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  1. CEBR present and accounted for at Northalsted Market DaysRead the original story w/Photo

    44 min ago |

    Northalsted Market DaysA is scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday, August 8th and 9th from 11:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. on North Halsted Street in Chicago between Belmont and Addison. The beneficiary for the event is Northalsted Business Alliance and they want to announce that at this year's event, CEBR will be featured.


  2. Phone battery rental kiosks arrive at Union StationRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune

    Amtrak said it has partnered with New Orleans-based startup MobileQubes to install four battery-rental kiosks at Union Station, like this one seen Aug. 4, 2015, to help rail passengers keep their phones and other devices powered. Amtrak said it has partnered with New Orleans-based startup MobileQubes to install four battery-rental kiosks at Union Station, like this one seen Aug. 4, 2015, to help rail passengers keep their phones and other devices powered.


  3. County OKs $500K more for stadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    The unanimous vote comes six days before San Diego's stadium negotiators travel to Chicago on Monday aiming to convince a panel of NFL owners that the Chargers should stay in San Diego instead of moving to Los Angeles. San Diego officials have frequently touted the strong financial partnership forged this year between the county and city on a potential new stadium, so it would have been a setback if the supervisors hadn't approved the money on Tuesday.


  4. CMWS 2015: Prairie Gravel wins Game 14 with 4-1 finish against Youth League ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Farmington Daily Times

    After a shaky first inning for both Prairie Gravel and Youth Service League, it looked like Game 14 might be riddled with pitching changes. Instead, adjustments were made, and both starters finished strong.


  5. Demetrius Lake hitting the basketball travel circuitRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    After the stress and hustle of a school year, it is always nice to get away for a vacation to a different city. The Holland junior just returned from an Elite camp in Chicago, where 60 players showed off their skills on the campus of DePaul University in the downtown area.


  6. What this man learned working 50 jobs in 50 statesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago |

    In the past seven months, Heath Padgett has worked as a martial arts instructor, bread baker, goat farmer, apple picker, poop scooper, park ranger, bike mechanic, paddle boarding guide, and zombie at Six Flag. He hasn't made a cent.


  7. Thip Khao is a nominee for Bon Appetita s best new restaurants listRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Best restaurant lists. We love 'em, we hate 'em, we can't help but feel a little hometown pride when one of our own makes the cut.


  8. It's Mostly Cloudy at Midwest Real Estate DataRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | PR Log

    Cloud Streams is the listing alert and collaboration tool that real estate brokers will love to use from the folks who provide Cloud CMA, W&R Studios . It allows you to send gorgeous listing alerts to prospective purchasers via email or text, and has real-time MLS property information.


  9. Plum Market Partners with Instacart on New Online Grocery Shopping...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Plum Market to offer Instacart "Click and Collect" service in Metro-Detroit and Ann Arbor locations. Guests can use this first-to-market technology to order groceries online and pick them up at their local Plum Market store within one hour.


  10. Ruth Wilson GardnerRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Wenatchee World

    She was the first child of Ottilia "Tillie" and George "Ike" Wilson. After her father's death in 1931, Richard K. Sticka became her step-father.


  11. Look Out, Casper: Another Mattress Startup Is Joining the $15 Billion Pillow FightRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Fox News

    The latest contender in the industry's pillow fight is New York City-based Helix Sleep , an online mattress company that officially launched today. Helix customers take a quiz, answering questions about their body structure, sleeping routines and mattress preferences.


  12. Dance Card: Lucky Plush's airport dance touches down in San FranciscoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | The Campbell Reporter

    Considering the number of flights so many of us make these days, the Chicago dance-theater company Lucky Plush seems to have hit creative pay dirt with a work inspired by airport rituals. The company will make its Bay Area debut performing this work, "The Queue," Aug. 13-15 at San Francisco's ODC Theater.


  13. Distillery planned for old Hoffman firehouseRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    Hoffman Estates officials Monday gave permission to a West Dundee man to apply for a special use permit to lease the village's former fire station near the Sears Centre Arena for a liquor distillery, tasting room and retail space. Noel Garcia, who recently moved from Hoffman Estates, said he'd like to be able to open the business sometime around next Valentine's Day in the former Fire Station 24 at 2601 Pratum Ave. The YGS Group provides digital and printed reprint services for Daily Herald.


  14. Jazz iconoclast Steve Coleman on the ancient bedrock of human creativityRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Chicago Reader

    The saxophonist, composer, and M-Base founder talked to local reedist Geof Bradfield during a Chicago residency that ends with a Millennium Park concert on Thursday. Steve Coleman and Geof Bradfield had a wide-ranging and erudite conversation for this week's Artist on Artist.


  15. Dude Surfs On A MotorbikeRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | WHP-AM Harrisburg

    Originally from Reading, PA, he has considered Harrisburg home for many years, and is related, according to family folklore, to John Harris, founder of Harrisburg. One day he'll get around to tracking down the family tree.


  16. Indiana convention's CEO calls for broader LGBT protectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    The CEO of a massive gamers' convention that threatened to leave Indiana earlier this year over a divisive religious objections law said Thursday that organizers are "shopping the show" to other cities and could relocate if lawmakers don't expand protections for gays and lesbians. Cities across the U.S. have courted convention organizers since Republican Gov. Mike Pence signed the initial bill in March, provoking national uproar from critics who believed it would sanction discrimination against gay people.


  17. Macy's expanding same-day delivery, but not to OhioRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch

    The E-Edition includes all of the news, comics, classifieds and advertisements of the newspaper. And it's available to subscribers before 6 a.m. every day.


  18. Indy nearly doubles number of nonstop flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | TheIndyChannel

    Indianapolis International Airport has gained 22 nonstop flights in the past year, nearly doubling its previous offerings, thanks to a coalition lobbying airlines to add more of those flights to important business destinations around the country. The airport now offers 41 nonstop flights, more than it has had since Indianapolis-based ATA Airlines folded and other airlines started a wave of consolidation six years ago, Indianapolis Business Journal reported.


  19. Memphis enlivens old dead spots for a mega-makeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 2 | The Janesville Gazette

    No redevelopment project has received more attention in Memphis than its pyramid, which has been turned into a Bass Pro Shops, and includes a hotel, bowling alley and shooting range. Memphis Made Brewing is part of Memphis's food and drink revival that brings the city well beyond its reputation for barbecue.


  20. Looking for lesbians: a cross-country road storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Feministing

    On May 21st I flew to New York, six days after graduating with my masters and twelve hours after dropping my stuff at my parents' house. Two months later, I am preparing to board a plane back to Indiana after visiting 30 states plus Washington D.C to create partnerships between local restaurants and local LGBT community centers and organizations through the BLgT USA tour, a 50 state food tour pairing the classic BLT sandwich with LGBT rights.