So yesterday I’m walking down Temple St. in Downtown Chicago and I run across an old buddy of mine from high school. I had no idea he lived in the area (nor did he) so we start catching up and he tells me all about what he’s doing nowadays and how he keeps himself busy and such. Turns out he’s quite the entrepreneur. I had no idea that he owned his own jewelry shop out in New York City. Yes, it’s true. The grand old city of New York, and here was my friend right in the middle of it!
The name of the business is LJWest and they sell all kinds of diamonds. I took a look at their shiny Pink Diamonds and my goodness, they were beau-ti-ful! I was instantly reminded of the day that I proposed to my then-girlfriend and now-fiancee. Looking back, I should have probably bought my diamonds from him. Heh.
You never know who you’re going to run into when you live in a metropolitan area. Funny how things turn out because I’m still trying to make it in the theater scene in Chicago. Diff’rent strokes for diff’rent folks, I suppose.
To get tickets to Chicago theater shows, generally you should buy online, over the phone via secure cell phone calls or head for the box office of the theater. There are also third-party sellers you can check out for your ticket needs, most especially for those last-minute tickets you are looking for or if you wish to take advantage of dinner-and-show deals being offered for that complete theater experience. Typically though, the cheapest tickets are those that you will get from the theater’s box office since you take away costs associated with a middleman.
If you’re headed to Downtown Chicago by car, be prepared to go through the hassle of finding space to park. Parking spots are usually scarce so it can take time to find them. To save you the trouble, just park in one of the parking garages set up in the downtown area. Interpark is the primary parking garage for theater-goers in Downtown Chicago and is situated in several locations that are considerably close to the theaters in the district. Theater patrons can enjoy special rates at the Interpark by simply presenting their ticket stub at the garage where they are parked. The Interpark has garages close to the Auditorium Theater, Cadillac Palace, the Ford Center/ Oriental Theater, Drury Lane Theater, LaSalle Bank Theater, Goodsman Theater, and the Chicago Theater.
Written by Jeremy Schneck, head writer at www.giantgardengames.co.