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Avoid The Flu Bug! City of Chicago Free Flu Clinics

As usual, the City of Chicago will provide free flu shots at locations around the city during the autumn months. Listed below are the ones in the areas around Uptown. For a full map, go to Monday, October 3rd, 9am-2pm:...Show More Summary

Another Jogger Was Sexually Assaulted In Chicago Last Week

She was at least the third jogger in Chicago to be the victim of sexual assault in recent weeks. [ more › ]

Photos: Protesters Greet Trump At High Dollar Fundraiser In Bolingbrook

Trump didn't exactly get a warm welcome to Chicago. A brass band played the Imperial March from Star Wars, for one. [ more › ]

It's Been A Dramatic Week For Restaurant Legal Disputes

One acclaimed spot is closed, the other is mixed up in a nasty lawsuit. [ more › ]

'Easy' Guide To Chicago: Charting All The Local Treasures In The Series

From old haunts to new discoveries, we rounded up a guide of all the local spots featured in the new, Chicago-filmed Netflix series. [ more › ]

The Reader's Ben Joravsky Details Grim Salaries In Big Push To Save The Alt-Weekly

"The biggest salary goes to some old goat who makes $55,000 to write about politics. Obviously, no one got in this racket to make it rich." [ more › ]

Your Supermarket Prayers Have Been Answered, Logan Square

The former Mega Mall—and current canvas of brilliant murals—will likely house a Jewel. [ more › ]

How Much Education Funding Comes From The Illinois Lottery?

Lottery proceeds to the state's main education fund increased by roughly $13 million last fiscal year, according to an analysis of unaudited monthly financial reports. In total, the Illinois Lottery transferred $691.6 million to theShow More Summary

Protesters, 'Fk Trump' Graffiti Greet GOP Nominee At Surprise Chicago Stop

Trump made an unscheduled stop at the Polish National Alliance, on the Northwest Side. He got the Chicago welcome. [ more › ]

Englewood's First Whole Foods Market Is Now Open

Whole Foods has reportedly adjusted its pricing for this location—an important change for a business often referred to as "whole paycheck." [ more › ]

Wednesday: Eat. Drink. Do.

A rooftop party featuring Oktoberfest beers, rosé for a good cause and more things to do in Chicago on Wednesday, Sept. 28.

Talking Taste Talks Chicago with Lula Cafe chef Jason Hammel

Taste Talks, a food-centered conference that launched in Brooklyn in 2013, returns to Chicago this weekend for its third year. A day full of panel discussions and chef demos is bookended by several events dedicated to eating food rather...Show More Summary

It's all connected: Here’s how the Marvel Cinematic Universe fits togethers

Marvel really isn’t lying when they say “it’s all connected.” The ever-expanding cinematic universe recently spilled over into Netflix, where the streaming giant has three current Marvel series (“Daredevil,” “Jessica Jones” and “Luke Cage”) and two in the works (“Iron Fist” and “The Defenders”)....

Road Lockbox Amendment Vote Could Send Us Careening

Opinion by Reboot Illinois' Madeleine Doubek Opinion It's rough riding out there in Illinois. Dodging the potholes is like running an obstacle course. Plenty of our train and el cars look worse for wear. And do you ever kind of holdShow More Summary

Double Door considering move to Logan Square as legal appeal continues

Double Door co-owners said Monday they are considering moving the club to Logan Square even as they appeal a Cook County judge's decision that requires them to vacate their longtime Wicker Park space by the end of the year. Owners Joe Shanahan and Sean Mulroney have started conversations with Adam...

Woman struck, killed while riding bike in Roscoe Village -- 5th death of bicyclist this year

A woman was struck and killed while riding a bike Monday morning in Roscoe Village on the North Side, the fifth bicyclist to die in an accident in Chicago this summer, officials said.The woman, in her 30s, was riding north on Damen Avenue when she was hit by a flatbed truck just south of Addison...

3 must-see Chicago shows this week: Angel Olsen, Porches, AJJ

Last Saturday, Chicago was graced with Magnificent Coloring Day, Chance the Rapper's daylong music festival, which broke the attendance record at U.S. Cellular Field. It was a historic performance and one that we'll be talking about well into the future. While we're riding the good vibes Chance...

Ghost Bike Memorial Planned For Anastasia Kondrasheva, Latest Bike Fatality

The 23-year-old Loyola grad was the sixth person to be fatally struck while biking in Chicago this year. [ more › ]

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