Whitney Levon

Whitney Levon

A Chicago native, Whitney is a Featured Political Contributor. She is the founder of Sweetchitown.com, and has also published articles on Yahoo! News and Yahoo! Sports. In addition to all of this, she has ghostwritten for several other online publications. Her areas of expertise are politics, entertainment, and all things related to Chicago.
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  • Jackson Park Highlands Mansions Highlight Historical Chicago Neighborhood
    Long before Lake Forest and Winnetka became home to the Chicago's elite, Jackson Park Highlands was considered to be one of the most elegant places to live. Today, many of the city's historical mansions here are still standing and in great shape.
  • Obama's Economic Speech Won't Change Much for Average Americans
    Obama's speech, while passionate and inspiring, didn't give Americans much in the way of confidence that the economy will change the lives of average citizens.
  • Hillary Clinton's Frontrunner Status is Great News for Women, Democrats
    Hillary Clinton is the star of the Democratic party right now, and her potential candidacy is exciting the voting base already. She is the right person for the job and the country's future.
  • Chicagoan Makes Health Care Accessible for Ivory Coast Women
    One Chicago woman is working to make a difference in the Ivory Coast, and she is proof that just one person can affect the lives of many.
  • Kate Middleton is Pregnant - 5 Reasons Prince William and Kate Middleton Will Be Great Parents
    The Royal Palace has issued the biggest news of the year; the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their first child. There is no doubt that the royal couple will make excellent parents. Here is a look at why they will be a great mum and dad.
  • Shop Local: Chicago-Made Holiday Gift Guide for 2012
    Holiday shopping season has officially begun, and this year, more Chicagoans are looking to shop local for the special people on their lists. There are many local businesses that make great gifts for Chicagoans by Chicagoans.
  • Kim Kardashian Joins List of Celebs to Attend the Marine Corps Ball
    Kim Kardashian is the latest celebrity to accept an invitation to the annual Marine Corps Ball. It seems as though inviting a celebrity is becoming a part of the tradition for many Marines. Kardashian joins a list of famous celebrities who have honored ou
  • First Person: Three Things for Smokers to Remember when Trying to Quit
    Like many people, I started smoking socially when I was a teenager, but at some point that grew to a daily habit. Breaking the habit was difficult, and I tried many different methods. I failed a few times, but eventually, I was able to quit for good.
  • Celebrities Spending a First Thanksgiving with New Babies
    As Thanksgiving approaches, many celebrities are planning how they will spend the holiday. Several celebrities will be celebrating a first this year; their babies’ first Thanksgiving. Here is a look at some famous families that will be celebrating a first
  • Channing Tatum Considered the Sexiest Man Alive - Other Stars Under 30 Who Could Win the Title
    “Magic Mike” actor Channing Tatum is set to replace Bradley Cooper as People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive.” Tatum did show off his amazing body in his most recent movie, but he isn’t the only young actor who could hold the title of “Sexiest Man Alive.”
  • 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2' Cast Makes Big Money and Spends Big Too
    The actors in “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2” are enjoying continued financial success as a result of their roles in the film series. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner are all making and spending lot of money these days.
  • Republicans Must Compromise on Key Issues
    Now that the elections are over, it is time for politicians to get back to work. Republicans may be wondering where they went wrong during the presidential election, but their time is better served by focusing on some key issues.
  • Steve Buscemi Proves Worthy of Another Golden Globe Win
    Many fans are hoping Steve Buscemi will nab a Golden Globe nomination.
  • 'The Big Bang Theory' Deserves Another Shot at a Golden Globe
    “The Big Bang Theory” is a sitcom unlike any other on television. The ensemble cast, quality writing, and its use of guest stars make the show an excellent Golden Globe pick. Here is a closer look at why “The Big Bang Theory” deserves a nod this year.
  • Mark Dantonio Talks to Big Ten About Bad Call in Nebraska Game: A Fan’s Take
    The Michigan State Spartans are still hurting from their loss against the Nebraska Cornhuskers. The controversial calls in the game have most fans believing that the game could have turned out differently.
  • Celebrities with NBA Players for Fans
    When it comes to the NBA, there are plenty of celebrities who are die-hard fans. Spike Lee, Jack Nicholson, and many others can be spotted courtside on a regular basis. NBA players have their own favorite celebrity favorites of their own.
