August was The Skokie’s Backlot Bash at Lincoln & Oakton. In case you didn’t know, Rick wrote the Theme Song. He sang it live Sunday at the Skokie Theater between old time movies. Here is the video from 2007 posted by the library on Youtube: That’s Rick singing, with Alan Bond on the kazoo, bass & any other instrument he could get his hands on & Gary Davis on the harp (harmonica). He’ll be back on the Skokie Theater stage at this year’s Backlot Bash..
A-Plus does green pest control, using natural products when possible, including products made by our sister company called A Plus Natural Enzymes. We practice Integrated Pest Control (IPM), which means we inspect first, then formulated a plan of treatment and then treat with the most non-toxic product that we can and the least amount. If the problem can be fixed with a physical solution, such as sealing a hole or cleaning and area, we will advise the customer. Treating with a chemical, even natural, is the last option.
I’ll have a booth at 1st ANNUAL SKOKIE’S SPRING GREENING in the Niles North High School Parking Lot, 9800 Lawler Avenue (west of Westfield Old Orchard mall), Skokie, Sunday, April 10, 2011, 10 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Continue reading →
I will be on with Bill Moller on WGN Radio this Saturday (720 AM) at about 11:45 am. Come by and see me in the Showcase Studio on Michigan Ave. live.Continue reading →
1. I’ll be interviewed on the Steve & Johnnie Show on WGN Radio Tuesday night (W am), 9/8, just after midnight. I’ll be in the studio talking about bedbugs and natural pest control. 2. We are trying to save the … Continue reading →
Green Pest Control and Products, Why, How and Does It Work? Since 2001 A-Plus Pest Control has been looking for ways to “go green.” That year I wrote an article about keeping pests out for the Pioneer Press. The 1st … Continue reading →
A-Plus and Plus Natural Blog #1 Hi everyone. I’ve been promising to start writing a blog, so here it is. I want to start by talking about my philosophy of business. It’s very simple, “We do it like we live … Continue reading →