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Friday Afternoon Diversion: A Crow With Chutzpah

We have a new role model for carrying ourselves with vim and vigor. [ more › ]

Friday Afternoon Diversion: French Chat

This is what happens when a foreign exchange program goes adorably, delightfully wrong. [ more › ]

Monday Afternoon Diversion: The Blizzard Of 1933

See how people dealt with snow 80 years ago while you wait for for the dirty ice outside to melt. [ more › ]

Friday Afternoon Diversion: The 1950s Lakefront

The lakefront, then and now, is beautiful. Although in the 1950s it certainly was less crowded. [ more › ]

Thursday Afternoon Diversion: Nine Inch Nails Drummer Feeds Aldermanic Hopeful's Campaign With This Video

It isn't everyday that a musician associated with such iconic acts as Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, Public Image Ltd. and Pigface endorses someone for City Council. [ more › ]

Tuesday Afternoon Diversion: Do The Hop Hop

There is a brand new dance craze in Chicago sweeping across the Internet. [ more › ]

Monday Afternoon Diversion: Keeping Your Pit Bull Happy

Pit bulls are great dogs, even if they do get a bad rap in the press sometimes. [ more › ]

Friday Afternoon Diversion: Back To School

Get schooled quick with this video of a fish tornado! [ more › ]

Thursday Afternoon Diversion: Ghost Ride The Whip

Videos of stunt driving in impossible seeming situations have been around for a few years now, but we think this video takes the genre to a whole new level. [ more › ]

Wednesday Afternoon Diversion: A River Runs Through It

This timelapse video of the Chicago River and the ice floating on it are great examples of what we love about this city, all year round! [ more › ]

Friday Afternoon Diversion: Learning Chicago Footwork

Let King Charles and Fast Eddie teach you the various moves associated with Chicago Footwork. [ more › ]

Thursday Afternoon Diversion: That's A Long Climb To Change A Light Bulb

Here's a short video shot with a drone, that shows exactly what it takes to change a light bulb. In South Dakota. At 1,500 feet. [ more › ]

Wednesday Afternoon Diversion: The History Of English In 10 Minutes

This 10-minute video gives you a quick primer on how 'wit' became 'we' and why we don't say 'doff thy cap' anymore. [ more › ]

Tuesday Afternoon Diversion: I'm Not Feeling Very Well

It's flu season, so remember to wash your hands and take care of yourself. [ more › ]

Monday Afternoon Diversion: White Mystery

Here are some pretty cool kids from the School of Rock in Chicago performing the White Mystery song "Take a Walk" with Miss Alex White. [ more › ]

Friday Afternoon Diversion: Real Life Peter Griffin

Not everyone goes to ComiCon to see some fat guy walk around doing a bad Rhode Island accent, but if that's your thing, here's Robert Franzese cosplaying at this year's New York ComiCon. [ more › ]

Thursday Afternoon Diversion: Learn A Second Language

Studies show learning a second language improves rational thought and slows the brain's aging process. [ more › ]

CES: Intel’s Krzanich Ends Classy Keynote with Call to Diversity, Tribute to Moore

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this afternoon it was Intel (INTC) CEO Brian Krzanich's turn to take the keynote stage at the Venetian Hotel. Krzanich suffered no sophomore slump: the content, and his delivery, were both classy and engaging for his second year in a row keynoting. Before Krzanich came on stage, [...]

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