Tidbits of Recommendations: July 10, 2020

It’s our sixth edition of Tidbits of Recommendations! We skipped last week in honor of the Fourth of July, and hope that everyone had a fun and safe holiday weekend! Tidbits of Recommendations is a weekly series where we bring you our favorites in entertainment, lifestyle, and Chicago. It’s crazy to think that we’re in…

Hiking Devil’s Bridge Trail in Sedona

Last weekend, I traveled to Scottsdale to visit my best pal Jason in his new Arizonian home. He showed me the fun that Scottsdale had to offer, and on Friday we traveled the two hours up to Sedona. Now, I’ve heard many things about Sedona (mainly, “Oh, it’s sooooo pretty”), but those remarks did not…

Remembering Alan Thicke 3 Years Later

Anyone who knows me, knows that I love Alan Thicke. For years, he has been one of my favorite actors. This dates back to when I was around 6 or 7 and discovered “Growing Pains” reruns on ABC Family. Since then, I’ve become enamored with his career; mainly his comedic impact on the entertainment industry….

Internet Docu-Series Seeks Millennials to Interview on “Aliveness”

The Internet Documentary Series, “The Search For Aliveness”, is seeking millennials with strong digital lifestyles for interview. The filmmakers behind the project are traveling the world, interviewing real people about what aliveness means to them. If selected for interview, the team will travel to your location and will work around your schedule for filming. To…

Tidbits of Chicago Ghost Stories

   Ghostly Chicago Paranormal and ghostly activity, and the stories and myths that come with it, is something that goes back as far as anyone can remember. Folklore, film, and art having to deal with the horror genre all exist due to the fact that paranormal activity is something that is very real and appreciated…

The Tidbit Meets Me in St. Louis

A few months back, my best friend, Haley, made the move from Bloomington, IL to St. Louis, MO. Naturally, I had to make it a point to go and visit her. I’d been to St. Louis once before for my friend, Aliyah’s, birthday, but was only there for less than 24 hours. This time it…

The Tidbit’s Guide to ’90s Sitcom Locations in NYC

Last summer, I visited New York City for the very first time. Being that New York is the city that never sleeps, I had a long list of things I wanted to see during this long weekend. However, being such a film and TV nerd, I always try to see any possible filming locations while…

The 2018 Little Italy Festa on Taylor St.

“Leave the gun, take the cannoli” Last night marked the start of the 2018 Little Italy Festa on Taylor Street. I’m 50 percent Italian, and was only 50 percent aware that this festival even existed. However, now that I’ve made a visit, I can safely say that I will be back. Taylor Street, what was…

Spending A Weekend in Rosemont, Illinois

Just outside of Chicago sits Rosemont, Illinois – home to the famous O’Hare International Airport. It’s become a stomping ground for those visiting the Chicagoland area, and those residents looking for something to do outside of the hustle and bustle of the city. Rosemont offers a variety of restaurants and bars, as well as entertainment…

Warner Bros. Studio is the Movie Lover’s Happiest Place on Earth

By now, you may have an inkling that I’m a fan of film and television. This fan-dimonium is always exacerbated when I have the opportunity to visit Los Angeles, which is basically the holy grail of entertainment. I’ve been there a total of five times since 2011 and love it more each time I go….