Want to Try Out Co-Working for Free? This Week Offers Your Chance

Co-working is a growing option to solve a number of problems presented by the modern economy. Often privately owned startup companies can’t afford office options with the amenities they need to do their jobs – like conference rooms and high-speed Internet connections. Businesses that operate during only one eight-hour segment of the day are not earning […]

How About a Pint of Science

Sadly, for me, my enjoyment of science went south sometime in my middle school years. It was probably me, but I remember harsh, uninspired teachers. It probably wasn’t the subject and it’s likely I didn’t give the teachers much of a chance. But who knows? If only they’d offered it with adult beverages, the entire […]

Last Days of Autumn Brewing Opens on Magnolia

An interested person would need a score card to follow the openings in and around downtown. Last week  I declared something of a watershed with the opening of three new businesses in one week: K Brew, Balter Brewing and Old City Wine Bar. I missed a significant one as Last Days of Autumn opened on […]

New Brewery: Last Days of Autumn

Just about the time I think I’ve got a handle on all the new breweries coming to the downtown area, I find another. I’ve nosed around the area out Jackson on McCalla over to Magnolia and across to Standard Knitting Mills and into Parkridge a bit, recently. It’s really all pretty close together. I’ve written […]