Fun and Fancy Free – Free Chicago Guide
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Fun and Fancy Free – Free Chicago Guide

Fun and Fancy Free – Free Chicago Guide Chicago has always been such a wonderful special place to me. Since the first time I visited in 2011, I…

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City of Chicago Attempts to Sell Remaining Dominick’s
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City of Chicago Attempts to Sell Remaining Dominick’s

City of Chicago Attempts to Sell Remaining Dominick’s It’s been nearly four years now since the last Dominick’s closed its doors.  What once was a popular grocery store…

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Rauner Passes ‘Drive For Life’ Bill
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Rauner Passes ‘Drive For Life’ Bill

Rauner Passes ‘Drive For Life’ Bill At the University of Chicago this week Gov. Bruce Rauner gave the go-ahead to allow 16 and 17 year olds the right…

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City of Chicago Pays $282 Million in Overtime 2016
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City of Chicago Pays $282 Million in Overtime 2016

City of Chicago Pays $282 Million in Overtime 2016 The City of Chicago has a major overtime problem.  According to public records, the city is reportedly paying out…

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Northwestern Named Best Hospital In Illinois
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Northwestern Named Best Hospital In Illinois

Northwestern Named Best Hospital In Illinois Northwestern remains the best hospital in Illinois for the sixth year in a row, according to U.S. News and World Report.  Northwestern…

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Emanuel Emails Reveal Talks of O’Hare Hyperloop
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Emanuel Emails Reveal Talks of O’Hare Hyperloop

Emanuel Emails Reveal Talks of O’Hare Hyperloop After some pressure, Mayor Rahm Emanuel released over 1,000 pages of his personal emails from March, April and May of this…

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Daley Plaza’s Picasso Turns 50
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Daley Plaza’s Picasso Turns 50

Daley Plaza’s Picasso Turns 50 In celebration of Daley Plaza’s very own Picasso sculpture turning 50, Mayor Rahm Emanuel held a celebration Tuesday at noon. Going along with…

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Activist Plans Walk From Chicago to D.C. to End Gun Violence
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Activist Plans Walk From Chicago to D.C. to End Gun Violence

Activist Plans Walk From Chicago to D.C. to End Gun Violence Chicago resident Demetrius Nash is taking steps towards action against the gun violence in Chicago by walking…

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5 Kid Friendly Summer Spots
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5 Kid Friendly Summer Spots

5 Kid Friendly Summer Spots The summer is nearly over which means the kids will go back to school soon and they’re probably getting bored being stuck at…

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WNBA’s Chicago Sky Moves to South Loop
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WNBA’s Chicago Sky Moves to South Loop

WNBA’s Chicago Sky Moves to South Loop The WNBA’s Chicago Sky has had Chicago in its name since they formed in 2006, but for nearly eight years they’ve…

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