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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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Introducing the Gately Poole Meisner Acting Classes!

Gately Poole is a top Chicago Acting School with a distinguished faculty and many successful alumni. Meisner Acting Classes Include: Meisner Acting Technique Comprehensive Acting Training Audition & Cold Reading Technique Fitzmaurice Voice Technique Williamson Movement Technique On Camera Technique http://www.gatelypoole.com

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Home of the Mystery Date

1) Answer 10 questions. 2) We will personally hand-pick your match. 3) And set you up on a Tawkify, Walkify, or Mystery Date! Tawkify – Home of the Mystery Date

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Submit Pothole in Street Request

Chicago Report Pothole in Street App Report Potholes in public Chicago streets Most requests for Pothole in Street are addressed in 7 days or less. Instructions Describe the issue you wish to report including a photo and/or a description. Submit Pothole in Street Request

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BackUp Generators By Generac

BackUp Generators By Generac Backup generators provide power to your home or business when the utility company’s power fails. Backup generators give you a comforting feeling, that your home or business is protected from power outages when storms approach, such as; snow storms, rain storms, tornado’s and lightning storms. We are your …

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U.S. appeals court strikes down state’s concealed-carry ban

Chicago Tribune reporter Ray Long provides details on the U.S. appeals court ruling regarding concealed weapons in Illinois. By Ray Long, Annie Sweeney and Monique Garcia Tribune reporters 1:15 p.m. CST, December 11, 2012 The state of Illinois would have to allow ordinary citizens to carry weapons under a federal …

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Owner of firm with new O’Hare contract linked to alleged mob figure

Chicago Business Journal Date: Friday, November 30, 2012, 10:57am CST Union janitors at O’Hare International Airport protested that switching to a private contractor would cost them jobs. The owner of a firm recently awarded a $99.4 million janitorial contract to replace 300 union workers at O’Hare International Airport has close …

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