Articles By Kelly Bauer

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Coronavirus Spreads To Chicago As CDC Confirms Woman Is Ill

The woman traveled to Wuhan, China, where the virus was first discovered, in December.

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White Sox Create 1st Beer With Goose Island: Sox Golden Ale

The "easy-drinking, refreshing golden ale" has notes of cereal with honeysuckle and a "subtle fruitiness," according to a news release.

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Man Steals Weed From Cannabis Amnesty Box At Midway Airport, Gets Away

The boxes were installed at both city airports after recreational weed was legalized Jan. 1 because it's still illegal to fly with it.

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Barack And Michelle Obama’s Official Portraits Are Coming To Art Institute Of Chicago

The portraits will make their first stop of a national tour at the Art Institute, where they can be viewed June 18-Aug. 15, 2021.

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Terrarium-Like Domes With Live Plants And 3-Course Dinners Are Coming To The Mag Mile

The pop-up experience, called Dinner With a View, starts in April.

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‘Doomsday Clock’ Now Only 100 Seconds To Midnight — The Closest It’s Ever Been

Climate change and nuclear war have pushed the famous "doomsday clock" the closest to midnight it's ever been.

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Chicagoans Can Jog In The Near-Nude, Party In Lakeview For Cupid’s Undie Run Charity

"We run in our undies because those affected with [neurofibromatosis] can't cover up their tumors to feel more comfortable, so why should we?" the organizers wrote.

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Adopt Adult Dogs For Free Through PAWS This Saturday

Adult dogs come with unique benefits, PAWS said: They're often house-trained, know basic commands and don't necessarily have as much energy as puppies.