  • Chicago Bears Players Earn Top Honors: A Fan’s Take
    The Chicago Bears defense is arguably the best in the NFC, and some of the key players were recognized for their efforts in the last game against the Tennessee Titans. Here is a look at who won, and why they deserve the honor.
  • Three Houston Texans Players Who Threaten the Chicago Bears: A Fan’s Take
    The Chicago Bears have pulled ahead of the Houston Texans in this week’s power rankings, but they shouldn’t get too excited yet. The Bears are ranked second behind the Atlanta Falcons, and the Texans are close behind in third place.
  • Tom Izzo Angered by Empty Student Section at Spartans Games: A Fan’s Take
    The Michigan State Spartans have not had the best season so far. . Students at Michigan State have started to leave the student section somewhat empty at home games, and that is upsetting to Spartans basketball coach Tom Izzo.
  • Danieal Manning Returns to Chicago: A Fan’s Take
    The upcoming game between the Chicago Bears and the Houston Texans might prove to be emotional for at least one player. Danieal Manning will be facing his former coach and team, and his departure from Chicago was less than ideal.
  • A Fan’s Take: Can the Bears Beat Houston Without Charles Tillman?
    Can the Chicago Bears win against the Houston Texans without Charles “Peanut” Tillman? They might have to, but not because of an injury or any other football-related reason. Here is a look at what could happen on Sunday against the Texans.
  • Celebrity Fans of the Atlanta Falcons
    The Atlanta Falcons have the best record in football right now, with an impressive 8-0 record. The team has a solid following with celebrities already, so here is a look at those that were fans long before this season started.
  • Chicago-Area Restaurants Offer Thanksgiving Specials
    Chicago-area restaurants are getting into the holiday spirit just in time for Thanksgiving. Local businesses are offering up holiday parties, home-style meals, and Black Friday deals this year. Here is a look at some of the exciting restaurant events.
  • Obama Needs to Act on DOMA, Taxes
    Now that the election campaign is behind us, it is time for President Obama to get to work fulfilling his campaign promises. He won my vote, now I am looking forward to seeing that vote in action. Now He needs to make good on some campaign promises.
  • Then and Now: Gwen Stefani and Other 90s Pop Stars in a Career Comeback
    Some of the biggest pop acts of the 1990s are making big comebacks in the music world these days. Gwen Stefani’s band, No Doubt, is just the latest in a long line of musical comebacks that have 90s kids excited. Here is a look at these comebacks.
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  • Floyd Mayweather's Biggest Celebrity Fans
    Floyd Mayweather and 50 Cent's public feud turned out to be a publicity stunt, and the two are as close as ever. Mayweather has a lot of celebrity fans, here is a look at some of his biggest celeb admirers.
  • Three Things the Chicago Bears Must Do Against the Houston Texans: A Fan's Take
    The Chicago Bears are on a roll with a six-game winning streak. They will face their first big challenge in the second half of the season against the Houston Texans. As they prepare for this next match-up, what do the Bears need to work on?
  • Chicago Bears Coaches, Players Back Political Parties: A Fan's Take
    Football and politics don’t usually mix well, but some Chicago Bears players and coaches have not been shy about telling the world which side of the political fence they sit on.
  • Celebrities Send Out Election Day Tweets
    Celebrities have been very active in the current presidential election. Election Day inspired many celebrities to tweet about the election. Here is a look at some of the most notable Election Day tweets.
  • The Chicago Bears Face Obstacles in Weeks Ahead: A Fan's Take
    The Chicago Bears are on a six-game winning streak, and with only one loss so far this year, they are real contenders for the Super Bowl. There are, however, some problems that the team faces for the rest of the regular season that need to be addressed.
  • Chicago Bears Send Out Game Day Tweets: A Fan's Take
    The Chicago Bears put in an impressive win against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. The players who are active on Twitter hopped on to talk about the game and their fans. Here is a look at some of the tweets that Chicago Bears players sent on game day.
  • Commentary: Chris Christie Could Have Helped Mitt Romney's Campaign
    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has come under fire in recent days for his support of President Obama’s handling of Hurricane Sandy. Now it appears that he was Mitt Romney’s first pick for VP. How different the election would be with Christie?
