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- Best of Chicago 2017 (I did best indoor play space, best facial and best non-cheesy tour.)
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- Where to Buy Now: 2017
- Ask Amy About Herself Already Advice columnist Amy Dickinson on her new memoir and a backup career dream
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- Tale of Troubled Boys
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- Our Guide to Live Lit Shows at Lit Crawl This Week
- Best of Chicago--Best dance workout, hair streaks, toy store and kids' clothing store
- The Insider's Guide to Pet-Friendly Chicago
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- Best Places to Live: Up-and-Coming Neighborhoods Edition
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University of Chicago:
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- In the city, in the field: In Chicago's schools and neighborhoods, social scientists continue to use the city as their lab--and their work--to improve lives
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