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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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Wisconsin Woman Charged  With Attempting to Provide  Material Support to ISIS
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Wisconsin Woman Charged With Attempting to Provide Material Support to ISIS

Waheba Issa Dais, 45, originally of Israel and a U.S. legal permanent resident residing in…

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