Best moments of the 2018 Chicago Pride Parade: PHOTOS
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Best moments of the 2018 Chicago Pride Parade: PHOTOS

2018 Chicago Pride Parade kicked off its 49th annual demonstration this Sunday in Boystown, Lakeview. Gathering over a million people, it continues to be one of the biggest public events in the city. This year’s…

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Chicago Summer Whiskey Festival: congratulations to the winners!
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Chicago Summer Whiskey Festival: congratulations to the winners!

After a week of the contest and dozens submissions received, we are pleased to announce Cassandra Janda and Luda Harlov as the two lucky winners for the four passes to the Chicago Summer Whiskey Festival!…

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Pride weekend guide: everything you need to know
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Pride weekend guide: everything you need to know

FRIDAY Back Lot Bash’s ‘Whiskey, Wine & Women’ | 5:00 pm A Pride Tasting Event. Mix. Mingle. Taste an array of fine whiskeys, wines & craft beers. Mediterranean Dinner Buffet. Steamworks: The Musical | 8:00 pm Singing…

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2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500: doesn’t measure up to the competition
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2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500: doesn’t measure up to the competition

Americans buy a boat-load of trucks. Over 2.7 million trucks were sold in 2017, with Chevy Silverado accounting for 500k of them. When you compare to the F-Series at almost 900k, you can see that…

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Four warning signs a family entertainment  venue may have safety concerns
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Four warning signs a family entertainment venue may have safety concerns

Expert helps parents I.D. family venue red flags; Spotlights avoidable facility and operational debacles exacerbating safety issues The facts are sobering, gut-wrenching and indisputable. America’s children are needlessly suffering—and even dying—due to subpar safety standards…

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Why do we need a right-to-try bill in America?
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Why do we need a right-to-try bill in America?

Congress recently passed, and President Trump signed, the “Right to Try” bill that gives dying patients limited access to drugs that have not yet been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Our Founders…

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1 day until Chicago Summer Whiskey Festival: win 2 VIP tickets!
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1 day until Chicago Summer Whiskey Festival: win 2 VIP tickets!

Even though the city just encountered more rain than it has ever fallen during the same period since 1871 – the first year when Chicago started keeping the records – summer is indeed officially here. With no…

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University of Chicago eliminates  ACT/SAT requirement
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University of Chicago eliminates ACT/SAT requirement

The University of Chicago will no longer require applicants to submit their ACT or SAT score, becoming the first top-10 research university to do so. The U. of C. is one of the most prestigious…

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Former Gov. Quinn seeks to limit term for Mayor
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Former Gov. Quinn seeks to limit term for Mayor

Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s road to a third term could face some bumps with former Governor Pat Quinn efforts to limit Chicago mayors to a two-term limit. Despite Quinns clashing with Emanuel during his service as…

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“Antarctic Dinosaurs” exhibit comes to the Field Museum
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“Antarctic Dinosaurs” exhibit comes to the Field Museum

Antarctica was once home to lush forest and dinosaurs. The new Field Museum exhibit takes you through Antarctica 255 million years ago, showcasing the plants and animals that found a home there before the dinosaurs,…

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