  • Beverley Mitchell is the Latest Blonde Celebrity with a Baby Bump
    First-time parents seem to be popping up everywhere recently, and many of them happen to be blonde. Here is a look at some of the most famous blonde celebrities to sport a first-ever baby bump.
  • Celebrities Send Out Election Tweets
    Celebrities have been very vocal throughout the 2012 presidential election. In the days leading up to November 6, many stars took to Twitter to make their opinions known. Here is a look at some of the most notable celebrity tweets of Election 2012.
  • The Obama and Romney Campaigns Make Final Campaign Remarks
    In the final countdown to Election day, President Obama and Mitt Romney are making their final pitches to voters, as are key campaign supporters. Here is a look at some of the final remarks being made just before the election.
  • Newt Gingrich and Political Analysts Give Election Predictions
    Political pundits are reading polls, crunching numbers, and trying to predict the outcome of the presidential election. Here is a look at some of the most notable predictions about the potential outcome of the election.
  • Celebrity Football Fans Tweet About Their Favorite Sport
    When it comes to the NFL, celebrities are serious about their teams. Many notable celebs took to Twitter to talk about their teams and football in general. Here is a look at some of the most notable celebrity tweets for Sunday football.
  • Chicago Bears' Offense Shows Improvement: A Fan's Take
    The Chicago Bears’ offense is finally starting to take shape, but they still have a long way to go before they match the impressive performances put forth by the defense so far this season. Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans proved that.
  • Five Celebrity Notre Dame Football Fans
    Coach Brian Kelly and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish are on fire this season. They are undefeated so far, and the team has everyone in college football talking. Notre Dame is also a favorite team for celebrity college football fans.
  • Three Reasons Why the Chicago Bears' Defense is Unstoppable: A Fan's Take
    The offense for the Chicago Bears has shown great improvement over last season, but the real reason that the team is doing so well is because of their unstoppable defense. Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans was no exception.
  • Tim Tebow is the Latest Quarterback to Date an Actress
    New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is the latest NFL player to date a celebrity actress. He has been the object of celebrity crushes in the past, but this is the first time that he has actually dated one of the famous ladies who are attracted to him.
  • Celebrities Send Out Halloween Tweets
    This Halloween, many celebrities took to Twitter to talk about the holiday and their costumes. While there were a lot of general, “Happy Halloween” greetings from Hollywood celebs, some sent out some interesting tweets throughout the day.
  • Mitt Romney's Latest Campaign Push Includes Trump, Spanish-Language Ad
    In the final days of the election, Mitt Romney is pushing forward with new campaign ads, and is seeking help from some famous supporters. Here is a look at some of Romney’s latest campaign strategies.
  • Chicago-Area Elections Pull in Big Campaign Contributions
    The candidates running for president aren’t the only people who draw large campaign donations during election season. Many Chicago-area politicians have raised a lot of money themselves this year.
  • Politicians Make Surprising Remarks Just Days Before the General Election
    As Election Day draws near, notable politicians are making public statements endorsing their chosen candidate, and criticizing opposing campaigns. In recent days, Sarah Palin, Colin Powell and Donald Trump have all made their voices heard on the subjects.
  • New Campaign Ads Running in Key Swing States
    The general election may be less than two weeks away, but both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama have new ads running in key states throughout the country. A recent poll shows Romney leading the president by two points. Here is a look at some of the latest cam
  • Pundits, Celebrities, and Former Candidates Live Tweet the Debate
    Live tweeting during the presidential debates has become popular for pundits, politicians, comedians, and celebrities. The third and final presidential debate was no exception. Everyone from former candidates to movie critics gave their opinions.
  • New Romney Ad Push Before Election Day
    With the general election just weeks away, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his supporters are releasing more advertising spots for television, radio, and newspapers. Here is a closer look at the newest pro-Romney ads to be released.
  • Pundits, Celebrities Live Tweet the Presidential Debate Rematch
    The much anticipated presidential debate rematch between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama was once again a trending topic on Twitter. Many talk show hosts, pundits, and celebrities sent out messages with their real-time responses to what each candidate said.
  • The Detroit Tigers in the Playoffs: Which Celebrities Are Tigers Fans?
