Monthly Archives: July 2016

In The Frunchroom: RHYTHM

As we mentioned, this edition of The Frunchroom features two educator/poets from Avalon Park—pure serendipity but a happenstance sure to bring a deep resonance to the evening as Rhonda Gholston rounds out our lineup for July 21st. Rhonda, preferably known as … Continue reading

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In the Frunchroom: Peter Nickeas

Readers at The Frunchroom range from artists to business owners, from poets to reporters. Peter Nickeas is in that last category. When asked to describe himself and his work, Peter says: I cover breaking news and violence for the Chicago … Continue reading

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In the Frunchroom: Bill Leslie

In each edition of The Frunchroom, we try to showcase many aspects of the South Side. But we also love telling stories about the Beverly/Morgan Park neighborhood where we live. On July 21st, Bill Leslie brings us just such a story – one … Continue reading

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In the Frunchroom: Kelly Norman Ellis

Other than stories by and about the South Side, we don’t do themes at The Frunchroom. But sometimes – more through happenstance than intention – we end up with motifs. Last time, we had two authors from Englewood. For the … Continue reading

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In the Frunchroom: Leah Chibe

We’re a week away from our next event at Beverly Woods. Our friends at The Alliance are hard at work creating great art for the space, Lizzy and Jane are cooking up cocktail recipes and our readers are crafting thoughtful, … Continue reading

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