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Illinois prepares for black bear re-emergence

chicagotribune.com — Illinois is gearing up for a re-emergence of black bears, but wildlife experts say it's unlikely the animals will roam Chicago-area streets any time soon. The number of black bears nationwide is slowly increasing and a male cub recently appeared in Illinois.

Fire will temporarily halt distribution of popular Daisy Cutter beer

redeyechicago.com — Cans of Half Acre Beer Company's popular brew Daisy Cutter will be in short supply for about a week after a recent fire destroyed the brand's entire inventory of cans, the Chicago brewer said. A blaze over the Memorial Day weekend at the brewery's supplier in Monticello, Ind.
May 30, 2014

RT @redeyeeatdrink: Keep calm and drink Over Ale! Half Acre's Daisy Cutter cans may be in short supply for a week: trib.in/1jAM6dT

Fire will temporarily halt distribution of popular Daisy Cutter beer

chicagotribune.com — Cans of Half Acre Beer Company's popular brew Daisy Cutter will be in short supply for about a week after a recent fire destroyed the brand's entire inventory of cans, the Chicago brewer said. A blaze over the Memorial Day weekend at the brewery's supplier in Monticello, Ind.
May 30, 2014

NOOOOO RT @chicagotribune Fire temporarily halts distribution of Half Acre's Daisy Cutter trib.in/1oCHD2j

May 30, 2014

A fire at @HalfAcreBeer's can supplier in Indiana means limited Daisy Cutter for the next week, beer fiends. chicagotribune.com/news/local/bre…

May 30, 2014

One less pale ale is no big deal. Fire halts distribution of Daisy Cutter trib.in/1oCHD2j pic.twitter.com/Zq3cjbxZB8

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Ridgewood High School students denied diplomas after throwing caps in air

chicagotribune.com — Diplomas are being withheld from graduates of a west suburban high school after many of their classmates ignored instructions and hurled their caps in the air at this week's graduation ceremony, according to the school's website.
May 29, 2014

RT @chicagotribune: Ridgewood High School students denied diplomas after throwing caps in air trib.in/1hBYT04 pic.twitter.com/7hZ35sltCT

May 29, 2014

Suburban high school says grads throwing mortar boards is disrespectful. trib.in/1lUeeKu Meanwhile: pic.twitter.com/Pe9LnWOHkG

May 29, 2014

Apparently tossing your graduation cap in the air is “disrespectful and insubordinate behavior" in Norridge: chicagotribune.com/news/local/bre…

George W. Bush has knee replacement surgery in Chicago

chicagotribune.com — Former U.S. president George W. Bush watches before the start of the MLB American between the Rangers and White Sox in Arlington, Texas (Mike Stone Reuters, / ) Former President George W. Bush underwent surgery in Chicago over the holiday weekend, a spokesman said.

Six Flags delays opening of Goliath roller coaster

baltimoresun.com — Six Flags Great America in Gurnee is delaying the opening of the long-awaited Goliath roller coaster, billed as the fastest and steepest wooden coaster in the world. Weather is to blame for the delay of the long-awaited Goliath roller coaster, billed as the fastest and steepest wooden coaster in the world, according to officials at Six Flags Great America.

Six Flags delays opening of Goliath roller coaster

chicagotribune.com — Six Flags Great America in Gurnee is delaying the opening of the long-awaited Goliath roller coaster, billed as the fastest and steepest wooden coaster in the world. In a statement issued this morning, a representative from Six Flags said the delay was due to "finishing touches taking longer than anticipated."

Bike the Drive registration surges as weekend nears

chicagotribune.com — Bike the Drive is close to reaching its registration goal, officials said, as more people continue to sign up in the last days before Sunday's recreational ride.

Field Museum rolls out another craft beer

chicagotribune.com — The Field Museum and a local brewing company are launching a craft beer in stores across Chicago next month, an endeavor aimed at raising money for the institution's educational programs. It will be called "Cabinet of Curiosities," a White India Pale Ale spiced with coriander, black peppercorn and orange and lemon peels, according to Megan Beckert, the museum's director of special events, tourism group sales and food operations.

Ben Hollis back in the hunt in the wilds of Chicago

chicagotribune.com — For years, fans of the wildly popular "Wild Chicago" have approached host Ben Hollis about his plans to return to TV with new material. Now, with the help of online fundraising, they are getting their wish: A new show with the same format is in the works and will air later this summer, Hollis said.
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