First Amazon Go store opened in Chicago
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First Amazon Go store opened in Chicago

In the past recent years, Amazon has begun to expand and create new methods of…

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Will Chicago become the first major U.S. city to pilot Universal Basic Income?
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Will Chicago become the first major U.S. city to pilot Universal Basic Income?

By Vera Sauchanka, Johanna Medrano On September 12 Mayor Emanuel joined forces with Alderman Ameya Pawar…

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Banner Wholesale Grocers debut new facility location
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Banner Wholesale Grocers debut new facility location

Banner Wholesale Grocers, currently located at 3000 South Ashland Avenue, will be moving to a…

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What fuels up Chicago violence?
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What fuels up Chicago violence?

Being third largest city in the U.S., some call Chicago the “Capital of Violence.” With…

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Chicago hotel workers prepare for strike
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Chicago hotel workers prepare for strike

Workers at dozens of the city’s top hotels voted to authorize a strike if a…

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

The time has come! Chicago Summer Tequila Festival will kick off this Saturday at 3:30PM,…

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Win tickets to the Chicago Summer Tequila Festival!
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Win tickets to the Chicago Summer Tequila Festival!

Summer is here, and so are the tasting fests! Don’t forget to experience the Chicago…

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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…

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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.…

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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…

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