Ticket For Toking - XRT's Pot Smokin' PlaylistWith the news of legislation legalizing recreational marijuana in Illinois being submitted to the general assembly, let's review some smoky numbers that stoked the fires of our imagination:
JUST ANNOUNCED: All 2017 Chicago Summer Festivals & EventsSure we just had a lot of snow fall, but that doesn't mean it's too early to think about summer!
VIDEO: It's Snowing Like Crazy Outside The XRT Studio!The snow has created near white-out conditions at points throughout the day today!
Find Out When Chicago's Snow Plows Are Coming To Your StreetIt's snowing!
Lin Brehmer's Favorite Memory Of Chicago's South Side Irish Parade"HEEEYYYY BREHMER"
St. Patrick's Weekend Do's & Don'tsSome of the behavior exhibited on St. Patrick's Day (and the weekend leading up to it) can be suspect, so as a reminder here are a few things that you should, and more importantly, shouldn't do.
The CTA's Instagram Account Blasts Back To The Past With Vintage Transit PhotosWant a good look at vintage Chicago?
The Most Underrated Pizza In ChicagoAll you need to do is throw on a Chicago staple to have yourself one delicious pie.
Rolling Stones' Chicago EP From 1964 Told The Band's FutureMick and Keith, despite being born in Dartford, Kent, England, were always meant to make their way to Chicago
PHOTO: Double Door Closes Doors For GoodAn end of an era for the Chicago music community.
Trump: "Time For Trivial Fights Behind Us" - News With Mary DixonPresident Trump gave Congress a broad outline of his plans for overhauling Obamacare, changing the tax code, restricting immigration and boosting infrastructure spending ... UPDATE: Trump today was expected to sign a new travel ban that will exempt Iraq as well as people with visas and green cards, but that's been delayed. White House officials say they don't want to distract from the positive reaction to last night's speech ... Attorney General Jeff Sessions says his Justice Department will pull back on federal civil rights probes, like the one that concluded Chicago police engaged in civil rights abuses ... At least two people have died in tornadoes and severe thunderstorms across Illinois and the Midwest. One of the deaths was reported in Ottawa in north central Illinois ... Chicago's fourth ward has elected Sophia King to remain as alderman ... Mardi Gras is over, and the more contemplative Ash Wednesday begins. Some churches around Chicago will offer worshippers glittery ashes in support of the LGBTQ community ... The Bulls lost to the Nuggets ... the Blackhawks are bringing back Johnny Oduya ... We're expecting rain and then snow today, with temperatures in the mid-40s.
How To Make Deep Dish Pizza To Celebrate National Pizza DayIt's quite simple...

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