Co-working spot Grind is all about crushing the cubicle. Jousting the jargon. Busting best practices. Tossing the — OK, you get the idea. The Manhattan-headquartered shared workspace community opened its 11,000-square-foot Loop location in mid-September at 2 N. LaSalle St. Julia Evans, Chicago community manager, gave us a tour of the sunny, 22-foot ceilinged anti-cubicle.
"It made me feel like I didn’t exist," Beach told TSN about an alleged sexual assault by former Hawks video coach Brad Aldrich.
If you’re wondering which card it was, sorry, prosecutors didn’t say. Rare ones have sold for as much as hundreds of thousands of dollars. No, seriously.
Labar "Bro Man" Spann took the stand this week and testified that "gangsters respect gangsters." He also said, "if the feds pick you up, your career over with. You’ll never come home again."
The school system suffered its 10th consecutive year of falling enrollment, now down to 330,000 from last year’s 341,000, according to a tally on the 20th day of this school year.