College of DuPage Offers CPA Exam Prep Courses

6 months ago oakpark 0
College of DuPage announced Tuesday that it’s accounting program will now include several tracks for students to work toward receiving their certified public accountant designation. This is a big jump for the college and a big opportunity for its students. The CPA designation is almost a requirement in the public accounting industry. Without it, accountants Read More

Picturing Hemingway’s Michigan

6 months ago oakpark 0
“Picturing Hemingway’s Michigan” is a delectable treat, a feast for any Hemingway devotee, chockfull of incredible photos from collections around the country, and written so well I was forced to purchase other Hemingway books written about or with the strong influence of his times in Michigan (The Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway, an ebook from Read More

Go the F**k to Sleep Review

6 months ago oakpark 0
“Nothing has driven home a certain truth about my generation, which is approaching the apex of its childbearing years, quite like this.” –The New Yorker “A parenting zeitgeist” –Washington Post “A hilarious take on that age-old problem: getting the beloved child to go to sleep.” –National Public Radio “A new Bible for weary parents” –New Read More

Flying Tennis Balls Review

6 months ago oakpark 0
My parents moved to Florida years ago and we were overdue for a visit. As Hilda and I drove in the bright sunshine, the palms trees stood at attention as if they were awaiting military review. We pulled into the charming little villa on A1A in Delray Beach where the walls were white and the Read More

One Book, One Oak Park Book Review

2 years ago oakpark 0
One Book, One Oak Park Book Review “What We’ve Lost is Nothing” I love the idea of One Book, One Oak Park, a whole community reading one book so that we have something in common to talk about. And this is a good selection in that one of the main themes in this book is Read More