In Harlem hanging with Syb, the hubby and two children.
Caught up, had dinner, got my hair curled and talked some more.
From the comedian to the DVD hustler, dancers to the homeless guy or candy man, there is always someone soliciting. When it is not about money (or entertainment for.money), someone is upset that they got pushed on a crowded train.
So this guy comes on the train with either a ventriloquist act or maybe just a speech impediment but all his words were garbled but somehow distinctly able to be deciphered. Actually, it was kinda cool.
Then in plain English he says "you know sometimes I feel yall dont like homeless people but thats ok because thats your right. Everyone has a right to vote and do what they want. Those are your rights. I dont want anyone to feel like I am taking that away or forcing you to give but if you would like to out of the kindness of your heart then please do so."
Bucca di Beppo Italian restaurant - ambience is very...let's say interesting!
Gino's East Pizza
Literally a hole in the wall, we drove by so many times. It is on 400 1/2 N Franklin. Open Tuesday- Saturday
The sculpture and AT&T Plaza are located on top of Park Grill, between the Chase Promenade and McCormick Tribune Plaza & Ice Rink. Constructed between 2004 and 2006, the sculpture is nicknamed "The Bean"
The reflective design is s unique and intriguing.
In my hotel room catching up with Google Reader - Creflo Dollar