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Chicago Limo and Car Service

If you are looking for a Chicago Limo Rental, look no further than Limos Inn Chicago Limousine service. We do corporate car service, group transportation. Chicago Limo and Car Service

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Sal’s Deli – Dreams do come true!

Sal Amico, a Philly native relocated to Chicago in 2009 to pursue his life-long dream of owning a successful family owned deli. Today he owns and runs Sal’s Deli, a popular eatery located in Chicago’s fashionable Lincoln Park area. Sal’s dream became reality because he serves only the highest quality …

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Rosie O’Donnell survived a heart attack by doing 1 simple thing

Now you can protect yourself by being ready to do the same thing. When Rosie O’Donnell suffered a heart attack, she chewed an aspirin and she credits that with helping to save her life. Now you can be ready to do the same thing by buying an At Heart® Emergency …

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George Ryan home after spending just hours at halfway house

By Angie Leventis and Annie Sweeney Tribune reporters 1:56 p.m. CST, January 30, 2013 Former Gov. George Ryan spent just hours at a halfway house on Chicago’s West Side this morning before he was released and sent to his Kankakee home, where he will be on home confinement until he …

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Hot, nutritious home-delivered meals for seniors!

Looking for a bit more “ME” time? Get fresh and delicious meals delivered to your doorstep, Monday through Friday, with no tax, tipping, or delivery charge. Leave the cooking to us! Hot, nutritious home-delivered meals for seniors in Chicago! www.NorwoodSeniorsNetwork.org/home.delivered.meals

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Chicago Rapper Has Set Cut Short At Inaugural Event Following Anti-Obama Rant

Yes We Can… kick you off stage Steve Watson Infowars.com Jan 21, 2013 Here’s what happens in America under Obama when a musician exercises their First Amendment rights; they get surrounded by men in black suits and kicked off the stage. Grammy-nominated rapper Lupe Fiasco was performing at a pre-inauguration …

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