The Daily Northwestern

Evanston looks to hold second social media webinar for local businesses

Bailey Williams, Assistant City Editor

May 26, 2014

Filed under Arts and Technology (City), Business, City, Latest Stories, Local

The city’s Economic Development Division looks to hold its second set of social media webinars May 29, focusing on Pinterest and Instagram tips for local businesses. The free webinar lasts 75 minutes and is targeted at social...

Pincidents: Chocolate balloon bowl failure pops expectations

Hayley Glatter, Copy chief

February 26, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Food/Dining, The Current

Augustus Gloop is a bit of an idol of mine. Though he failed to win the keys to Mr. Wonka’s chocolate factory, Sir Gloop’s unbridled devotion to all things candy appeals to me on a deep — some would even say spiritual...

Pincidents: Valentine’s DIY for the millennial generation

Hayley Glatter, Copy Chief

February 12, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Current Blogs, Food/Dining, The Current

In my dark, Taylor Swift-obsessed days, I was really excited about the 2010 movie “Valentine’s Day.” Tay had a small role in the film alongside then-boyfriend Taylor Lautner, and I was totally jazzed to see my idol make t...

Pincidents: Dining hall blandness meets DIY optimism

Hayley Glatter, Copy Chief

January 28, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Current Blogs, The Current

I got tired of dining hall food faster than life moves according to Ferris Bueller (aka "pretty fast"). It's not that the food is terrible, but after a while, it all just starts to blend together. So, in the off chance that nuC...

Pincidents: a DIY twist on a classic snack

Hayley Glatter, Copy Chief

January 22, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Current Blogs, The Current

Some holidays just don’t get the publicity they deserve. I mean, how would you feel if you were Arbor Day and spent months and months hearing about how great and funny and talented Halloween is? It would certainly wilt your l...

Pincidents: Early morning workout made easier by Pinterest

Hayley Glatter, Columnist

November 13, 2013

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns & Reviews, Lifestyle, The Current

Last year, while walking around Lululemon (R.I.P. downtown Evanston Lululemon), I noticed, amidst the too-tight yoga pants and obnoxiously priced $12 headbands, a water bottle that spoke to me. We connected on such a deep level...