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Category: Holidays
  • Trick-or-treating is one of the great things about being a kid. It can be fun for parents as well, as they escort their wizards, princesses, superheroes, and villains around the neighborhood. But all of that door knocking and running around in front of houses isn’t necessarily a good time for dogs. Many dogs get…

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  • Halloween is back! For kids, this ‘spooky’ holiday can be one of the most exciting nights of the year. Dressing-up as their favorite character, going from door to door trick-or-treating with their friends, family and neighbors are activities that kids wait every year for. However, there is some scary road and pedestrian statistics that…

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  • Every year during this Holiday Season we are exposed to different dangers due to the extreme weather in Chicago and during the family celebrations. Here you can find the most common accidents that put you or your loved ones at risk of injuries: Car Accidents Be aware of the presence of black ice on…

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  • Prepare your car Coolant Oil Tire Pressure Spare Tire Brakes Belts, caps, hoses and filters Lights, signals, all wiper blades and windshield wiper fluid   Prepare yourself Before your trip, become familiar with the routes you’re traveling and the weather forecast. Make sure to wear comfortable clothes and pack the necessities: First aid kit Water and…

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  • Thanksgiving is just around the corner, which means loads of shopping, eating and celebrating.  Resist the urge to go into hibernation mode just yet and see how many attractions the city offers during this upcoming Holiday season!   ZooLights Lincoln Park- Nov 16 2018-Jan 6 2019 When the weather gets cold and most of…

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  • We can agree that no one enjoys driving in the Chicago winter. The ice, snow, and sleet make a dangerous slippery road conditions and poor visibility. In addition to that, there are an increased number of drivers on the road thanks to the holiday preparations and travel. These combinations of factors are the result…

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  • What’s the origin of Labor Day? Most of you may think that Labor Day is for relaxing, cookouts and shopping which is not a bad plan; but the truth is that Labor Day has a more of a political origin. One was a “monster labor festival” featuring of a parade of unions and accompanying…

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  • As Americans toast to Independence Day this Fourth of July, there’s another side to the celebrations they may want to avoid: death. Around 44 million (based on data from 2017) Americans are expected to travel by car on Independence Day Weekend, and there’s probably a barbeque awaiting at the end of their trips. Last…

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