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Michael Ray Wrigley

Roman's College of Country Knowledge

What can make a Monday better? Winning Roman's College of Country Knowledge. Unfortunately, for Deloroes that wasn't the case. She lost, but if you think you can win, email Mornings@US99.com to play! Today's Questions: 1. It was just a little over 13 years ago that "What Hurts The Most" started it'...
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Chicago Restaurants

Stylz and Roman's :15 Second Frenzy: Let's Eat!

Sebastian Maniscalco is a Chicago guy that grew up in Arlington Heights. Since you never forget your roots, Stylz and Roman decided to ask him to name as many Chicago restaurants as he could in :15 seconds. Did listener Jamie do better or worse than Sebastian in naming famous places in Chicago to...
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Kicker Robbie Gould #9 of the Chicago Bears gives instruction to teammate in the second quarter against the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field on January 3, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois.

Robbie Gould demands to be traded, wants to be closer to Chicago

It was devastating when the team released Robbie Gould back in 2016; some understood the move by the organization, while others, frustrated with years of sub-par performances by Jay Cutler, were left bewildered that the Bears' all-time leading scorer was let go. It was a decision the team would...
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Millennium Park Announces Free Summer Movie Series

Few things are better than Chicago in the summertime. One of the best ways to take advantage of it is to catch a movie in Millennium Park. The best part about it? You won't have to spend a dime! This year's lineup has been announced and features a wide variety of crowd-pleasers. You can find more...
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Cosmo Carrie's Pop-up Bar

You Still Have Time For a Girl's Night at 'Sex and the City' Pop-Up 'Cosmo Carries'

Grab your ladies for a night on the town because the Sex and the City pop-up has extended its stay in River North. Prepare for an evening of designer shoes, girl talk and best of all, Cosmos! Ironside Bar and Galley in River North -- the bar responsible for the former 90210 bar -- turned the lower...
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Jojo's Milk Bar

JoJo's Milk Bar Brings Instagrammable Dining to River North

Ever want to go back in time and share a milkshake with your significant other or a friend in a same-sider booth? Well, now’s your chance to do that at the latest addition to River North. On Feb. 28, JoJo’s Milk Bar opened in Chicago’s River North neighborhood offering loaded milkshakes, Instagram-...
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MARCH 14: Actor Jussie Smollett leaves Leighton Criminal Courthouse after his court appearance on March 14, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. Smollett stands accused of arranging a homophobic, racist attack against himself in an attempt to raise his profile beca

Chicago sues Jussie Smollett over investigation costs

After Chicagoans, Mayor Emmanuel & the Chicago Police Department expressed their displeasure after charges of filing a false report against 'Empire' actor, Jussie Smollett, were dropped, some felt solice in the fact that the city intended to sue Smollett for investigation costs. The City of...
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Actor Jussie Smollett after his court appearance at Leighton Courthouse on March 26, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.

City of Chicago drafting paperwork to sue Jussie Smollett

If you thought the city of Chicago's on-going conflict with Empire actor Jussie Smollett were slowing down, today proves that no end is in sight. After the charges were dropped against Jussie Smollett in mid-March, much to the displeasure of Chicagoans, the Chicago Police Department & Mayor...
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Chicago Desserts

10 Delicious & Insta-Worthy Dessert Spots in Chicago

Our society is obsessed with taking photos of everything and anything as long as we can level up our 'gram. For this reason, restaurants have also been upping their game when it comes to how they present many of their food and drink items. Think about it -- there's probably been a handful of times...
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Lori Lightfoot

Lori Lightfoot: Chicago's first African-American woman, as well as openly gay, mayor

Lori Lightfoot made history in Chicago Tuesday night when she became the city's first African-American woman as well as the first openly gay, mayor of Chicago. Full story & results
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