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SAVOR-Funkenhausen

  SAVOR Funkenhausen

When it comes to fusion, West Town spot Funkenhausen, 1709 W. Chicago Ave., might be one of the more unusual restaurants. The cuisine here is a mixture of German ...


 
NGLCC-Grubhub-team-to-help-LGBTQA-owned-restaurants

  NGLCC, Grubhub team to help LGBTQA-owned restaurants

The country's vulnerable LGBTQ+-owned restaurants and bars serving food will find help this fall, courtesy of a partnership formed by the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) and Grubhub. These small business owners have been among ...


 
Christkindlmarket-marking-25th-anniversary-will-return-to-Daley-Plaza-and-Wrigleyville-

  Christkindlmarket marking 25th anniversary; will return to Daley Plaza and Wrigleyville

--From a press release

(CHICAGO, IL)-(September 15, 2021)-The Christkindlmarket Chicago celebrates its 25th anniversary and will be back in-person as well as online in 2021! Visitors can enjoy their most beloved holiday tradition at two locations this season: ...


 
Pleasure-Chest-donating-to-Gay-for-Good

  Pleasure Chest donating to Gay for Good

Adult novelty boutique The Pleasure Chest will commemorate its milestone 50th anniversary by donating 15% of the total vibrator sales from its four storefront locations and e-commerce store on Sept. 15-30 to Gay for Good—a national ...


 
PASSAGES-Pioneering-lesbian-business-owner-Susan-Mazer-dies

  PASSAGES Pioneering lesbian business owner Susan Mazer dies

Susan Mazer died August 31 due to COVID-19 complications. She was 77. At the time of her death, Mazer was living in Port Saint Lucie, Florida with her wife Janet Norton. Mazer was born May 10, ...


 
City-of-Chicago-files-lawsuits-against-DoorDash-GrubHub-

  City of Chicago files lawsuits against DoorDash, GrubHub

--From a press release

CHICAGO — Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, Acting Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP) Commissioner Kenneth Meyer and Corporation Counsel Celia Meza announced that the City of Chicago has filed two ...


 
LGBTCC-hosting-boat-cruise-business-boot-camp

  LGBTCC hosting boat cruise, business boot camp

The LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois (LGBTCC) is hosting two separate events within the next few weeks. The organization will hold its annual boat cruise Monday, Aug. 23, 6-9:30 p.m., on The Spirit of Chicago ...


 
Jered-Pruitt-CASL-COO-honored-as-a-Crains-Chicago-Business-2021-Notable-LGBTQ-Exec-

  Jered Pruitt, CASL COO, honored as a Crain's Chicago Business 2021 Notable LGBTQ Exec

Chicago — The Chinese American Service League (CASL), the largest AAPI social service agency in the Midwest, is proud to announce that Chief Operating Officer Jered Pruitt was honored as a Crain's Chicago Business 2021 Notable ...


 
Windy-City-Times-fellowships-available

  Windy City Times fellowships available

Windy City Times will have four paid internships for writers available this fall as part of a new journalism education initiative, "Training the Next Generation of LGBTQ Journalists and Storytellers," in partnership with the Field Foundation. ...


 
Aug-12-LGBTQ-town-hall-to-discuss-bar-inclusivity

  Aug. 12 LGBTQ town hall to discuss bar inclusivity

Miller Lite and Equality Federation announced "Open & Proud," an initiative that aims to create safe, inclusive spaces at bars for the LGBTQ community. The program features a series of town halls where LGBTQ individuals older ...


 
Taste-of-Andersonville-returns-Wed-Aug-11

  Taste of Andersonville returns Wed., Aug. 11

--From a press release

CHICAGO (July 28, 2021) — The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce (ACC) is excited to welcome back one of its most popular summer events: the annual Taste of Andersonville on Wed., Aug. 11, 5-8 p.m. This year's ...


 
Howard-Brown-Health-calls-on-businesses-LGBTQ-events-to-re-implement-COVID-restrictions

  Howard Brown Health calls on businesses, LGBTQ events to re-implement COVID restrictions

--From a Howard Brown press release

(Chicago, IL, July 28, 2021) — Howard Brown Health, the Midwest's largest LGBTQ healthcare organization, is imploring local businesses and public event producers to implement strict COVID-19 safety and prevention ...


