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ChicagoNow's best posts of June, 2017

Each month, ChicagoNow holds a contest to select the best blog posts throughout ChicagoNow. Out of over 1,000 posts published during the month of June, here are the 10 judged to be the best.

Thanks to everybody who created and submitted posts, and congratulations to the winners!

To go back and read the last six year's worth of winners go here and here.

Here are the rules:

- Bloggers may submit up to two posts: One of their own posts / One from any other ChicagoNow blog.
- The post must have been published during the month of June.
- We look at the quality of content, quality of writing, overall creativity, quality of headline and presentation.
- We don't consider how much traffic a post has received, reader comments, responses to reader comments or the number of Facebook "likes" or times a post is sent out on Twitter.

Without further ado, this month's top 10 ChicagoNow posts:

Between Us Parents: 10 Things a Mom Wishes She Had Known about Teenage Depression
LitzyDitz: If you support Trump the man, then the problem is you.
Margaret Serious: In my imagination's Writers' Room, a committee looks at my first sentences
Mary Tyler Mom: What To Do When Someone Uses the N Word Around You
One Cause At A Time: One Decision With A Big Impact
Pizza for Breakfast: The Million Dollar Breakfast
Retired in Chicago: Hedy Weiss has the right to criticize
Where Are We Going So Fast?: Saving Captain Warda: Remembering Dad on D-Day
Writing My Mind: Philando Castile and theatre critic Hedy Weiss are connected
You Know Neen: Three Reasons a One Night Stand Was a Good Decision

And the top five:

First place: Where Are We Going So Fast?: Saving Captain Warda: Remembering Dad on D-Day
Second place: Pizza for Breakfast: The Million Dollar Breakfast
Third place: Between Us Parents: 10 Things a Mom Wishes She Had Known about Teenage Depression
Third place: LitzyDitz: If you support Trump the man, then the problem is you.
Third place: Margaret Serious: In my imagination's Writers' Room, a committee looks at my first sentences

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