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Stuffed Peppers. Granny's Old School Sicilian Way.

A very good friend reminded me today of stuffed peppers. My grandma would spend 8 hours making her version of stuffed peppers using not only the traditional green peppers but she included red, yellow and orange peppers as well in her… 1,116 more words


Two Pieces of Jane’s Walk News!

A month ago, I announced that Jane’s Walk Chicago and Friends of Downtown would be offering a Dearborn Street Jane’s Walk as a Biennial program in November. 236 more words


Don’t Like Your Home’s Appraisal? Here’s What You Can Do

CHICAGO, Oct. 17, 2017 (StlRealEstate.News)  If consumers are unhappy with the appraisal of a home they re buying or selling, they have options available to them, the president of the nation s largest professional association of real estate appraisers said today.   45 more words

Trevor Noah reveals real reason on why Trump hates on Chicago

This week, Trevor Noah kicked off the Daily Show’s episodes from Chicago on Monday night – by taking a hard look at the city’s reputation as one of the most… 378 more words

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Rahm visits Englewood and announces shootings dropped 43 percent

In Englewood, shootings have dropped 43 percent this year – according to Mayor Rahm Emanuel said on Monday. Speaking at the Englewood Police Department headquarters – Rahm noted there had been 130 fewer shootings so far this year compared the same time period in 2016. 236 more words

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Chinatown Food Guide

I haven’t always loved living in Chicago, but since my early days in the city Chinatown has always been one of the highlights of living here for me. 988 more words