Showing posts from March, 2020

Michael Jordan "The Last Dance" Documentary Release Moved Up To April

While the NBA season is suspended due to the coronavirus, ESPN is moving up the premiere date of "The Last Dance," a 10-part docuseries on Michael Jordan and the 1990's Chicago Bulls. According to our source, the series was originally set to air in June but now it's scheduled for April 19 and will air for 5 weeks through May 17 with never-before-seen footage and interviews of the Bulls dynasty. Check out the "The Last Dance" trailer below and don't forget to share your thoughts and comments.

ComEd Helping Residential Customers Who Are Without Power During Coronavirus Pandemic

Lending a hand to help during this coronavirus crisis, ComEd is taking necessary steps to support its customers. On Monday, the electric company announced it will work with residents whose service are disconnected and will have service restored to ensure access to a safe and healthy environment.
"The last thing we want you to worry about as COVID-19 spreads is whether your home will have power or what to do if you are without power," said ComEd CEO Joe Dominguez. 
He also added, "We need to come together in support of one another during this time. Ensuring every resident across Northern Illinois has access to safe and reliable electric service is just one of the many ways we are doing just that." 
Right now, ComEd customers, who have had their electric service disconnected for a non-safety issue, should reach out to ComEd at 1-800-334-7661 on Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. so that they can work to try to have power reconnected safely. 
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A List of Small Businesses To Support In Chicago During Coronavirus Pandemic

Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, a lot of things have changed in the City of Chicago. Not only are schools closed and people advised to stay home, a lot of small businesses are taking hits as well; therefore, I've decided to create a list that will hopefully help some of them out and brighten up their day. Here, you will find restaurants to order food for take-out and also find cool spots to shop online.
This list may not cater to everyone's liking, it's solely based on opinions and information gathered. If you guys have anymore places in mind, we're always open for more suggestions. Thanks, enjoy!

Wale Stops In Chicago for "Dream In Black" Event With AT&T

Continuing to strive for excellence, while pushing the culture forward, Wale stopped in Chicago this past weekend to celebrate Black History Month with AT&T's Dream In Black event, which is a list of Future Makers and creators, who support their communities to pursue their dreams. This annual event took place at AT&T's Flagship store in Downtown Chicago and it was hosted by Kyle Santillian.
Throughout the night, fans and staff, of the flagship store, got the opportunity to meet-n-greet with the DC rapper, while taking pics, enjoying food, and listening to music provided by DJ Sean Mac. 
Those in attendance also got a chance to witness a special Q&A with Wale, which is he spoke on a number of things like community, the importance of Black History, and the current state of hip hop. 
Following the discussion, Wale took the stage, in front of a packed house, as he rocked the crowd with a number of his hit songs from his past and current album, "Wow... That's …