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 March, here are the 10 judged to be the best.
Thanks to everybody who created and submitted posts, and congratulations to the winners!
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 February.
– 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:
Cancer Is Not A Gift: Why I got a tattoo: this raven stands watch
Chicago’s Real Law Blog: Bravo To Kim Foxx For Trying To Put More Criminals On The Street
Downsize, maybe!: Will We Be Holding Hands in 2032?
From the Ego of Steven: “I’ll go for the fairy!”: the gay actor in a post-Paul Lynde society
Health Care Mythologies: The End of a Medical Career, and the Start of a New One
Portrait of an Adoption: Evolution of a Temper Tantrum, In Scraps of Paper
Retired in Chicago: http://www.chicagonow.com/retired-in-chicago/2017/03/consulting-the-calendar-is-a-cure-for-absentmindedness/
Very Terry: A meal from the St. Norbert College Cafeteria altered the course of my life
When Jenn-Anne Snaps: “Excuse me, but I think there’s a chance the people in the seats behind me might be human traffickers…”
Writing My Mind: The dry cleaner assumed I was my White husband’s employee
And the top five:
First place: Downsize, maybe! Will We Be Holding Hands in 2032?
Second place: Cancer Is Not A Gift: Why I got a tattoo: this raven stands watch
Third place: Health Care Mythologies: The End of a Medical Career, and the Start of a New One
Third place: Portrait of an Adoption: Evolution of a Temper Tantrum, In Scraps of Paper
Third place: Writing My Mind: The dry cleaner assumed I was my White husband’s employee
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