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Countdown to Chicago Marathon: 4 Weeks

And my weekly countdown is starting: 4 weeks and counting until marathon day!

After everything I have accomplished this summer, I am scared out of my mind that I am not ready – especially because work has been keeping me at the office far longer than I would like, which cuts my running time. 191 more words


Doing This Would Scare Dave Fogel Out Of His Wits! (Read The Story, You'll Get It!)

If you saw people rappelling down the side of the Wit Hotel yesterday, they weren’t breaking any laws, they were actually raising money for charity!  There was about 70 people as part of the “skyline plunge” that were doing it to raise money for the Respiratory Health Association.   41 more words


Saint Cru Fashion show 2012

Saint Cru hosted their 2nd Fashion show at the Wit Hotel downtown Chicago and I got a chance to interview owner, Wynita Yancy! Great, great company. 19 more words


Fame Fashion & Flavor for Fashion's Night Out's 4th Extravaganza

After careful planning we decided that the best way to do the FNO thing was to start at the North end and work our way South.   111 more words

Chicago Styled

Man Attacked, Carjacked In Loop

UPDATED 10/26/11 6:31 a.m.

CHICAGO (CBS) — Police are searching for the carjackers who stole a car in the Loop early Wednesday morning.

The victim, an 18-year-old man, was left with a scraped face during a struggle with the carjackers at the corner of State and Lake Streets, near the Wit Hotel. 150 more words


Daredevils Take Plunge Off Wit Hotel For Charity

CHICAGO (CBS) — More than 130 daring men and women scaled the Wit Hotel over the weekend in the name of respiratory health.

Suspended 278 feet above the intersection of State and Lake streets, participants stepped over the edge to raise awareness and funds for lung disease. 228 more words


Out In The Cold

Last week I felt like I hit the jackpot when I was approved to cover the Virgin Airlines party at the Wit Hotel. Then I arrived to find the red carpet outside in the 40 degree cold/rainy weather. 139 more words