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Chicago Hosts 2015 NFL Draft

Chicago Hosts 2015 NFL Draft

It’s been more than 50 years since Chicago hosted the NFL Draft, but the city had the opportunity to host again in 2015. Fans from all over the world came to the three-day event, which was held from April 30-May 2 in Grant Park. Chicago Bears fans, along with fans from many other teams were […]

Little Yellow Dog Grows Up

Little Yellow Dog band has only been together since Dec. of 2013. They’ve learned about what it takes to become successful in the music industry and most importantly, how to stand out. Dakota Buyka, who is a Columbia College student and the leader of Little Yellow Dog says it all started back in 2011 when […]

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Macys 47th Annual Window Display

For the past 47 years, Macy’s has orchestrated a variety of decorations behind their windows that have attracted not only Chicagoans but people all over the world. The display brings in the holiday spirit and keeps people like Jennifer Auantock coming back for more. Auantock, who is from Rockford, Illinois said she thinks the display is […]

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Bikers Ducking Safety at their Own Risk

While Chicago has been known for its skyscrapers, the most recent trend has been bicycle transportation on the streets. With more people riding not only Divvy bikes, but also bikes in general, the question becomes, what safety precautions are riders taking or better yet, do they even know the laws for themselves as bikers? In this video you […]

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Farragut players play on

The time where youth were able to go to school while still playing safely on sport teams could be ending. Challenges facing one high school coach in Chicago beyond the playbook show how this is occurring. Farragut Career Academy‘s varsity football team lacks funds and resources according to Head Coach Niven Hinkle Sr. Hinkle Sr., who accepted […]

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Chicago Sky Wins Season Opener

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Chicago Sky Wins Season Opener

The Chicago Sky defeated the Indiana Fever 74-71 in their 2014 season-opener on May 16 at All-state Arena. Forward Tamera Young scored Chicago’s  first bucket in just 30 seconds of the game. But after trading baskets, the Fever built a 14-4 lead as Chicago ended the quarter with six turnovers. In result, the Sky trailed […]

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Acts of Love Kicks off Literacy Fundraiser

On Thursday March 27, at the Northeastern University Donald F. Bailey Center, Pastor William E. Hall and his nonprofit organization Acts of Love, kicked off a Fundraiser in honor of the “Family Literacy Academy,” to help fight illiteracy across the world. Hall’s organization ‘Acts of Love‘ is a strategic global initiative that provides resources to […]

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