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Five Worth Finding: Emotional book, Studio Three and more
by Andrew Davis
2019-03-03

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—The Truth About Aaron: This book about the late football star/convicted murdered Aaron Hernandez, written by brother Jonathan, is a warts-and-all account of the sometimes brutal childhood Aaron had. Among other things, Jonathan discusses Aaron's talent, sexuality, crimes and and battle with the brain condition known as CTE that ravaged him.

—Studio Three ( studiothree.com/ ): Check out this fitness center ( now at two locations: at 648 N. Clark St. and 2401 N. Halsted St. ), which offers three options—interval, cycle and/or yoga. All three disciplines are versatile and can be tailored to the fitness level of any individual. Added bonuses include complimentary cycle shoes, yoga mats, towels, Wi-Fi, GRAZE Smoothie & Acai Bar, child care and relatively lower monthly costs ( compared to similar facilities ).

—myCharge's RazorMega ( mycharge.com/collections/razor-series-1 ): This charger is what you need. The RazorMega is mega, indeed, in terms of power—with a 20,000mAh portable battery pack that provides up to 10x extra battery life and features two universal USB ports to charge multiple devices at once as well as 2.4A outputs to ensure a fast charge.

—Yolk Test Kitchen ( www.eatyolk.com/ ): There are several branches of the breakfast spot Yolk that dot Chicago, but Yolk Test Kitchen, 1767 N. Milwaukee Ave., breaks the mold with a coffee bar ( complete with a beverage director ) and several innovative dishes, such as a rich, eggy mac-and-cheese concoction.

—Spirit of Revolt beer ( revbrew.com/beer/specialty/spirit-of-revolt ): After debuting an empowered Imperial IPA in 2018, Revolution Brewing is bringing back Spirit of Revolt—created by the female employees of Revolution. The beer is named in reference to a Margaret Sanger essay ["Because I believe that deep down in woman's nature lies slumbering the spirit of revolt," from "The Woman Rebel"] and features specialty malts from female-led Weyermann Malting. Celebrate International Women's Day ( March 8 ) with a drink of this.

—By Andrew Davis

(Andrew@WindyCityMediaGroup.com and @azygous60610)


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