I’ve been thinking a lot lately about Anthony Bourdain. Maybe because his landmark book, “Kitchen Confidential,” is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month. Maybe because it’s now been two years since he tragically took his own life. Maybe because, whenever I look at the
Here at The Flyover, it has recently come to our attention that some of our Republican friends are taking issue with the wearing of masks to prevent the unnecessary spread of coronavirus. We thought, perhaps, they were simply having difficulty figuring out how to wear them.
After an emotional week in Chicago, and around the country, we walked around theLakeview neighborhood for signs of support, distress, and hope. The support for the Black Lives Matter movement has been overwhelmingly positive on the North Side, with daily peaceful protests
The best of Bruce Springsteen’s work has always focused on, as he describes it, “judging the distance between American reality and the American dream.” When you listen to a Springsteen record or participate in one of his marathon concerts, you come for the fun, energy, and
The gray sky and dark clouds hanging over Chicago on Monday morning couldn’t have painted a more apt picture. Nor could the eerie stillness and disturbing quiet after a weekend that saw peaceful protests give way to civil unrest in the wake of the horrific police brutality