hursday’s brief snow would have otherwise gone unnoticed in Chicago, except for the fact that it marked another milestone in what has become quite the winter.
If record-setting cold temperatures this month weren’t enough, the amount of snow is also one for the record books.
The murder toll in Chicago for the month of January now stands at 42, making it the most deadly January in Chicago in more than 10 years.
January is typically a month when gas prices are low, but that is not the case this year.
Thunderstorms swept through the Chicago area overnight, but don’t get fooled — it’s still January, and more snow is soon coming.
Did you know that January is the month to get organized? According to the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), this year marks the seventh year that January is the month to get organized. NAPO wants to raise awareness on the benefits of getting organized and since getting organized is usually one of the top five New Years resolutions, what better time to start than now?
As the real Drew Peterson demands an apology from Illinois State Police for suggesting that he might have killed in fourth wife, Stacy, a trailer is now out for a Lifetime TV movie that suggests the very same thing.
The Sundance Film Festival will be making a stop in Chicago next year, with a screening at the celebrated Music Box Theatre in Lakeview.