    The Detroit Tigers are just one win away from their first World Series appearance since 2006. They may not have as many celebrity fans as the New York Yankees do, but the Tigers have their fare share of famous followers.
  • Conservative and Liberal Pundits Live Tweet the Vice Presidential Debate
    The first and only debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan was closely watched by voters, and heavily tweeted about by political pundits. Here is a look at some of the most memorable Twitter comments of the debate/
  • Pundits, Politicians Weigh in on Upcoming Vice Presidential Debate
    Now that the first debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama is over, politicians and pundits have turned their attention to the first vice presidential debate. Both Republicans and Democrats are weighing in with advice and predictions.
  • Olivia Wilde Talks Sex: Plus Other Celebrities Who Share Their Sex Lives
    While some celebrities keep their private lives very guarded, others are not afraid to share their bedroom secrets. Here is a look at what Olivia Wilde and other celebrities have shared about their sex lives.
  • Miley Cyrus and Fiance Liam Hemsworth Take on Steamy New Roles
    Miley Cyrus and her fiance Liam Hemsworth have been keeping busy with new and edgy acting projects, most notably the music video that the pair stars in together. Here is a look at some of the steamy roles the two Hollywood stars have taken on recently.
  • Notable Tweets from the Presidential Debate
    Americans all over the United States intently watched the first debate between President Obama and Republican presidential candidate. It was the most heavily tweeted U.S. political event ever. Here is a look at some of the top Tweets about the debate.
  • Top 3 Apple Orchards Near Chicago
    Autumn is the time to head out to the local apple orchard to pick your own bag of apples. The harsh weather that we experienced this summer took a toll on the farmers of this state, so shopping your local farm is more important than ever.
  • Republicans and Strategists Offer Romney Debate Advice
    The first debate between Mitt Romney and President Obama is just days away, and it seems that many politicians and strategists have advice for the Republican hopeful. What helpful hints do conservatives have for Romney?
  • Five Celebrity MMA Enthusiasts
    With all of the interest in MMA these days, a comedy about the sport was bound to come out sooner or later. “Here Comes the Boom” is that MMA comedy. Hollywood is full of MMA fans; here is a look at five of them.
  • Obama Can Handle the Threat of a Nuclear Iran Better Than Romney
    President Obama is expected to use his speech before the U.N. General Assembly to warn Iran that the Unites States will, “Do what we must” to prevent them from acquiring a nuclear weapon. The subject of Iran is one that I have considered when deciding whi
  • Chris Chelios Burns Jay Cutler Jersey: A Fan's Reaction
    Hockey legend Chris Chelios allegedly lashed out at Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler by burning a Cutler jersey. Bears fans may not be happy with Cutler’s performance so far this season, but did Chelios take things too far?
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  • Not Spanking Children Should Be Common Sense
    A mother in Texas has expressed anger at the fact that a male principal was allowed to paddle her daughter as a punishment for helping another student cheat. As a parent of a teenager, I absolutely disagree with the mother’s choice to allow her daughter.
  • Most Recent Polls Show Obama Ahead in Florida
    The election campaigns of President Obama and Mitt Romney have each made the state of Florida a priority. The swing state could hold the key to victory for wither candidate. With just six weeks left before the general election, how are voters in Florida r
  • Romney, Obama Disagree on the Biggest Idea of the Election
    President Obama and Mitt Romney both appeared on “60 Minutes” last night to talk about the election and their campaigns. Each candidate discussed important issues such as the economy, health care, and fixing the problems in Washington.
  • Shaun White Joins List of Notorious Celebrity Hotel Vandals
    Shaun White was arrested for public intoxication and vandalism on Sunday. He caused trouble for a Nashville hotel after pulling a fire alarm and destroying a phone. The Olympic athlete's antics have earned him a spot among the most notorious celebrities.
  • New Romney Video Recieves Strong Reactions from Conservatives and Liberals
    A secretly recorded video showing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaking to donors has stirred up some controversy. Here is a look at some of the key reactions to Romney’s statement.
  • 3 Must-See Pumpkin Patches Near Chicago
    Halloween is quickly approaching, which means it is time to pick out you pumpkins for the holiday. If you live in Chicago, you can either grab a pumpkin at the closest grocery store, or you can plan a trip to one of the many pumpkin patches near Chicago.
