Lollapalooza Loses Loyal Following Jun28

Lollapalooza Loses L...

Every summer, Chicagoans and Suburban youths travel to Grant Park for Lollapalooza. In past years, tickets for all-day passes and for single day passes have sold out in hours. This year it took one week for four-day passes to sell out, with some single day passes still available, two months...

Throwback Thursday: ...

In 1995, on what would have been Selena’s 24th birthday, then Governor of Texas George W. Bush declared April 16th, Selena Day. This Throwback Thursday, let’s look at the legacy Selena has left in the years since her death. Selena was, and will remain one of the most beloved woman in the...

Wednesdays without W...

Ever step inside a coffee shop or retail store, order something and then realize you have no cash? Not a problem; you pull out your credit card or debit card and swipe. It’s an easy, painless transaction. Now have you ever been to a small boutique, a food truck or been with an on-call service...

Two for Tuesday: Two...

There’s no doubt commercials get in the way—marketers follow the consumers and then make their move. Advertisements are entertainment’s way of making profits off consumers’ interests. However, consumers have found ways of avoiding (more or less) television advertisements, and more ads...

Wednesdays without W...

Over the past five years, social media has revolutionized the industry, becoming the means for brands to build relationships with their consumers. But the brand-consumer relationship isn’t social media’s only match making success story. A good friend recently told me about the new guy she’s...