This inconvenient news comes to us courtesy of a tear in the space-time continuum that’s opened up in our breakroom, which is allowing our reporters access to the world of the future and also creating a really horrible draft.
“If you’re an improv group, just get one suggestion and then keep it. Reuse it for every show. That’s the only way we’re gonna save the planet’s delicate improv ecosystem.”
“Traditionally, cold temperatures through March and strong easterly winds keep the city’s beefiest baseball boys preserved in stasis until just before opening day.”
“No one can claim authority, for we are all forever students of life.”
"A few of them don’t quite seem to have their ‘skater’s legs’ yet, but that’s okay. They’ll get there soon enough!"
"I was really starting to wonder if the escalator would ever come back to life, but here we are in mid-February and it’s already starting to bloom! Climate change is wild, man."
“Margot’s is a legacy we’re very protective of.”
Chicago Style! Man Can Only Sleep With Radiator Clanging Like It’s About to Explode, Window Open, Fan On
Every night Jeremy drifts off to a deep, Chicago Style sleep with the pipes of his radiator making a sound like an Autobot and Decepticon fistfighting in his wall.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Tired Of Stressful, Unsustainable Lifestyle Of Gigging In The Same City Every Week
"The road stretching out before you like a grey arrow pointing to nowhere as you spend hours on a tour bus, wondering if this is what success feels like. This is the kind of stuff we’re missing out on!"
For Bradley, 2 (in human years), this marks the third attempt at the maze since trials began.