  • Voters, Republicans React to Romney's Middle East Response
    The ongoing anti-American protests in the Middle East have thrust foreign policy into the forefront of the election. Mitt Romney spoke out against the White House’s initial response to the violence. What do voters and Republicans think of his reaction?
  • Top 3 Oktoberfest Events in Chicago
    If you are looking to celebrate Oktoberfest in Chicago, there are many different parties and events to choose from, whether you want beer and a brat or you want to do a 5K run. Here is a look at some of the best bets for Oktoberfest in Chicago.
  • Parents Should Support the Chicago Teachers Union
    As the Chicago Teachers Strike heads into its second day, it appears that the two sides are no closer to reaching a deal that would send our kids back to school. Despite the effect that the strike has had on parents so far, I support the teachers.
  • Commentary: Chicago Teachers Strike Adversely Affects Students and Parents
    Teachers in Chicago went on strike as of September 10. Educators in the city are fighting to keep the health care coverage that is currently in place, among other benefits. The question is, how does this affect students and parents in the city?
  • Republicans, Pundits React to Obama's Acceptance Speech
    As President Obama delivered his speech at the DNC on Thursday night, convention attendees appeared excited for their candidate. Now that the convention is over, politicians and pundits from the Republican Party are responding to the speech.
  • Chicago Museums You Have Never Heard Of
    Chicago may be home to several famous museums, but it is also full of smaller museums that offer unique experiences that the bigger attractions just can't match. Here is a look at three lesser-known Chicago museums.
  • Devin Thomas Announces Retirement: A Fan's Reaction
    Chicago Bears wide receiver Devin Thomas announced via Twitter today that he is retiring from football. His message was simple,“I have decided to retire from the NFL.” So what prompted this seemingly impromptu retirement, and how will it affect the team?
  • Factbox: Mitt Romney and Israel
    Mitt Romney’s visit to Israel was filled with visits to historic sites, stump speeches, and a fundraiser. The trip was a chance for the candidate to display his foreign policy while courting the Jewish vote back home, though he did cause some controversy.
  • Obama, Romney Resume Campaigns Quietly After Colorado Shootings
    President Obama and Mitt Romney are resuming their campaigns today. Both candidates suspended regular campaigning over the weekend in the wake of the Aurora theater shootings. It is critical that both candidates react to the tragedy appropriately.
  • The Renewed Gun-Control Debate, By the Numbers
    The tragic shooting in Aurora, Colorado has renewed the gun debate in this nation, both among lobbying groups and politicians. Guns and gun violence have now been brought to the forefront in national politics
  • Romney vs. Obama in Virginia, By the Numbers
    Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are in a virtual tie in Virginia, according to the most recent Quinnipiac poll. Virginia is a key battleground state in the presidential election. Romney has improved his numbers since the group’s March 20 poll.
  • Partisan Politics Affect the Satisfaction of Voters
    A recent Gallup poll shows that Americans are the most satisfied with the direction the country is headed since 2010. While that may sound promising, the actual percentage is just 28 percent. 69 percent of those polled are still dissatisfied.
  • Boy Scouts Should Prepare to Lose Members Over Decision on Gays
    The Boy Scouts of America leaders have announced that they will continue to deny membership to openly gay members and leaders. As the parent of a teenaged Boy Scout, I am extremely disappointed with the decision.
  • Ohio's Job Numbers a Preferred Storyline for Obama Against Romney
    As President Obama makes his way through the swing state of Ohio, he has made jobs and the economy part of his latest stump speech. Here is a closer look at jobs and the economy in the swing state of Ohio.
  • Shaun Gayle Joins List of NFL Players to Sue Over Head Injuries: A Fan's Take
    Shaun Gayle joined a growing list of former players for the Chicago Bears to file a lawsuit against the NFL. With so many players accusing the NFL of wrongdoing,does Gayle’s lawsuit have merit, or is he just another former player looking for a big payday?
  • Bulls, Bears and Blues: Why Chicagoans Take Pride in Their City
    Chicago residents are proud of their city for many different reasons. The Windy City is home to some remarkable institutions and cultural traditions. Here is a look at five reasons why Chicago residents take pride in their city.
  • Paycheck Fairness Act and Income Disparity
    President Obama is pushing for Congress to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act, though Senate Republicans are expected to block the legislation. Could the Paycheck Fairness Act have an impact on female voters?