 
Char-Schoenbach-talks-helping-LGBTQs-through-Allstate-next-chapter

  Char Schoenbach talks helping LGBTQs through Allstate, next chapter

Lifelong Chicago resident Char Schoenbach began her career in sales and worked for two insurance agents before opening her own Allstate agency 31 year ago. "I have always believed in providing all people with quality insurance," ...


 
Virtual-TLGBQ-Economic-Justice-Summit-on-Sept-11-12

  Virtual TLGBQ+ Economic Justice Summit on Sept. 11-12

The National LGBTQ Workers Center will hold its 3rd Annual TLGBQ+ Economic Justice Summit on Sept. 11-12. This event will be held virtually. Organizers are still accepting workshop proposals. Those who would like to propose a ...


 
Soapbox-travels-to-Chicago-to-raise-hand-hygiene-awareness-

  Soapbox travels to Chicago to raise hand-hygiene awareness

Clean beauty company Soapbox unveiled the world's biggest bottle of soap in New York City's Times Square on July 15, marking the launch of a multi-city tour aimed at raising awareness for the importance of hand ...


 
Col-Jennifer-Pritzker-donating-to-ACLU-to-help-fight-anti-trans-laws

  Col. Jennifer Pritzker donating to ACLU to help fight anti-trans laws

Chicago philanthropist and business owner Col. Jennifer Pritzker plans to donate $101,000 and additional six-figure future support to the ACLU from her TAWANI Foundation to fight Tennessee's anti-transgender laws in court, a press release announced. T ...


 
Palette-Beauty-dry-bar-offers-quick-affordable-makeup-services

  Palette Beauty dry bar offers quick, affordable makeup services

Nicola Craig has opened a new business, Palette Beauty, at 2730 N. Clark St., in Chicago's Lincoln Park area. Craig—who calls herself a "big business nerd with a passion for both entrepreneurship and creative endeavors"—started her ...


 
STAYCATION-A-cozy-un-hotel-hotel-is-in-Lincoln-Park

  STAYCATION A cozy 'un-hotel' hotel is in Lincoln Park

People may not have heard of The Neighborhood Hotel (2616 N. Clark St.; https://www.theneighborhoodhotel.com/). It's unique in many ways—from reservations to location, and more. But is it worth your time—and ...


 
BUSINESS-Wilson-Sporting-Goods-opens-first-in-person-store-in-Chicago

  BUSINESS Wilson Sporting Goods opens first in-person store, in Chicago

Visiting the new Wilson Sporting Goods store (932 N. Rush St.; https://www.wilson.com/en-us) during its July 15 grand opening, this writer learned two big things: 1. Wilson Sporting Goods Co. is actually headquartered in Chicago, in the ...


 
LGBT-Chamber-of-Commerce-of-Illinois-announces-Shop-Pride-program-showcasing-LGBTQ-business

  LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois announces 'Shop Pride' program, showcasing LGBTQ+ business

--From a press release

CHICAGO — The LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois (LGBTCC), today announced the official launch of the Shop Pride program designed to encourage Illinois residents to support ...


 
Association-of-LGBTQ-Journalists-names-2021-Excellence-in-Journalism-awardees

  Association of LGBTQ Journalists names 2021 Excellence in Journalism awardees

--From a press release

WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 14, 2021) — Today, NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists announced the recipients of its 2021 Excellence in Journalism Awards and recognized exemplary work produced in 2020. ...


 
LGBTQIA-tavern-to-open-in-Uptown-this-fall-

  LGBTQIA+ tavern to open in Uptown this fall

2Bears Tavern Group—which owns and operates Andersonville's The SoFo Tap and Meeting House Tavern as well as Rogers Park's Jackhammer—is opening 2Bears Tavern Uptown in the former Nick's on Wilson space at 1140 W. Wilson Ave. ...


 
Chicago-Red-Stars-partner-with-Black-Bread-Company-support-minority-businesses

  Chicago Red Stars partner with Black Bread Company, support minority businesses

--From a press release

Club Launches 'Stars of Chicago Business' Initiative to Support Local, Minority Owned Businesses CHICAGO (July 13, 2021) — The Chicago Red Stars today announced a new partnership with The Black Bread Company, the first ever Black-own ...


 
SBA-Illinois-restaurants-received-14-billion-in-pandemic-funds

  SBA: Illinois restaurants received $1.4 billion in pandemic funds

The Small Business Administration (SBA) announced funds for its $29-billion restaurant pandemic relief program were exhausted—leaving nearly two-thirds of applicants out of the money, The Chicago Tribune reported. In Illinois ...


