Mariano's Customers Will Now Be Able to Dispose of Their Produce In-Store Immediately After Purchasing It
“At the end of the day, what sets us apart from the competition is that we provide a higher level of service,” said Artie Bulmer, 37, the head of service developments at Kroger, Mariano’s parent company. “And what our research tells us is that Mariano’s customers love buying produce of all shapes and sizes, but they absolutely hate waiting to throw it out until they get home.”
“We now recognize the unfortunate irony in the project name,” wrote Kurtz, “but we had no idea that our attempt to make a holistic workplace seating solution would result in excruciating pain and a primal fear response from the user.”
“For years, we’ve fielded complaints about how weak the heat lamps are at our outdoor CTA stations,” said Morlin VanDel, 43, spokesperson for the CTA. “Today, we do something about it. Keeping our heat lamps warm is our number one priority.”
HUMBOLDT PARK — While trying to find a place to park in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, Cindy Bertram, 31, a nanny, briefly had to consider whether a somewhat-shoveled, chair-filled parking spot w
“I was just trying to get some dinner,” said Kirkman, still huffing and puffing after running from the mob for several blocks, “and the guy at the door started screaming ‘A 26th person is trying to get in! Drive away the beast, lest we all get the plague!’ I just wanted some mostaccioli diavola. I can’t make it at home, I don’t own any pots!”
STREETERVILLE — In an effort to continue safety measures as restaurants slowly reopen to indoor dining, new limitations are reducing all menus to 25% capacity.
“This was a tough decision,” said Greektown, 132. “Greektown is great, and pretty affordable as far as Chicago goes. But I’m ready for something new, and I feel like a nice new place in Wrigleyville, bustling with nightlife, offers me that.”
Bogart in Chief: Lori Lightfoot Denies All Those Loop Tightwads the Opportunity to Smoke a Spliffy-Iffy of the Stinky-Dinky With Ruling Against Downtown Pot Shops
The mayor’s office remains adamant that top-tier bud will never find a home downtown during Mayor Lightfoot’s tenure.
Jacobs admits that while he hasn’t been to an actual store in over 6 months, the utility of having a car is simply too good to give up.
Other tier restrictions announced by the governor for Tier 1 include allowing you to go to the bar only if you have a bad time and the controversial “no kissing in the gym” rule.