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  1. Looking for a Short Commute? Live and Work in the SuburbsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | PRWeb

    Living in Chicagoland is synonymous with long commute times, but some suburbanites are finding ways to beat the traffic. A new transportation snapshot from Lake County Partners shows suburban commuters are more likely to have a quick commute than their city counterparts.

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  2. Flu season slams small businessesRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The flu season has slammed many small businesses, weakening already thin staffing levels and forcing some owners to scramble to cover shifts or get the work done. All but five of the 26 staffers at BusBank, a transportation booking service, have been sick at some point this season.

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  3. Airbnb admits its fast-paced nature makes it 'very difficult' to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | The Drum

    First brand-focused TV ad from the New York Times in a decade to air at the Oscars, President Trump tweets the Droga5 ad 'is bad.' ' Airbnb admits its fast-paced nature makes it 'very difficult' to partner with, but is eyeing more long-term brand collabs this year The pace of change makes forging a partnership with Airbnb "difficult", its own EMEA marketing director has admitted.

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  4. Slammed by the flu, businesses scramble to get work doneRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Ashley Breinlinger, a VP at Boca Communications in San Francisco, shown with her dog Bella, called this the "gnarliest flu season we've seen in 10 years." - The flu season has slammed many small businesses, weakening already thin staffing levels and forcing some owners to scramble to cover shifts or get the work done.

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  5. Slammed by the flu, businesses scrambleRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Columbian

    The flu season has slammed many small businesses, weakening already-thin staffing levels and forcing some owners to scramble to cover shifts or get the work done. All but five of the 26 staffers at BusBank, a transportation booking service, have been sick at some point this season.

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  6. Great Westerna s Teri Fahrendorf recalls 30 years in the beer industryRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Columbian

    Find more stories about some of the unique people that are our friends and neighbors in Clark County at www.columbian.com/portrait . Do you know someone we should write about? Send an email to [email protected] .

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  7. Long layover? Try a workout at an airport gymRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Work out while waiting for your flight? That's an option now at Baltimore Washington International Airport, where the only gym at a U.S. airport past security opened this week with plans to open 20 more at airports by 2020. It's the latest example of how fitness and health trends have started showing up at airports.

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  8. Airports get into fitness game with workout spaces, healthy foodRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Honolulu Advertiser

    A traveler walked past the ROAM Fitness gym at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Linthicum, Md., that opened last month. It is the only gym at a U.S. airport that is located past security checkpoints, and there are plans to open 20 more at airports by 2020.

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  9. 4-year-old Syrian girl reunites with family in US after months apartRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KWLM-AM Willmar

    A 4-year-old Syrian girl whose reunion with her family in the United States was delayed by President Donald Trump's travel ban had a joyful return to her parents on Friday. Muna Khadra and her family have lived in the United States since 2013.

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  10. "Hip Without the Rip" Eyewear Arrives in PittsburghRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | PR.com

    SEE, the pioneer of high quality, exclusive designs at a true value, is opening its first Pittsburgh location at 5533 Walnut Street in Shadyside. The Shadyside location joins the successful lineup of 38 SEE stores in New York City, Los Angeles, South Beach, Boston, San Francisco, Georgetown, Chicago, Nashville and Charleston, among others.

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  11. Lifestyle | "12 Angry Jurors" Coming to Hanover TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Go Local

    The show 12 Angry Jurors, a play based on 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose, will spend 11 days at Hanover Theatre in mid-March. This production will open at the new McDonough space, and invite a local school for a matinee performance March 15. This gender-neutral production will be directed by Kelly Morgan, former director at Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago and founder of the Mint Theater in New York City.

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  12. You Can Travel Across The U.S. By Train For Just Over $200Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Neatorama

    Gas is still pretty expensive in most places, and air travel is full of ridiculous TSA delays, so train travel is starting to look pretty good to travelers who want to go places without hassles or headaches. Riding the rails can be a relaxing and romantic way to see the country, as you travel down routes well over 100 years ago, and you can take an Amtrak train across the country for a mere $213.

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  13. Post-Election Stress Disorder takes hold across USRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SouthCoastToday.com

    Wally Pfingsten has always been a news junkie. But since President Donald Trump was elected, he's been so anxious about the political tumult that even just having the TV news on in the background at home is unbearable.  "It's been crippling," said the 35-year-old San Mateo, Calif., resident and political moderate who has supported both Democratic and Republican candidates in the past.

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  14. Businesses scramble to get work done,...Read the original story

    Friday | Times News

    The flu season has slammed many small businesses, weakening already thin staffing levels and forcing some owners to scramble to cover shifts or get the work done. All but five of the 26 staffers at BusBank, a transportation booking service, have been sick at some point this season.

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  15. Obama appearance in New York City causes brief commotionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Oak Ridge Observer

    Former president Barack Obama was just spotted in New York City, apparently visiting with a foundation that has contributed to the Obama Presidential Library, planned to be built in Chicago. Obama was seen exiting 160 Fifth Avenue, an office building near the Flatiron Building, around noon.

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  16. Deported With A Valid U.S. Visa, Jordanian Says Message Is 'You're Not Welcome'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | National Public Radio

    Yahya Abu Romman stands outside his family's home in downtown Amman. The 22-year-old was deported from the U.S. after landing in Chicago at the end of January with a valid visa.

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  17. Midwest travel: AC Hotel Chicago Downtown offers $20.16 rooms for Cubs opening weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Daily Herald

    AC Hotel Chicago Downtown is offering a two-day-only deal to celebrate last year's historic Cubs World Series victory and to kick off the 2017 baseball season. The grand slam of room rates is a night's stay for only $20.16.

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  18. Pair kicked off plane after asking Pakistani couple if they had a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | WFTV Orlando

    A man and his companion were escorted off a United Airlines plane over the weekend after he made racist remarks to a Pakistani couple, according to multiple reports. The passengers, who were not identified, were traveling Saturday from Chicago to Houston when the man in question spotted a Pakistani man and woman dressed in traditional garb, KHOU reported .

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  19. Red Tape & Walkabout Theater Present Mother of Smoke this SpringRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Red Tape Theatre and Walkabout Theater Company are pleased to present the world premiere of MOTHER OF SMOKE, a co-created production inspired by the collision of Chuck Mee's Trojan Women: A Love Story and Anton Chekhov 's The Cherry Orchard, playing March 23 - April 15, 2017 at The Broadway at Pride Arts Center, 4139 N. Broadway, Chicago. Directed by Walkabout's Artistic Director Thom Pasculli +, MOTHER OF SMOKE features original writing by Emma Stanton+, Morgan McNaught , Lucas Baisch and Ruth Margraff * with original music and text by Lucia Thomas.

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  20. New transit-friendly River West apartments offer free rentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | YoChicago

    The new Linkt apartments at 830 N Milwaukee Ave have a transit-friendly, pedestrian-friendly location in the hot River West neighborhood. A month's free rent is currently available on 13-month leases on select apartments.

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