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Chicago Hot Dogs

The Chicago Style dog was born in the times leading up to and during the Great Depression from the Chicago street cart vendors. Money was tight for most Americans and booming for hot dog venders offering a Vienna Beef dog on a hot bun, topped with a salad for a mere nickel.
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Days Inn Chicago Kids Nature Package

Days Inn Chicago Kids Nature Package

Add adventure to your Chicago trip with the Kids Nature Package offered at the Days Inn Chicago. This exclusive package is the perfect way to explore and learn with the kids about the ecological history of Illinois while enjoying discounts at our hotel. Our Kids Nature Package includes discounted accommodations and a family pass to The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum.
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Picasso

Picasso exhibit in Chicago

In celebration of a 100 year artistic partnership, The Art Institute of Chicago has pulled together a display of over 250 of Picasso's finest works of art including paintings, prints, ceramics, drawings and sculpture from private collections in Chicago, as well as from the collection in the museum. This massive display is the first Picasso exhibition of this size in almost 30 years.
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Chicago Children's Museum

Free admission to Chicago Children's museum

Believing that every child has the right to discovery and play time, Chicago Children's Museum ensures, regardless of ability, income or background, that all of Chicago's children and families will have a welcoming and safe place for learning and play. The museum offers year-round discounts for children, families, civil servants and active military.
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The Art Institute of Chicago

Picasso exhibit at Art Institute

Widely regarded as the most influential artist of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso's work was nowhere in the US when The Art Institute of Chicago first displayed a piece of his in 1913. Now, 100 years later, they're celebrating with a show of over 250 of his finest works.
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