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Blog Post Archive

Pencil This In: Cheese 201

So you want to learn a little about cheese, do you? This Thursday, take your cheese knowledge to the next level. [ more › ]

Around Town: Feeling Blue

  We spotlight the color blue today in Around Town. [ more › ]

Roscoe Village Opens Its First Independent Bookstore, RoscoeBooks

Roscoe Village is about to take its place among the already teeming Chicago literati neighborhoods with the introduction of its very own independent bookstore. [ more › ]

Morning Box Score: Balanced Bulls Beat Clippers

The Bulls kicked off their 'curcus trip' with a win and remained unbeaten on the road. [ more › ]

A Litany Of Mishaps Marks The Morning

We'd brace ourselves for a plague of locusts but it's just too damn cold. [ more › ]

Today's Weather: Drive On

Your watering eyes aren't deceiving you. Get through today and better weather is in store. [ more › ]

Extra Extra: Time To Get Your Flu Shot

Here's a reminder brought to you by our current deep freeze: get a flu shot. There are places across the city where you can, some are even free. [ more › ]

Monday Afternoon Diversion: Lucy The Spazz

Sometimes we need a video of dogs being silly to remind us how much we love dogs. [ more › ]

Why Is This Man Still A Cop?

Richard A. Rizzo, a 17-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department, has amassed a rap sheet so lengthy that Police Supt. Garry McCarthy wants Rizzo fired. Why has it taken this long for someone to act? [ more › ]

Tuesday Afternoon Diversion: Pitbulls Are Supposed To Be Scary, Right?

What happens when a big, scary pit bull encounters something that he's afraid of, like the landing at the top of a flight of stairs? [ more › ]

Antemasque, Le Butcherettes Ignite Metro

Two bands and two different approaches equalled one epic show at Metro last weekend. [ more › ]

Enjoy Food On The Big Screen At The Chicago Food Film Festival

The festival brings food films to the big screen with plenty of food and drink pairings. [ more › ]

Midday News Links: The Transition From George To Cupich Begins

A knock on Cardinal George's door from Archbishop Cupich began the transition. [ more › ]

Revolution Head Brewer Jim Cibak Talks Mad Cow (Not The Disease)

Revolution Head Brewer Jim Cibak explains the brewery's milk stout. [ more › ]

Get Covered Illinois Unveils 'The Luck Health Plan'

The tag line for the ads: 'You'll be okay. Probably.' [ more › ]

A Cargo Plane Crashed Into A Chicago Home This Morning

The pilot reported engine trouble shortly after takeoff and crashed into a bungalow on the 6500 block of South Knox Avenue around 2:45 a.m. [ more › ]

Music Video Of The Day: Shabazz Palaces '#CAKE'

Shabazz Palaces open for Julian Casablancas+The Voidz tomorrow night at The Vic. [ more › ]

Columbia College Gallery Exhibition Celebrates The Power Of Typography

  Columbia College’s A+D Gallery explores the impact of typography with TYPES by Display, running through Dec. 13. [ more › ]

9 Gifts To Get You (And Your Host) Through The Holidays

This post is a sponsored collaboration between and Gothamist staff. Spend $100, get $15 off at mouth using code Gotham15. Now through the end of the year. [ more › ]

Does Fine Dining Discriminate?

A new study sheds light on discrimination in fine dining. [ more › ]

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