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Category Archives: Chicago Tribune’s RedEye Columns
RedEye Chicago November 3, 2011 Lunch has always been my favorite part of the work day. I know that isn’t a very controversial stand to take—I might as well declare that the Chicago winters get pretty bad or Hugh Jackman … Continue reading
RedEye Chicago September 7, 2011 I view the up-coming autumn with an increasing sense of dread. The air grows ominously cooler, Starbucks has pumpkin flavored coffee, and annoyingly cute couples make plans to go apple picking. Why does my dread … Continue reading
RedEye August 4, 2011 My world has, for the most part, only gotten better as CGI has improved. It’s let me visit Jurassic Park, follow shifty-eyed Gollum to Mordor and witness Spider-Man swing through the New York skyline in a … Continue reading
RedEye July 13 2011 I have a confession to make: I have pop culture shame. It’s not something I like about myself. I’m deeply torn between my desire to appear cool and my absolute, ocean-spanning, climb-every-mountain love for all things … Continue reading
RedEye June 18, 2011 Forget universal health care. Forget gun control. Forget the vast socioeconomic divide ripping the country apart. We have failed as a society when there are young ladies walking around with their skirts tucked into their panties.
RedEye May 7, 2011 My husband is a wonderful guy. He’s smart, handsome, kind, funny, and yet he does something that disgusts usually sensible women. He doesn’t wear a wedding ring.
RedEye March 18, 2011 There are a lot of things I love about the men of Chicago. I love the way they proudly wear their Bears/Cubs/Sox/Blackhawks hats even when their team was crushed the night before. I love the steely … Continue reading
Chicago Tribune’s RedEye January 5, 2010 I recently was alerted to a horrific trend that I feel compelled to rally against. No, it’s not a new e-mail scam that steals your identity or some weird new way kids are getting … Continue reading
Chicago Tribune’s RedEye, December 8, 2010 The average male ego is taking a beating. From “Jersey Shore” to the Quileute Nation in the “Twilight” novels, it seems like everyone and his werewolf best friend has a set of six-pack … Continue reading