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Five Worth Finding: Glamping, AIDS Run & Walk, and more
2018-09-19

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—Glamping at The Gwen ( www.thegwenchicago.com/rooms-suites/glamping/ ): Time is winding down to enjoy the glamping experience at the upscale River North hotel The Gwen, on the private terrace of the Gwen Lux Suite. As you can imagine, it's not cheap—but the 16-foot-wide Lotus Belle Tent includes the queen-sized Black Pearl bed, which has to be experienced to be believed. ( By the way, the suite can accommodate up to six guests. )

—The Way of the HR Warrior ( www.amazon.com/Way-HR-Warrior-Transform-Organization/dp/192805532X ): This book is a guide for human-resources ( HR ) professionals who really care to demonstrate the true power of the HR department to influence business strategy and the bottom line—and this book thoughtfully outlines the many ways these goals can be achieved.

IWitnessBullying.org: This website instructs Android and iPhone users how to download the corresponding app to note that people will not tolerate bullying. People can also send inspiring and uplifting images, posts and GIFs to those who need support.

—Tab Hunter Confidential: This insightful 2015 film documentary spotlights the all-American actor, singer, and author Tab Hunter, and is inspired by his autobiography of the same name. Talking about everything from his family to his movie career to dating Anthony Perkins, Hunter is compelling and candid.

—AIDS Run & Walk Chicago 2018 ( events.aidschicago.org/site/TR ): Taking place Sunday, Sept. 23, at 9 a.m. at Soldier Field, AIDS Foundation of Chicago's annual event ( consisting of 5K and 10K runs/walk ) is expected to have at least 2,500 participants.

—By Andrew Davis

( Andrew@WindyCityMediaGroup.com and @azygous60610 )


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