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Chicago Cities

Chicago is known for how much of a diverse city it is and the rich history that the city has. The neighborhoods of Chicago represent culture and the unique personality that they bring to the city. The pride that Chicagoans have for the city runs very deep. But when it comes to neighborhoods people are […]

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NBA – Summer Update

Sports are just starting to come back and while people are still quarantining, they are all looking for any and all entertainment. With safety as the number one priority, there are a ton of factors stopping players from being able to compete smoothly. This being said, one of the main events to look forward to […]

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Summer 2020

Summer is usually the time people look forward to going out, exploring, and finding new things to enjoy along with the warm weather, a time where they spend time with family and friends. Everyone knows that Coronavirus has limited the way people today can socialize. Many states are actually taking a step back in phases […]

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Fourth of July – COVID Update

While many states are beginning to open up and others are just beginning to shut down once again, the question remains “How will this affect Fourth of July events?”. Florida is closing down several beaches in an attempt to soften the blow that re-opening bars and restaurants has made on COVID-19 cases. While being one […]

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Juneteenth Cele-Liberation!

  Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day and Cel-Liberation Day, is an American holiday celebrated on June 19. On June 19, 1865, Our own Raven Palmer has listed the following celebrations going on today in Chicago: March For US 2020 – Million Man March, Chicago https://ethnic.events/event/march-for-us-2020-million-man-march-chicago/  his 1-Million-Man-March in Chicago, IL…. is FOR […]

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Support Black Businesses

When it comes to black owned businesses, they’re sometimes hard to find. They’re usually not on big platforms like Yelp or Google and if they are, they’re not shown on the first couple pages on the site. I chose to support black business, because for myself being black you don’t see a lot of black […]

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The Irish American Heritage Center

The Irish American Heritage Center    The Irish community has a long history in the city of Chicago going back to the 1850s. With so much history in the community, there’s so much celebration when it comes to being Irish. From the St. Patrick’s day parade in the loop, South Side Irish Parade, and even […]

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 Eat Around the World from Your Couch

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many restaurants have shuttered their sit down services. But this doesn’t mean they’re closed! Help flatten the curve and support local businesses by exploring a different culture through food you can take home. Take a look at these Chicago favorites that are offering takeout, delivery, or curbside pickup. Chicago Board […]

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Best Christkindlmarket

Milwaukee has been missing something like this, and after attending a few pretty fantastic events at Best Place recently my hopes were high. It really is an impressively unique and genuine space, regardless of your level of fondness for the brew of choice (PBR’s just not my cup of tea). I’m glad to see that […]

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Summer in Chicago

Summer is the festival season in Chicago.. after surviving another looong Chicago winter.. Chicagoans revel in and savor every day of summer. This year particularly we seem to have skipped right into summer from Winter.. barely having a few days of Spring.. or so it seems. Here’s a list of some of the festivals you […]

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