 
Mayor-Lightfoot-celebrates-historic-15-minimum-wage-in-Chicago

  Mayor Lightfoot celebrates historic $15 minimum wage in Chicago

--From a press release

CHICAGO — On July 1, Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot joined City officials, workers, labor leaders and worker advocacy groups to mark a historic raise for hundreds of thousands of Chicago workers while calling on the federal ...


 
Baker-McKenzie-panel-examines-transgender-and-non-binary-workplace-inclusivity-

  Baker McKenzie panel examines transgender and non-binary workplace inclusivity

The law firm Baker McKenzie recently hosted a Pride Month panel discussion titled "Workplace Inclusivity for our Trans/Non-Binary Community." As a part of the event, transgender and non-binary participants from the LGBTQ community shared their workplace ...


 
Miller-Lite-launches-Open-Proud-for-the-LGBTQ-community-

  Miller Lite launches 'Open & Proud' for the LGBTQ+ community

In an effort to forge more inclusive and accommodating spaces for ALL, Chicago's own Miller Lite and Equality Federation are launching "Miller Lite Open & Proud." With this program, Miller Lite will listen to the unique ...


 
Business-owner-Christy-Webber-faces-criminal-charges

  Business owner Christy Webber faces criminal charges

Business owner Christy Webber, a prominent donor to, and activist in, local LGBTQ and other causes and campaigns, is facing a number of criminal charges following a traffic accident and altercation last month. Webber, owner of ...


 
Schakowsky-participates-in-reopening-of-Chicago-restaurant-

  Schakowsky participates in reopening of Chicago restaurant

On June 21, Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky—a senior chief deputy whip and founding member of the LGBTQ Equality Caucus—attended the ribbon-cutting for the reopening of Vincent, an Andersonville restaurant in her ...


 
LGBTQ-owned-business-ribbon-cutting-Monday-thanks-to-PPP-Restaurant-Relief-

  LGBTQ-owned business ribbon cutting Monday, thanks to PPP, Restaurant Relief

--From a press release

EVANSTON — On Monday, June 21, Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, a Senior Chief Deputy Whip and Founding Member of the LGBTQ Equality Caucus; Alderman Harry Osterman, 48th Ward; Rich Sypniewski, owner of Vincent Restaurant and Representatives of ...


 
US-Bank-opens-branch-in-Lake-View-with-LGBTQ-design-

  U.S. Bank opens branch in Lake View with LGBTQ+ design

U.S. Bank has brought what it calls "an enhanced banking experience" to customers of the Lake View East branch at 3214 N. Broadway. The branch is one of four LGBTQ+ flagship branches, with others at West ...


 
Report-Major-corporations-celebrating-Pride-month-also-funding-Fox-anti-LGBTQ-programming-

  Report: Major corporations celebrating Pride month also funding Fox' anti-LGBTQ+ programming

--From a press release

WASHINGTON, DC — According to a new report from Media Matters for America, a nonprofit media watchdog, major corporations that are publicly celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride Month are also simultaneously advertising on Fox News, funding the network's ...


 
EEOC-has-new-sexual-orientation-gender-identity-resources-for-workplace

  EEOC has new sexual orientation, gender identity resources for workplace

--From a press release

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is observing LGBTQ+ Pride Month, and the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, by announcing the release of new resources to ...


 
Employee-fired-for-using-gay-slur-at-Indiana-Arbys

  Employee fired for using gay slur at Indiana Arby's

An employee at an Arby's restaurant in Lafayette, Indiana, was fired after writing a homophobic slur on the receipt of a gay couple, NBC News reported. Craig Gray and John Burns were dining at the restaurant ...


 
Five-Worth-Finding-Rainbow-Soap-Billy-Porter-Honey-West-and-more

  Five Worth Finding: Rainbow Soap, Billy Porter, Honey West and more

— Soap Distillery's Rainbow Soap (SoapDistillery.com): To help celebrate Pride Month, many businesses are offering rainbow versions of their products—and Chicago's Soap Distillery is no exception. A portion of proceeds ...


 
Chicago-LGBT-Hall-of-Fame-seeks-members-for-selection-committee

  Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame seeks members for selection committee

The Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame, celebrating its 30th anniversary, invited the LGBTQ+ community to nominate individuals, organizations, businesses, and allies for the 2021 Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame and the response was tremendous. The Chicago ...


