The Chicago Bears is one step closer to the Lombardi Trophy after an impressive victory last Sunday at Soldier's Field against Seattle Seahawks. The entire team was clicking on all cylinders as Jay Cutlerlooked like an all-star quarterback, coach Lovie Smithorchestrated a solid game plan, and the offense and defense was dominant from the very first kick-off, as the home crowd cheered and celebrated Da Bears. Sunday, the Bears will battle the Green Bay Packers for the division championship and it should be a heated war.
Playwright Shywanee L. Manson debuts her newest stage play production, "My Sista', I'm Sorry!!!” A Tale of Love, Lies, Revenge and Healing!
Come and enjoy Jamaica in Chicago on January 22nd, at IIT Herman Hall, 3241 S. Federal. Tickets: $20.00 (www.shyfoxbooks.com). You will be amazed with the lessons behind the drama, when what happens in Jamaica doesn’t stay in Jamaica.
My Sista’, I’m Sorry!!!_ is a story of a doctor, Parris Bates, M.D. (Jamelia Amor), who decides that she needs an escape. Dr. Bates is newly divorced, and all cried out, so she picks herself up by taking a trip to Negril, Jamaica with her closest friends. Play stars Eric Lane, Keith King, Eugene Parker, Corey Bailey and Toya Turner. Also starring Mel Roberson, one of Chicago’s leading poets as “The Conscious”.
The not so newest face and name in T.V. talk is back with a new and exciting insight into Chicago's world of politics, business and community concerns. Garrard McClendon has landed on both feet after ending his chat fest on CLTV, to have re-emerged on WYCC Channel 20 (PBS), starting next Thursday, January 27th at 6:30pm.
With super producer Allison Hunter and a progressive production team, 'Off 63rd with Garrard' we go from the beach to the burbs every Thursday evening to engage and present new ways of thinking about issues relevant to Chicago and abroad.
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