  • D-Day: 10 Little-Known Facts About Normandy Invasion
    On June 6, 1944, 160,000 Allied Forces took part in the D-Day invasion that would change the course of WWII. Though most Americans know the basic story of D-Day, here are some facts about the invasion that you may not know.
  • One Million Moms Take Aim at JCPenney, but Disappear from Facebook
    One Million Moms, a creation of the American Family Association, has once again targeted JCPenney because of the retailer’s pro-gay family stance. Does this anti-gay organization have any chance of taking down JCPenney with their latest boycott campaign?
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  • Why Chicago Attracts and Keeps College Graduates
    Chicago is home to some of the best colleges in the country, so it is no wonder that we attract plenty of college students that stay here even after they have received their degrees. So how does Chicago keep these students interested in living here?
  • Newt Gingrich Quickly Becoming Mitt Romney's Biggest Defender
    Mitt Romney’s former opponents in the GOP race for president have been working hard for his campaign. Newt Gingrich is no exception, and he has been very busy supporting his former rival. Here is a look at the most recent news surrounding Gingrich.
  • Matt Forte Runs Uphill for the Chicago Bears: A Fan's Take
    There is a new chapter in the never-ending saga of Matt Forte’s contract negotiations. The Chicago Bears indicated that there was some concern over Forte’s longevity and whether his knees can hold out over the next few seasons.
  • Mitt Romney Won't Distance Himself from Donald Trump
    Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has the backing of several former candidates, but Donald Trump is the one grabbing national headlines recently. Trump has been campaigning for Romney, and the Obama campaign isn't pleased.
  • Tim Pawlenty as VP? From 'Obamneycare' to Possible Pick
    As the Republican National Convention draws closer, speculation over Mitt Romney’s vice presidential candidate continues to grow. Former presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty is now emerging as a top tier candidate.
  • President Obama Masters the Art of the 'Tweet'
    Social Media is playing an important role in this year’s presidential election, with candidates taking to social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter to get their campaign messages out to a wider audience.How are candidates using social media?
  • Johnny Knox Not Ready to Start the Season: A Fan's Take
    Chicago Bears fans held out hope for the last few months that wide receiver Johnny Knox would be ready to take the field again this fall. He has reported to the Bears’ offseason practice, but it seems to be clear that Knox will not be ready this fall.
  • Sorting Out the Bain Capital Attacks
    President Obama’s latest campaign strategy against Mitt Romney is to attack his opponent’s time with Bain Capital. What started as a simple attack ad has grown into much more than that. Here is a look at some of the most recent events on both sides.
  • Five Simple Ways that My Family Sticks to a Budget
    My family recently went from two incomes to just one, meaning our family really had to buckle down. Here are some of the easy ways that we make one salary go farther than our two incomes ever did.
  • NATO Protesters Take Over Residential Neighborhood
    The NATO summit hadn’t even begun when protesters took to the streets all over Chicago on Saturday, May 19. A large group of protesters took over a north side neighborhood to protest the city’s decision to close mental health clinics.
  • Unique Chicago Spots for Father's Day
    Father’s Day is right around the corner, so it is time to start planning your day with dear old Dad. Instead of getting him the traditional tie, this year you might want to consider taking him to one of these great Chicago spots.
  • Brandon Marshall Cleared in Nightclub Incident: A Fan's Take
    New Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall has been cleared of any wrongdoing in a recent altercation outside of a New York night club. Was the hype surrounding the incident overblown?
  • Karl Rove Group Will Spend $28 Million on Obama Attack Ads in Swing States
    The 2012 presidential election is proving to be a tight race. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are in a dead-heat. With such little room for error, the so-called swing states will play a key role in November.
  • The Music Industry Remembers Donna Summer, Grieves the Loss of Disco Legend
    Donna Summer, the “queen of Disco” passed away today at the age of 63. Her music inspired generations of musicians and artists that followed her. Many of those artists took to Twitter to express their sadness and share their warm memories of her.
  • Six Chicago-Area High School Football Players Nominated for U.S. Army All-American Bowl
    Six Chicago-area high school football players have been nominated for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl this year. Here is a look at the players who might make an appearance in the January game.
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