 
Chicago-Pride-Fest-planned-for-October-

  Chicago Pride Fest planned for October

--From a press release

CHICAGO — The 20th annual Chicago Pride Fest® returns on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1-2. The popular LGBTQ+ street festival, organized by Northalsted Business Alliance, is a two-day community celebration of Pride, concluding the day before ...


 
TransTech-Social-and-Linux-Foundation-offering-tech-training-scholarships

  TransTech Social and Linux Foundation offering tech-training scholarships

TransTech Social Enterprises—the co-working, co-learning community dedicated to empowering LGBTQ+ people and allies with practical, career-ready skills founded by actress/activist Angelica Ross—is teaming with Linux Foundation ...


 
Billy-Masters

  Billy Masters

"This is to announce my retirement from touring and from working in the record business. I've gotten older and I'm tired. So it's time for me to hang up my nipple tassels, having truly given my ...


 
NATIONAL-Election-news-AsylumConnect-Pride-business-items-Bears

  NATIONAL Election news, AsylumConnect, Pride business items, 'Bears'

In Pennsylvania, in a race between contenders in the Democratic primary for Erie County executive, Tyler Titus—a trans person who currently serves as Erie School Board president—was declared the winner, according to The Washington Blade. Titus ...


 
Gov-Pritzker-issues-guidelines-for-Illinois-reopening-on-June-11

  Gov. Pritzker issues guidelines for Illinois reopening on June 11

--From a press release

SPRINGFIELD — Following weeks of steady decreases in new positive COVID-19 cases and with over 67% of residents age 18 and older receiving their first vaccine dose, Governor JB Pritzker is releasing guidelines for Phase 5 ...


 
SAVOR-Punch-Bowl-Social

  SAVOR Punch Bowl Social

Summer is approaching and COVID restrictions are being relaxed—and restaurants are among the many types of businesses benefiting from these changes. A recent visit to Chicago's Punch Bowl Social (310 ...


 
LGBTQ-Inclusive-Corporate-Board-Leadership-Bill-passes-Illinois-General-Assembly

  LGBTQ-Inclusive Corporate Board Leadership Bill passes Illinois General Assembly

--From a press release

Equality Illinois and the LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois celebrated final passage by the Illinois General Assembly of a legislative measure to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion on corporate boards of directors. State law already ...


 
Gov-Pritzker-plans-vaccination-of-workers-in-commercial-buildings-as-companies-open

  Gov. Pritzker plans vaccination of workers in commercial buildings as companies open

--From a press release

Chicago — To further expand convenient opportunities for Illinoisans to get vaccinated, Governor JB Pritzker launched a new program today that offers building workers and returning office staff a chance to get their shot at work. ...


 
Chicago-Auto-Show-to-return-to-McCormick-Place-in-July

  Chicago Auto Show to return to McCormick Place in July

On May 4, Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker and Chicago Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot joined elected officials, tourism backers and labor leaders to announce the return of the annual Chicago Auto Show. The event—the nation's largest and ...


 
Northalsted-plans-to-hold-Market-Days-Aug-6-8

  Northalsted plans to hold Market Days Aug. 6-8

The Northalsted Business Alliance plans to host Market Days August 6-8, adding a Friday night edition, the first in its 38-year history. As vaccinations increase and Illinois begins planning for stage 5 reopening, organizers of the ...


 
Chicago-restaurants-receive-Michelin-stars

  Chicago restaurants receive Michelin stars

Local restaurants, old and new, received Michelin stars April 29, according to a Chicago Tribune article. The Michelin Guide's annual ratings play a significant role in anointing restaurant industry royalty ...


 
Navy-Pier-to-begin-phased-reopening-April-30

  Navy Pier to begin phased reopening April 30

Navy Pier will begin its phased reopening Friday, April 30, restoring public access to select outdoor spaces and attractions and cautiously resuming partial operations with public health and safety at the forefront. As part of this ...


 
More-than-400-major-US-corporations-register-unprecedented-support-for-Equality-Act

  More than 400 major U.S. corporations register unprecedented support for Equality Act

--From a press release

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the Business Coalition for the Equality Act (https://www.hrc.org/resources/business-coalition-for-equality) announced it has grown to include more than 400 major U.S. corporations (including dozens ...


