Posts Tagged “Food”

Orland Township Receives Donation from Lions Club

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Orland Township Receives Donation from Lions Club

Orland Township Receives Donation from Lions Club Orland Township was honored to accept a substantial donation from the Orland Park Lions Club for the Food Pantry’s Grocery Distribution to assist residents experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the office of Township Supervisor Paul O’Grady. The Orland Park Lions Club donated $5,000…

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Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving

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Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving

Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving One of my favorite holidays, Thanksgiving, has a lot to be thankful for and to also think about. Happy Thanksgiving everyone By Ray Hanania Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, next to election day of course. I don’t like to think about what we did to the Native Americans, though. I’ve…

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E. Coli Outbreak Possibly Linked to Romaine Lettuce

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E. Coli Outbreak Possibly Linked to Romaine Lettuce

E. Coli Outbreak Possibly Linked to Romaine Lettuce Do not buy or eat romaine lettuce from the Salinas growing region The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Department of Agriculture (USDA), as well as public…

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Offshore Restaurant offers Halloween fun

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Offshore Restaurant offers Halloween fun

Offshore Restaurant offers Halloween fun OFFSHORE, CHICAGO’S HOTTEST ROOFTOP DESTINATION, GETS SPOOKY ON HALLOWEEN NIGHT One of Chicago’s hottest venues on the nightlife scene brings the screams on Halloween Night with live thrills, frightening cocktails, spooky décor, and a costume contest with over $2,000 in prizes! Offshore, Chicago’s most buzzed about venue featured in Thrillist…

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Cicero hosts Houby Festival Oct 3 – 6, 2019

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Cicero hosts Houby Festival Oct 3 – 6, 2019

Cicero hosts Houby Festival Oct 3 – 6, 2019 The 51st Annual Houby Festival will kick off on Thursday, October 3, 2019 featuring a carnival with rides for family and children, a variety of Czech and other ethnic foods, a wide range of entertainment, and a parade on Sunday Oct. 6. Houby is the Czech/Slovak…

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Harper’s Anti-Hunger Bill Signed into Law

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Harper’s Anti-Hunger Bill Signed into Law

Harper’s Anti-Hunger Bill Signed into Law A measure to expand options for people experiencing food insecurity spearheaded by state Rep. Sonya Harper, D-Chicago, recently became law in Illinois. “Far too many Illinoisans don’t have a place to prepare, store or cook food in order to receive necessary sustenance,” State Rep. Sonya Harper said. “Unfortunately, overly-restrictive…

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Restaurant Review: Oozi Corner Mediterranean Restaurant Bridgeview

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Restaurant Review: Oozi Corner Mediterranean Restaurant Bridgeview

Restaurant Review: Oozi Corner Mediterranean Restaurant Bridgeview By Ray Hanania Oozi Corner Restaurant is a new eatery located at 91st and Harlem with a large dining area and a creative menu of some of the best Middle Eastern and Arab food available in the Chicagoland area. Oozi or Ouzi is a Jordanian dish consisting of…

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Candlewick Lake & Links Festival June 10

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Candlewick Lake & Links Festival June 10

Candlewick Lake & Links Festival June 10 Come Out for a Day of Fun with Your Family & Friends Sunday June 10. Open to the public. Candlewick is a gated community with a large beautiful lake. Non-residents normally require entrance through a resident. But during the Lake and Links Festival, the gates will be open…

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Silence is not golden when eating at the movie theaters

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Silence is not golden when eating at the movie theaters

Silence is not golden when eating at the movie theaters From drive-in movies in the 1950s and 1960s where we could eat and even bring our own food to the super digital movies where you can have dinner delivered to your seat. It’s great to be able to eat, but once-in-awhile, some movies are not…

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Finding the best Sunday Brunch restaurants

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Finding the best Sunday Brunch restaurants

Finding the best Sunday Brunch restaurants It seems like the Sunday Brunch has gone out of style or something. A lot of the great restaurants that once offered wide variety brunch menus seem to have disappeared. But if you look hard enough, there are a few worth the effort on a late Sunday morning By…

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Chicago releases its 2018 Special Events Schedule

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Chicago releases its 2018 Special Events Schedule

Chicago releases its 2018 Special Events Schedule Year of Creative Youth January–December 2018 Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events have designated 2018 as the “Year of Creative Youth.” The $2 million investment by the City of Chicago will include a Creative Youth Festival across the Millennium Park Campus, performance…

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The Primal Cut Steakhouse Restaurant review

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The Primal Cut Steakhouse Restaurant review

The Primal Cut Steakhouse Restaurant review There are a lot of great restaurants in the Chicagoland suburbs, but one of my favorites for steaks is The Primal Cut Steakhouse in Tinley Park. The steaks are always cooked perfectly and they are tasty. This is a must-visit place for steak lovers in Chicagoland’s suburbs By Ray…

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