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Fleet Feet Running Club: Fleet Feet Lincoln Square
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Jan 29 at 07:00 PM - Jan 30, 07:00 PM

SIP & EAT KARAOKE
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Jan 29 at 07:00 PM

African Soul Grand Opening
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Jan 29 at 04:00 PM

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Second City Hockey has new update
19 hours ago Blackhawks Bits: Hawks send 3 players to IceHogs
Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images With the parent club on a weeklong break, Rockford gets a boost. The Chicago Blackhawks won’t have a game until Feb. 7, so the team sent a trio of players down to the Rockford IceHogs on Sunday afternoon. We have assigned forward Luke Philp and defenseman Filip Roos and goaltender Jaxson Stauber to @goicehogs: pic.twitter.com/ubtk65UCRc— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) January 29, 2023 Philp played in his first two NHL games in the last week, picking up a primary assist while averaging 10:32 of ice time. Roos was recalled last weekend but never played, having not seen NHL ice time since Dec. 6 against the New Jersey Devils. Stauber’s been up at the NHL level with Alex Stalock in concussion protocol and the youngster played quite well in his two starts, winning both with a .940 save percentage and 2.00 goals-against average. Those moves could give the IceHogs a much needed boost, as Rockford has lost seven straight games, including a 3-2 overtime loss to the Chicago Rosemont Wolves on Saturday night. Rockford’s slipped to fourth place in the AHL’s Central Division with a record of 20-16-4-2 (46 points), but remains just two points behind the third-place Iowa Wild.

Jan 29 at 12:00 PM - 07:00 PM

NFL Brunch Day Party @ The Wild Hare
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Windy City Gridiron: For Chicago Bears Fans has new update
1 day ago NFL Playoffs 2023: Conference Championship game times, TV schedule, streaming, picks, and more
Photo by Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images All the info you need right here... I hope the NFL never goes to neutral site conference championship games. The playoffs are already watered down by adding a seventh team per conference, and I love the drama surrounding the underdog having to play in a hostile environment. This Sunday, we get the sea of red that is Arrowhead and the unique Philly experience from the fans at Lincoln Financial Field. Here’s the schedule... Sunday, January 29 NFC Championship: San Francisco 49ers vs Philadelphia Eagles - 2:00 PM (CT) - (FOX, FOX Deportes) AFC Championship: Cincinnati Bengals vs Kansas City Chiefs - 5:30 PM (ET) - (CBS, Paramount+) Each game has a fun quarterback storyline that the networks will be all over. In that first game, we have Mr. Irrelevant Brock Purdy trying to continue his unlikely run, and if the second game, the injury to Patrick Mahomes’ ankle will make for good theater even if he’s 100%. WCG makes their picks for the games here, but who do you predict will make it to Super Bowl LVII? Listeners can hear Westwood One’s NFL broadcasts on approximately 500 terrestrial radio stations nationwide as well as on westwoodonesports.com, SiriusXM, NFL+ and via the NFL App.
Second City Hockey has new update
1 day ago Blackhawks at Oilers: Third Period Discussion
Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports Come discuss the third period with us! Scroll down to the comments to discuss the third period of the Blackhawks’ game on Saturday evening against the Edmonton Oilers!

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