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Uniquely Chicago

Uniquely Chicago: Metra

Posted on July 24, 2014

Getting a history lesson on Chicago’s premier commuter railroad, Summer Jackson visits Metra’s Van Buren Station with CEO Don Orseno.

Uniquely Chicago: Farmer’s Fridge

Posted on April 30, 2014

Bringing healthy eating to the vending machine experience, Farmer’s Fridge offers fresh salads, drinks and sides in an arena dominated by processed junk food.

Uniquely Chicago: Co-Working Spaces

Posted on March 27, 2014

A reaction to the demand for entrepreneurial office space, co-working spaces have begun popping up. Summer Jackson checks out Free Range Office and Industrious.

Uniquely Chicago: Brideside

Posted on January 30, 2014

An online boutique for designer bridesmaid dresses, Brideside makes shopping for a bridesmaid dress as easy as can be with its revolutionary try-at-home program.

Uniquely Chicago: Jinnie Cristerna

Posted on January 16, 2014

Therapist Jinnie Cristerna uses both meditation and taekwondo to help her clients handle stress and release pent-up aggression.

Uniquely Chicago: Kinzie Hotel

Posted on January 2, 2014

Located near the birthplace of Chicago, the Kinzie Hotel just underwent a multi-million-dollar renovation that includes décor dedicated to history of the city.

Uniquely Chicago: Mariam Pare

Posted on November 14, 2013

After suffering a spinal cord injury at 20, artist Mariam Pare had to relearn every aspect of her life, including how to paint without the use of her limbs.

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