I must say, what Chicago is becoming is horrendous. Merchants leaving, stores closing, violence approaching 90s levels but all over the city rather than in isolated areas, citizens unsafe, and police with no resources to do their jobs are overwhelming. All these horrible factors are changing the game all at once and there's not a … Continue reading The State of Chicago
Burn Out Available on Amazon!
My short crime fiction story, Burn Out, is now available on Amazon Kindle! I plan for it to be the first of many crime fiction stories to come out and am already working on the next story. The series will be called The Hill, referring to the fictitious Cottage Hill Police Department just outside of … Continue reading Burn Out Available on Amazon!
17 Seconds – A Poem About the Chicago Blackhawks 2013 Stanley Cup Win
* 17 Seconds * A Blackhawks Poem Emotions run high Along with stress The twists and the turns Would leave you a mess Up and down the ice they go Skating towards And away from the Crow Up in the zone Of course, is Tazer, Dangles a bit And fires a laser The crowd goes … Continue reading 17 Seconds – A Poem About the Chicago Blackhawks 2013 Stanley Cup Win
Kaner Gets 1K
Patrick Kane just joined a very elite group of NHL greats, tallying his 1,000th career point in the League coming against the Winnipeg Jets. Becoming the 90th player in the history of the National Hockey League to do so, Kane has put his name alongside greats such as Mario Lemieux, Gordie Howe, and the Great … Continue reading Kaner Gets 1K
Summer is over…
A summer filled with heavy humidity and not much sunlight (for me, anyway) has finally come to a close and fall is here. I love fall in Chicago because the leaves on the trees change to gorgeous shades of red, orange, yellow, and brown, altering the landscape of the city. The cool breeze comes on … Continue reading Summer is over…