Fonzo McKnuckles. Manic Man. Bull Diablo. Shinobi Bloody.
Their names may not be familiar, but if you’ve been to a Windy City Rollers home season bout, you’ve surely seen them. They can often be spotted high-fiving little kids and posing for pictures with fans. If not doing either of those, they’re likely starting a dance party somewhere.
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Cameo by the Sears Tower. ;)
While some higher-end restaurants in Chicago focus things like the limitless possibilities of agar agar or modern takes on charcuterie, there’s a reason why places like Spiaggia, which has been around for 20+ years, still rightfully own a place in the canon of fine dining.
Read more: (Re)visiting Spiaggia
Free Neighborhood Parking On Sundays Part Of Chicago Meter Settlement
Chicago motorists will get free neighborhood parking on Sundays, thanks to changes negotiated by Mayor Rahm Emanuel to settle outstanding reimbursement claims for “a lot less” than the $61 million demanded by the company leasing city parking meters.
The free neighborhood parking on Sundays will begin from whenever metered parking expires Saturday night. So if a spot’s metered parking ends at 10 p.m. Saturday, it is free from 10:01 p.m. Saturday until 8 a.m. Monday.
Great news! But with the caveat that it’s offset by later metered parking times the rest of the week — 10pm or even midnight in some places.
Trace Chicago’s history through the bridges that helped shape its development, from the first wood footbridge to today’s iconic structures. Chicago Drawbridges premieres on WYCC this Sunday, April 28 at 5 p.m CT.
To learn more about the documentary, visit chicagodrawbridges.com.
Fun stuff — and good timing, considering installation the second half of the Wells Street Bridge starts this weekend.
Corn Cobs - feels good to be home.