’t. To some, bicycles aren’t important. They’ve got a car, vespa, or a U-Pass. They might even brave rush-hour on a segway. To others, bicycles can mean the difference between food and no […]
Economy-sheconomy. Get rid of the job interview jitters by reading this (almost) foolproof guide to impressing your future boss. Have the answers to all the tough questions before you even step in the door.
The 411 on performance poetry and how to give it a try in the Chi if you think you’ve got what it takes.
Half of the blood in me comes from Spanish ancestors, yet I have no clue what any of my heritage means to me; how that blood runs down to the foundation of my life as an American.
The Quinn sisters are back in our city since their last visit in October of ’08, and this time, with a little more edge.
Everything I’d found to be proud of in Texas was ingrained over a lifetime of living nowhere else. But here’s a chance to discover the things that keep hoards of people moving to the Windy City every year.