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Let Elevators Evolve

By The Elevator Consultants

The Elevator Consultants (TEC) a leading global elevator consulting firm, advises building owners, developers, architects and others involved with commercial real estate to be sure to factor elevators, escalators and vertical transportation into the growth and evolution of their properties.

As human societies have developed, the way we have constructed and used buildings has evolved as well. Instead of high-rises filled with formal offices and larger cubicles, many people now work in mixed-use and co-work spaces. Commercial buildings no longer simply offer a place to work but a destination for workers with workout facilities, rooftop conference centers or lounges, and coffee shops to accommodate the tenant.

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Posted on May 22, 2019

Taxicab Journals

Cab #1555

I kept desperately pushing on that sound icon on the TV screen and nothing.
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Posted on January 6, 2016
Open Letter

Open Letter

Dear Asses Of Chicago Commuters:
This crowding reduction plan isn't working at all for your human.
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Posted on January 29, 2013
Life At Work

I Am A Retail Warrior: Throw The Dog A Birthday Bone!

By Jane Harper
At that point, I was kind of hoping the dog was back at home chewing up her hand-sewn Italian leather shoes.
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Posted on October 19, 2015

Let Elevators Evolve

By The Elevator Consultants
While no building wants to take on a costly replacement until necessary, not allowing elevators to evolve with a building has consequences.

Posted on May 22, 2019

Former CSO Chorus Manager Named CEO Of Born Free USA

By Born Free USA
"This is a critical time for wildlife."

Posted on May 20, 2019

Chicagoetry: A Lake Michigan Of The Mind

By J.J. Tindall
Those most longed for and never achieved.

Posted on May 15, 2019

Seven Stateville Prisoners Graduate From NEIU

By Rachael Perrotta PR
Meet the first cohort of students at Stateville Correctional Center graduating with Bachelor of Arts degrees in over two decades.

Posted on May 13, 2019

Onboarding Solution Proposed For Beachwood

By Anya Palisch/Rippling
Most companies The Beachwood Reporter's size have some automation around this for HR / Payroll / Benefits systems, but generally the rest are manual (stuff like G-suite, Microsoft, Slack, Expensify, Salesforce, ATS, Performance Management apps, 401k providers, etc).

Posted on May 9, 2019

Chicagoetry: Two Blues Lyrics

By J.J. Tindall
DJ play the movies all night long.

Posted on May 7, 2019

Angie's List Is A Sham

By The Consumer Federation Of America
Angie's List recommends and gives preferential treatment to advertisers that can easily mislead consumers into thinking that these businesses are the best ones and should be patronized.

Posted on May 6, 2019

The Genius - And Sleaze - Of Chicago's LaSalle Extension University Lives On

By Steve Rhodes
A matchbook correspondence school's infamous history.

Posted on April 30, 2019

Birds Of America, Y'all

By The Field Museum
Imagine a book so massive it takes three people to open the glass display case to access it, yet so delicate the three-foot-tall pages are only turned once a week to ensure preservation.

Posted on April 25, 2019

Last Chance To See Mummies

"Using non-invasive CT scanning, our scientists were able to see an Egyptian woman inside her intricate layered wrappings. At the time of her death, likely from tuberculosis, she was in her early 40s and had curly hair. Her gilded mask not only acted as an idealized portrait, but also ensured she kept her eyesight, hearing, taste, and smell in the afterlife."

Posted on April 20, 2019

Chicago, The 51st State

Another Beachwood Special Report
From the Chicagoburg Address to the state coffee, we're ready to go.

Posted on April 23, 2019

Chicago's First Public Tool Library Coming To Bridgeport This Summer

By The Chicago Tool Library
A library for borrowing tools.

Posted on April 15, 2019

MUSIC - Chicago Harmonica Meetup.
TV - Sinclair, Cubs Name Accomplice.
POLITICS - Terms Of Service Gone Awry.
SPORTS - Beachwood Street Hockey?

BOOKS - Rock The Luya Mic.

PEOPLE PLACES & THINGS - Let Elevators Evolve.

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