 
Dozens-of-companies-sign-HRCs-Business-Statement-on-Anti-LGBTQ-State-Legislation

  Dozens of companies sign HRC's 'Business Statement on Anti-LGBTQ State Legislation'

As of April 25, more than 85 companies have signed the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC's) Business Statement Opposing Anti-LGBTQ State Legislation, stating their clear opposition to harmful legislation aimed at restricting the access of LGBTQ ...


 
SAVOR-Cluck-It-Cowch-Burger-Oona

  SAVOR Cluck It/Cowch Burger/Oona

A sign that things are slowly returning to some semblance of normal activity is when businesses expand. Such is the case with Cluck It/Cowch Burger (https://www.cluckitchicago.com/), which co-owners/spouses Cainan Edwards ...


 
Chicago-LGBT-Hall-of-Fame-announces-online-nominations

  Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame announces online nominations

The Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame announced today that it has made its entire nomination process available online. Those wishing to nominate individuals, organizations, businesses, or "Friends of the Community, may now do so without having ...


 
SAVOR-Tree-House

  SAVOR Tree House

Illinois Restaurant Association Board Chair Sam Sanchez, along with daughters Samantha and Korina, aim to bring the party atmosphere to Chicago's River North area with Tree House (149 W. Kinzie St.; TreeHouseChicago.com), which occupies the sp ...


 
The-Andersonville-Farmers-Market-returns-May-12--Oct-20

  The Andersonville Farmers Market returns May 12 - Oct. 20

--From a press release

CHICAGO (April 20, 2021) — The Andersonville Farmers Market (AFM) is pleased to return for its 12th season on Wednesdays from 3 — 7 pm from May 12 — October 20, 2021 on Catalpa Ave. between ...


 
LGBT-Chamber-of-Commerce-of-Illinois-celebrates-25th-anniversary-with-new-brand

  LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois celebrates 25th anniversary with new brand

--From a press release

CHICAGO - The LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois (LGBTCC) is celebrating 25 years of advocating for LGBTQ+ businesses by unveiling a refreshed brand and logo created by its creative agency of record TimeZoneOne (TZO) a ...


 
45-of-employees-report-hearing-anti-LGBT-remarks-in-the-workplace-

  45% of employees report hearing anti-LGBT remarks in the workplace

--From a Williams Institute press release

Employees in all sectors report high levels of discrimination and harassment of LGBTQ employees at work Significant proportions of Americans believe that LGBTQ people are treated worse than non-LGBTQ people at work and school, and by ...


 
Center-on-Halsteds-Human-First-UnGala-on-May-6-

  Center on Halsted's 'Human First Un*Gala' on May 6

Center on Halsted will host a virtual "Human First Un*Gala" on Thursday, May 6, 5-6 p.m. Each year, Center on Halsted hosts its annual Human First Gala to recognize the contributions of individuals, businesses and other ...


 
Rehwinkel-to-continue-as-state-banking-director-

  Rehwinkel to continue as state banking director

Among the cabinet reappointments and new appointments that Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker announced March 25 was Chasse Rehwinkel, as director of the Division of Banking at the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. Rehwinkel (a ...


 
Chicago-LGBTQ-Workers-Center-leaders-talk-organization-anti-discrimination-hotline-summit

  Chicago LGBTQ Workers Center leaders talk organization, anti-discrimination hotline, summit

In 2018, the National LGBTQ Workers Center launched with the goal of dismantling workplace oppression and discrimination. "We are a collective of trans and queer BIPOC workers," National LGBTQ Workers Center Chicago Chapter President Angelina Nordstrom ...


 
MOVIES-Two-versions-of-one-woman-Billie-Holiday

  MOVIES Two versions of one woman: Billie Holiday

By Anthony Eaton

"There's no damn business like show business. You have to smile to keep from throwing up."—Billie Holiday Billie Holiday's life was complicated with great extremes and she lived it on her terms, and the now-Oscar-nominated Andra ...


 
Morten-and-Robinson-discuss-roles-as-Black-LGBTQ-business-owners

  Morten and Robinson discuss roles as Black LGBTQ business owners

Illinois state Rep. Lamont Robinson and consultant Mary Morten were among those who participated in an online forum highlighting Black LGBTQ business leaders in Illinois on Feb. 23. The forum, "Celebration of Black LGBTQ+ Business Excellence," ...


 
SAVOR-Nonnina-New-team-maintains-high-standards

  SAVOR Nonnina: New team maintains high standards

I'm not gonna lie: I was a little concerned about Nonnina (340 N. Clark St.; NonninaChicago.com). News trickled down that the highly esteemed team of Executive Chef Tony Priolo and business partner Ciro Longobardo (who are ...


