Wrigley Field, Rooftops, Chicago, Cubs, Fans

City Approves Wrigley Rooftops to Allow Some Fans During Cubs Games

According to sources at WGN News, the city has approved for Wrigley Field rooftops to be open and allow some fans in the stands, at a limited capacity, during Cubs games.
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#FindingTheGood: It's a Virtual Taste Of Chicago This Month!

The Taste Of Chicago goes online for this summer with some new features!
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Chicago, Blackhawks, NHL, Hub City, McCormick Place

Chicago is One of Four Finalists to Be NHL Tournament Hub City When Hockey Returns

The hockey season is expected to restart in two weeks and Chicago is one of the four finalists to be considered a “hub city” for the NHL playoffs. The other three finalists are Las Vegas, Edmonton, and Toronto.
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#FindingTheGood: Both the Lincoln Park & The Brookfield Zoo Set To Re-Open Soon!

Both Chicagoland zoos set to reopen in Phase 4 with new guidelines and we're so excited!
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Chicago, Recess, Outdoor Patio, Bar, Restaurant, Drinks

Check Out the Largest Outdoor Patio Bar in Chicago!

What is better than sitting outside on a nice Chicago summer day while drinking an ice-cold cocktail? Not much honestly. Good thing the new bar in the West Loop, Recess, has the largest outdoor patio in the city!
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Farmers Market, Chicago, Local, Businesses, Help

Local Farmers Markets Add Online Ordering and Drive Thru Pick-Up to Help Businesses

COVID-19 has just about taken everything away that we love to do in the summertime, including browsing local farmer's markets. The weather is beautiful, but with the new health and safety guidelines, most farmers markets have remained closed.
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Summer Camps, Chicago, Local, Masks, Pandemic, COVID-19, Restrictions

Chicago Park District Summer Camps Will be Back With Some Changes Amid Coronavirus

Starting yesterday, parents can register their children for summer camps through the Chicago Park District, but many programs will have changes and restrictions due to COVID-19.
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Groceries, Social Media, Local, Chicago, Neighbors, Help, Food

One Social Media Post Started a Community Wide Effort to Feed Families in Need

What started as a single social media post asking if any neighbors needed help buying groceries, grew into an entire community-wide effort to help families in need.
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Food Pantry, Chicago, Local, Donation

10 Year Old Chicago Student Helps Local Food Pantry

At just 10 years old, Olivia Rubenstein saw how hard the pandemic was hitting a local food pantry and decided to rally her fellow classmates together to donate supplies to the Lakeview Food Pantry.
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Face Mask, Children, Chicago, Binky, Kids

Chicago Man Makes Face Masks Specifically for Children

Once Andrew Smith lost his job due to the coronavirus he decided to create a company that made face masks specifically for children because he saw a void in the marketplace.
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