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Cycle Bike Shop Responds to Chicago’s Recent Bicycle Craze

Cycle Bike Shop Responds to Chicago’s Recent Bicycle Craze

Carmichael Pusateri, the owner of Cycle Bike Shop, has been around to see all of the recent trends in Chicago cycling, including its recent spike in popularity. Pusateri, a former bike messenger turned business owner, opened the bicycle store in 1992 on the 1400 block of South Michigan Avenue. Being in the area for over […]

Local Business Offers Chicago Art Hunt Adventure

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Local Business Offers Chicago Art Hunt Adventure

Bottle & Bottega is sending local Chicago residents scavenging for artistic treasures. The Art Hunt, which is open to the public, features eight local artists’ paintings that are hidden throughout many of Chicago’s chic dining venues. Starting Monday, September 8, clues about where each of the eight art pieces are hidden will be posted to […]

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City Lit Curates Well-read Relationships with Readers

City Lit Sidebar – Independent Bookstore Day As she made her way from shelf to shelf with an armful of oversized children’s books, straightening and arranging as she went, Teresa Kirschbraun paused to survey her store. She smiled from ear to ear at the bustling room, normally a little quieter but that day full of conversation […]

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Students in Lincoln Park Face Grocery Store Shuffle

Grocery Store Shuffle Whistling while she shops for groceries, 20-year old Depaul University student Ashley Jacobs weighs the pros and cons between honey-nut and original Cheerios. “I don’t remember it being so expensive before.” Jacobs said. The boxes cost a dollar more. Jacobs used to shop where all other Depaul students with a similar college […]

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A Taste of the Taste

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A Taste of the Taste

Today several vendors set up shop under crystal clear blue skies in Daley Plaza, serving hungry crowds during a lunch hour preview event for this year’s Taste of Chicago. This afternoon’s event featured restaurants that will be apart of the main festival in July. From Italian Sausage served by Mariano’s to Frog Legs from Lawrence’s Fisheries […]

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Foodies at the Taste experience delicious options

Chicago foodie Raquel Salgado walked away from the Smoke Daddy barbecue, scarfing down a juicy, nutritious pulled-chicken sandwich. She sat down in the shade with her lunch, talking to friends and other foodies, while enjoying the upper 60-degree weather. Salgado attends the Taste of Chicago in July every year in Chicago, and like most people […]

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Don’t Let Water Damage Do Your Place In

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Don’t Let Water Damage Do Your Place In

After a brutal winter, everyone in Chicagoland is happy to see the weather finally warming up.  But now that the snow is behind us, home and business owners have water damage to worry about. Last year we saw one of the worst rain storms of all time in late April. We have yet to experience […]

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