Senior Chicagoans Can Receive Free Food and Gas on Wednesday and Thursday
Chicago mayoral candidate Dr, Willie Wilson, is giving away $1M in gas and food discounts on Wednesday and Thursday for Chicago seniors. Dr. Willie Wilson, local Chicago businessman and mayoral candidate has announced he will be sponsoring a $1M food and cash giveaway specifically for seniors living in the Chicago area. Any senior citizens living in Chicago Housing Authority buildings. Starting at 9:00am on Wednesday, seniors can receive a $25 grocery coupon at participating Cermak or Pete’s Markets. On Thursday they can fill their cars up at discounted prices at 15 area gasoline stations. While the original date for the giveaway was Monday, it was announced that the dates have been changed.
Here's How You Can Get A Free Italian Beef From Buona
Calling all Chicago Italian Beef lovers! Buona wants to satisfy your taste buds with a complimentary Italian Beef sandwich on May 27. In honor of National Italian Beef day, Buona will give each customer a sandwich with two toppings. Chicago is known for having fantastic food taste, so being able to fill your stomach for free is a great way to kick off Summertime Chi. Below are answers to questions you might have and things you should know before visiting Buona.
2nd Victim Identified in Chicago McDonald's Mass Shooting
Anthony Allen has been identified as the 2nd victim in a fatal Chicago McDonald's mass shooting.Charise Allen/ABC Chicago. Anthony Allen, a 31-year-old father of two has been identified as the second victim in the fatal mass shooting that happened outside a Near North Side McDonald's located in the 800-block of North State Street last week. In total, 9 people were shot, 2 fatally. It happened just before 11 pm on Thursday.
Illinois Governor First in Midwest to Ban Untraceable Do It Yourself Ghost Guns Designed to Evade Gun Laws
Governor J.B. Pritzker has signed a bill making dangerous "do it yourself" untraceable guns, which are increasingly being recovered by police, illegal in Illinois. Ghost guns printed on a 3D printerMitch Barrie/flickr.
How are the cookies at Molly's Cupcakes?
We are searching for the most delicious cookies in Chicago. Let us know your suggestions below!
Trying the Al Pastor taco at La Chaparrita Taqueria
This spot was recommended to us by our followers and we loved it! Its in the little village and the al pastor is one of the best we've ever had!
Trying Molly's Cupcakes for the first time!
We try Molly's Cupcakes for the very first time and absolutely loved it!
Eating the famous pizza at Chicago Pizza and Oven Grinder Co.
Some of our favorite pizza in the entire city. Its a bit unconventional but it is incredibly delicious!
Eating Fry The Coop's Chicken Sandwich for the first time
We were told many times you have to go to Fry the Coop. So we did! We went to the West Town location and absolutely loved their chicken sandwich! One of the best in the city!
What it's Like Flying Out of Midway Airport from Chicago to Tampa, Florida
We're off to Florida, Sunshiny Florida! What's it like flying out of Midway Airport from Chicago to Tampa Florida? Tune in to find out!
21-year-old Woman Shot 11 Times in Auburn Gresham
As temperatures rise in Chicago, so are shootings, with the latest being a 21-year-old woman killed while confronting robbers at a residence in Auburn Gresham. According to FOX 32, the shooting happened in the 7500 block of South Wolcott Street. The woman approached the residence's garage while it was being robbed and attempted to confront the offenders, and one pulled out a weapon and fired several shots at the victim. She was hit in the chest, back, and arm and pronounced dead at the scene.
Mom adds 1970s style to her home, pays less than $25 for each piece: "The opposite of white and grey homes everyone has"
A mom of three who lives in Chicago managed to change her house style while working with a tight budget. She avoided overspending and got every vintage piece for a low price, and the effects are amazing. As soon as you come into her home, you get transported to 1970, with a rush of color and creative decor.
The Chicago billionaire that is giving his fortune away
Eric Lefkofsky has a net worth of $4.1 billion. And he has promised to give most of this wealth away. Let's take a look at the story of the Chicago billionaire who is giving his fortune away.
Get $500 Monthly Cash Payments in New Program
photo of money on green backgroundPhoto by MOHD AZRIN (Creative Commons/Unsplash) Feeling some strain in your bank account? You're definitely not alone. Thankfully, there is some good news: applications for a program offering free money to Chicago residents are now open.
Inflation in Illinois: New report finds nearly half of residents struggle to pay bills
In the Chicago Metro area, prices this past March were up 7.8% from a year ago, according to the Consumer Price Index. (CHICAGO) If you've noticed your household bills are up lately, you're not alone. Everything seems to cost more these days. And Americans are struggling to pay for it all, according to the latest report from QuoteWizard, a LendingTree company.
Trying Sweet Mandy B's famous Double Doozy
The Double Doozy at Sweet Mandy B's is a must try! Its their most famous menu item and we thoroughly enjoyed the instant sugar rush it gives you!
What's the deal with all the gnats, Chicago?
Your answers on how to repel them, and do we know why there are so many this year?. (CHICAGO) Social media has been abuzz with reports of gnat swarms in Chicago, especially near the lakefront. One Twitter user posted, "I'm abandoning Chicago the gnats have won."
Professor at Art Institute of Chicago explains how art can provide a deeper understanding of Asian American history
The Art Institute of Chicago has one of the largest Asian art collections in the world. Monkey Business Images (Canva Pro license) In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Art Institute of Chicago highlights its extensive Asian Art collection, which is open to the public.
Introducing 'Chicagwa:' Cans of fresh Lake Michigan tap water celebrate Chicago, while stirring up controversy
Mayor Lori Lightfoot launches a campaign to promote Chicago's high-quality drinking water. However, the city is still dealing with dangerous lead pipes, and what's the taxpayer's cost of the new campaign?