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Local Mother’s Day Brunch Deal: Spend $300 to Get Your Mom the Drunkest She’s Ever Been

LINCOLN PARK – One popular brunch spot, Waffles & Wine, announced a new deal for those looking to treat their mom on the darkest day of the year for food service workers, Mother’s Day.

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Robin Decides When It’s Morning

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Chicago Woman Undergoes Annual Reappreciation for City

Thanks to their brutal winters and short seasons, Chicagoans have to take any chance they have to stock up on enough vitamin D to get them through the snow time.

Thompson Center’s “Snoopy in a Blender” Statue Moved To Be With Matching Statue “Mickey Run Over By a Steamroller”

ART INSTITUTE —  Ahead of massive renovations to turn the Thompson Center into the GoogleMaxPrison Complex, the abstract outdoor statue that greets visitors to the Center is being rehoused by the A

City Expands St. Paddy’s Dye To All of Lake Michigan

“What they could never see coming is dyeing one quadrillion gallons of water a bright, resplendent green. That’s right, one quadrillion. That’s a real number, you can check.” 

Chicagoan Overseas Still Using Lake Michigan to Orient Self

According to Lopez, Serio spent much of the trip finding Lake Michigan somewhere to his west in order to locate museums, hotels, attractions and even to give a taxi instructions to find a gelato place in Rome.

Alinea Announces Valentine’s Rebrand to Cater to Singles: Alonea

LINCOLN PARK — As couples, situationships, throuples and roving polycules head to restaurants around the city to celebrate Valentine’s Day, Chicago’s singles are once again wondering what this roma

Woman Misplaces Boyfriend, Accidentally Brings Home Another Man With a Mustache and Chicago Flag Tattoo

“Look, in my defense,” Birchnell, who is being charged with Circumstantial Kidnapping and Stereotyping, “my boyfriend looks exactly like most of the men in Chicago.” 

Yellow Line Returns, but Hasn’t Seemed the Same Since the Accident

“I heard someone on the platform say something like ‘good to have the Skokie Swift back,’” said Greg Watkaski, 48, a pharmacist, “come on, man, have a little tact. What if the Yellow Line heard you calling it by its nickname from the glory days?”