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Chicago Penthouse Featured on ‘Empire,’ ‘Chicago P.D.’ on Sale for $8.9M


The Chicago penthouse visible on hit shows “Empire” and “Chicago P.D.” is sold for $eight.9 million. The three-bedroom, four-lavatory penthouse in the Streeterville community at 415 E. North Water St. now boasts a stunning view of the Navy Pier fireworks from a 67-foot wraparound terrace. However, it also includes a personal basketball court docket. The list beckons involved home shoppers to examine themselves relaxing at the penthouse’s rooftop marble warm bath or the steam room that suits ten people. According to the list, the home has imported marble from Italy at some point in the property and three 500-gallon tropical saltwater fish tanks. The well-known home is being sold with listing agents Brad Robbins and Grigory Pekarsky from Vesta Preferred Realty.

Transgender Topics Featured on BBC Radio

I am surprised at just how frequently BBC Radio is offering transgender and different gender problems in the intervening time. I found this due to a phone call from a BBC Look North journalist soliciting some advice concerning children transitioning. This change was brought on with the aid of a fifteen-minute drama series on the issue of Woman’s Hour, broadcast the week before Christmas.

I hadn’t heard about the collection, so I searched iPlayer and not only found it but also came across a Transgender hyperlink, which found no fewer than 14 current clips, documentaries, and performances proposing transgender problems broadcast on BBC Radio. That’s enough to justify a Transgender Troubles web page, and most of those programs are nevertheless available for more than one week.

The 5 component drama written by Mark Davies Markham is known as Just A Girl. It addresses an exciting topic I have by no means heard featured before on both radio and TV. Amy was born a boy; however, now, at 11 is residing as a girl and is desperate to have therapy to damn puberty. Faced with that choice, her father finds it tough to assist her, and her grandfather refuses to see Amy as a lady. The play offers the growing warfare inside the family as they all have to face the irreversible alternate they are all going through.


The previous week, the afternoon drama The Giffnock Girls, using Marcella Evaristi, functions as three formative-year friends who reunite while PJ returns after years in New York and now lives as a lady. The play is normally about people facing a crisis, simply one in all, which is the popularity of PJ as a woman.

The following week, some other afternoon play by Mateusz Dymek, known as Pink Boy Blue Girl, is regarded to also deal with trans troubles, but in truth, is exploring gender identification through a pair who’ve decided to deliver their infant gender-neutral. The couple has determined now not to show everyone else what the kid’s authentic gender is. This topic has been in the news lately, and parents making the equal choice have come under substantial media pressure. This play but, at the same time, starting to discover this issue

Indoor Grills Featured in Steven Raichlen’s Newest Book

With a wide variety of town humans dwelling in condos and without an opportunity to grill out of doors, Raichlen’s cutting-edge e-book, “Indoor! Grilling,” covers a topic of massive interest, mainly that grilling is a subculture in America, some national custom. So, this theme relieves a lot of frustration for the part of the target market that has been formerly unnoticed!

Steven Raichlen is a cooking instructor, lecturer, writer, journalist, and TV host. He founded the Caribbean cooking school Cooking in Paradise. Raichlen’s TV show, Barbecue University, debuted in 2003 on public television. He was named the “cooking trainer of the year” through Bon Appetit mag. Participating in a “barbecue warfare” on Japanese television and defeating Iron Chef Roksbura Michigan attracted him nicknames that include the “Michael Jordan of Barbecue,” as Howard Stern called him, or, as Oprah positioned it, the “Gladiator of Grilling.”

Raichlen posted over 25 books, of which fine-sellers consisting of Barbecue Bible Sauces, Rubs, Marinades, Beer Can Chicken, Healthy Latin Cooking, Miami Spice, Big Flavor Cookbook, and the well-known first and primary book on grilling, The Barbecue Bible, that appeared in 1998. It changed into the first guide on grilling, a look at barbecuing around the arena, and a course on live-fire cooking strategies. His writing gained 3 IACP awards and 4 James Beard Awards and was translated into ten exceptional languages.

To write “Indoor! Grilling” Raichlen intensively studied these home equipment and the method of cooking them. Although this category’s general public is familiar with the numerous kinds of indoor grills, Raichlen handled them in an in-depth manner, starting from the beginning, from contact grill, grill pan, and built-in grill to freestanding grill, and hearth grill. To do that, he largely stepped forward with his know-how about how indoor grills work. He tested the 270 recipes within the book on every grill form. What, in reality, takes grilling steps, in addition, is what the experimenting Raichlen does with sandwiches, greens, and cakes within the recipes phase.


Geneva A. Crawford
Twitter nerd. Coffee junkie. Prone to fits of apathy. Professional beer geek. Spent several years buying and selling magma in Miami, FL. Spent a year lecturing about psoriasis in Las Vegas, NV. Managed a small team writing about circus clowns in Las Vegas, NV. Garnered an industry award while writing about lint in the financial sector. Spoke at an international conference about getting my feet wet with dust in Libya. Spoke at an international conference about researching rocking horses in Bethesda, MD.