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Lunchtime at Lolla: Publican’s portable festival fare

Publican Quality Meats is located on the South End of Chow Town and also at 825 W Fullerton.  More info: http://publicanqualitymeats.com/​  

    Lunchtime at Lolla: Publican's portable festival fare
    Ok, so you're Saturday afternoon Lolla bucket list consists of Tyler, The Creator, Elle King, Walk the Moon and Tame Impala. There's about a mile in between the stages and no time to waste - jsut one problem, you're starving. Never fear: Publican Quality Meats is here.
    http://wgntv.com

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The 12 Best Tacos In Chicago

Allende Restaurante is located at 2408 N. Lincoln Ave. and 2221 N. Lincoln Ave.

Allende Restaurante is located at 2408 N. Lincoln Ave. and 2221 N. Lincoln Ave.

This article has 12 other Chicago locations (Show)

Authentaco is located at 1141 N. Ashland Ave.

Taqueria Traspasada #2 is located at 811 N. Ashland Ave.

DeLux Bar & Grill is located at 669 N. Milwaukee Ave.

Big Star is located at 1531 N. Damen Ave.

Big & Little’s is located at 860 N. Orleans St. and 1034 W. Belmont Ave., Wicker Park location coming soon.

Big & Little’s is located at 860 N. Orleans St. and 1034 W. Belmont Ave., Wicker Park location coming soon.

La Cocina is located at 2901 N. Kedzie Ave.

Antique Taco is located at 1360 N. Milwaukee Ave.

L’Patron is located at 2815 W. Diversey Ave.

Las Asadas is located at 2045 N. Western Ave., 3243 N. Pulaski Rd. and 3834 W. 47th St.

Las Asadas is located at 2045 N. Western Ave., 3243 N. Pulaski Rd. and 3834 W. 47th St.

Las Asadas is located at 2045 N. Western Ave., 3243 N. Pulaski Rd. and 3834 W. 47th St.

    The 12 Best Tacos In Chicago
    Wars have been won and lost over the best place to grab a taco in Chicago (and many of them took place in my apartment, at 1 a.m.) Tacos are the delicious, hand-held comfort food of Chicago's most budget-minded, health-conscious and self-indulgent diners alike.
    http://chicagoist.com

3 hours ago

One Tail at a Time opens doors at new adoption center

...dogs and have their own home for more extensive community outreach. The adoption center at 2144 North Wood in Chicago opens officially today with a ribbon cutting and celebration from 10:30 a...

    One Tail at a Time opens doors at new adoption center
    Today is a big day for one Chicago rescue organization...and a bigger day for the dogs they rescue. One Tail at a Time opens it's first ever adoption center today and the group is hoping to step up its rescue efforts to save even more lives from Chicago Animal Care and Control and elsewhere.
    http://www.chicagonow.com

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Clear the Shelters: Find a Shelter Near You

One Tail at a Time: 2144 N Wood Street, Chicago

This article has 8 other Chicago locations (Show)

Anti-Cruelty Society: 157 W. Grand Ave., Chicago 

Famous Fido Rescue & Adoption Alliance: 5430 N. Clark St., Chicago

Felines & Canines: 6379 N. Paulina, Chicago

Found Chicago: 4108 N. Rockwell St., Chicaog 

Harmony House: 2914 N. Elston, Chicago 

On Angels' Wings, Inc.: 5186 Northwest Hwy #133, Crystal Lake

Treehouse Humane Society: 1212 W. Carmen Ave., Chicago, and 1629 N. Ashland, Chicago

Treehouse Humane Society: 1212 W. Carmen Ave., Chicago, and 1629 N. Ashland, Chicago

    Clear the Shelters: Find a Shelter Near You
    NBC and Telemundo will host Clear the Shelters on Aug. 15 when many local shelters in Chicago will waive adoption fees in hopes of finding homes for as many pets as possible. Find a shelter near you that has agreed to be a part of Clear the Shelters.
    http://www.nbcchicago.com

  • evam eva s, jpna member

    Someone is looking for a home for two little kittens, born May 11 (brother & sister). They are already litter trained. And, I think, Tree House will offer reasonable neutering rates. Thank you for helping. I am just a go-between.

  • Hope that you find a good kitty-home for them. Tree House does a really good job with kitten adoptions, so perhaps the "someone" might try Tree House. My brood over the years has partially included:

    2 orphans from my vet's clinic (Cody Renee and Max Allen)
    2 from CACC (city...

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    Hope that you find a good kitty-home for them. Tree House does a really good job with kitten adoptions, so perhaps the "someone" might try Tree House. My brood over the years has partially included:

    2 orphans from my vet's clinic (Cody Renee and Max Allen)
    2 from CACC (city shelter) (Dinah Marie and Peter Timothy)
    1 brought to me as a kitten (by neighborhood kids who knew that the "human" abused the litter of four kittens - they stole every kitten - which were left outside - and found good homes) (Skunk Elizabeth)
    1 from that cat's own kitten litter of 7 (all were adopted and cat-mom was spayed) (Pansy Bertha...hey! she looked like a "Bertha")
    2 from Anti-Cruelty (Sheba Elizabeth and Bruno Peter) and
    1 poor little thing about one year-old who showed up on my doorstep in Columbus when it was a frigid winter. She must have seen my Skunk and Pansy looking out of the window. Some cruel person had cut off her tail and crushed her right front paw and for months she was terrified of males. She did adjust to my men friends. She lived until age 20, when due to her failing health and failing organs, I had her euthanized. (she was Pookie Madelyn - stop laughing!)

    Three of my cat-kids are buried in a friend's back yard along his flower garden fence. Yup, that's my cat cemetery, guaranteed for my life.

    Why do they have two names? Because they're short people with four legs and fur, that's why - because they're spoiled, live inside, have the best collection of toys scattered around my place, take over my big chairs, and like to take hallway-walks to my neighbors' in-building apartments!

    Happy Saturday! Enjoy...it's nice outside.

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Stupid Fucking Bird @ Victory Gardens Theater

...not to be missed. Tickets range from $33-$49. Victory Gardens Theater is located at 2433 N. Lincoln

    Gapers Block Slowdown Calendar
    Pilsen's Fiesta del Sol, the largest Latino culture festival in the Midwest, runs July 30 to Aug. 2 on Cermak Roadd from Morgan to Loomis. The festival features live music on two stages, an arts and culture pavilion, kids' area, a soccer tournament, food vendors, carnival rides and more.
    http://gapersblock.com

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