 
COVID-Lightfoot-Bars-restaurants-can-be-at-50-stay-open-until-1-am

  COVID Lightfoot: Bars, restaurants can be at 50%, stay open until 1 a.m.

On March 2, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that the city will allow bars and restaurants to boost indoor capacity to 50% and remain open until 1 a.m., The Chicago Tribune reported. Lightfoot also will allow ...


 
Organizations-campaign-for-stamps-honoring-LGBTQ-icons-

  Organizations campaign for stamps honoring LGBTQ icons

The International Imperial Court System (IICS) of the United States, Canada, and Mexico and the National LGBTQ Task Force have launched a national campaign asking the U.S. Post Office Department to issue stamps honoring LGBTQ icons ...


 
National-Restaurant-Association-Show-cancelled-

  National Restaurant Association Show cancelled

Event organizers of the National Restaurant Association Show announced the cancellation of the 2021 National Restaurant Association Show, which was scheduled to take place May 22-25 at Chicago's McCormick Place. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Illinois ...


 
Preservation-Chicago-unveils-list-of-most-endangered-Chicago-buildings

  Preservation Chicago unveils list of most endangered Chicago buildings

Preservation Chicago—which works with city officials, neighborhood residents, owners and stakeholders to prevent what is often viewed as the wholesale loss of Chicago's important buildings—has revealed its 2021 list of ...


 
COVID-Ann-Sather-restaurant-fined-2000-

  COVID Ann Sather restaurant fined $2,000

The Ann Sather restaurant at 909 W. Belmont Ave. has been fined $2,000 for violating the state's indoor dining ban last year, ABC7Chicago.com reported. Chicago Ald. Tom Tunney owns the restaurant, which was cited Dec. 4. ...


 
Spots-revealed-for-Chicago-Restaurant-Week-2021-

  Spots revealed for Chicago Restaurant Week 2021

The venues participating in Chicago Restaurant Week (March 19-April 4) have been revealed. This year's participants include a range of restaurants throughout Chicagoland offering specially priced, prix fixe menus for ...


 
Andersonville-Chamber-expands-Restaurant-Week-

  Andersonville Chamber expands Restaurant Week

The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce (ACC) is expanding its traditional Andersonville Restaurant Week throughout March. Each week will feature a different collection of Andersonville restaurants with meals available for pick-up ...


 
Male-only-Michigan-campsite-bans-trans-men-

  Male-only Michigan campsite bans trans men

In Michigan, the owners of Camp Boomerang RV Park and Campground in Orleans—about 50 miles northwest of Lansing—announced they will ban trans men from their male-only park when they officially open this spring, PrideSource.com reported. "Camp ...


 
LGBT-Chambers-Celebration-of-Black-Business-Excellence-on-Feb-23-

  LGBT Chamber's 'Celebration of Black Business Excellence' on Feb. 23

The LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois will hold its annual "Celebration of Black Business Excellence" on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 5:30-7 p.m. Chicago Minority Supplier Development Council President & Ceo Vince Williams will moderate the event. ...


 
COVID-Chicago-expands-indoor-dining-capacity-

  COVID Chicago expands indoor dining capacity

The city of Chicago plans to reduce indoor dining restrictions for a second consecutive week, allowing bars and restaurants to offer service at either 40% capacity or 50 people, whichever is less, The Chicago Tribune reported. ...


 
COVID-Lightfoot-announces-plan-to-ease-restrictions-in-Chicago-

  COVID Lightfoot announces plan to ease restrictions in Chicago

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, the Chicago Department of Public Health and the Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection announced a roadmap for Chicago to continue to cautiously ease regulations on businesses as COVID-19 metrics improve. ...


 
Andersonville-Chamber-of-Commerce-expands-HYGGE-Fest-through-February-

  Andersonville Chamber of Commerce expands HYGGE Fest through February

--From a press release

CHICAGO (February 4, 2021) — The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce (ACC) is expanding its annual Hygge Fest to run for the entire month of February 2021. The month-long festival will ...


 
Chicago-Restaurant-Week-returning-in-2021-

  Chicago Restaurant Week returning in 2021

Choose Chicago has announced the return of Chicago Restaurant Week on March 19-April 4, 2021. Chicago Restaurant Week offers local food enthusiasts an opportunity to experience some of the city's most highly sought restaurants. Participating dining ...


 





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