ChicagoNow's Best Posts of October 2021

Every month, ChicagoNow holds a contest to determine the best posts that appeared on ChicagoNow in the previous month.

Of the more than 500 posts that were published during the month of October 2021, these 20 were determined to be the best.

The Beeronaut Bourbon County Stout 2021 Delivers Different “Woods”

Becoming Supermommy Too Much to Carry

Bon Bini Ya’ll Racism, Sexism and Ageism at the Art Institute of Chicago

Cheating Death Gulliver travels to America and writes a new chapter of the “misanthropic, satiric anatomy of the human condition.”

Cheating Death We are more than relevant, we are indispensable

Chicago Board of Tirade House Democrats discuss renaming the U.S. Capitol Benghazi

Chicago Weather Watch October Sweaters

Comedians Defying Gravity Chicago comedy spotlight for Monday, October 25-Sunday, Oct. 31

Cut Out Kid Release Radar 1/22/21 — My Morning Jacket vs. Felly

Getting More From Les Every Paper Clip Is Another Life Changed

Getting More From Les Our Devil Dogs Did It. The Geese Have Flown.

Getting Real Maybe You Can Get A Bargain On This West Town Mansion

I’ve Got the Hippy Shakes After sixty years of fandom, I’m done with the Chicago Blackhawks

Marching to a Different Drummer No William Shatner, I don’t need to go into space

Margaret Serious Goodbye, Blackhawks: ‘from now on, you’re only someone that I used to love’

Margaret Serious Who is a word worth defending? Yes! Who!

Mom, I Think I’m Poignant! Dateline: 1963, Me and my aunt in Venezuela, Curacao, Aruba, Jamaica… and Haiti….

Opinionated Woman My idea for turning the pandemic around isn’t pretty. But neither is COVID-19.

Retired in Chicago Observing dementia and feeling helpless

Show Me Chicago The World’s 49 Coolest Neighborhoods right now

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  • Thank you for doing these posts, Margaret Serious. Congratulations, everyone!

  • In reply to Weather Girl:

    I enjoy them, Weather Girl. Thank you for the kind words -- and the nominations! Keep them coming, bloggers!

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