ChicagoNow's Best Posts of May 2022

Each month, ChicagoNow holds a contest for the best posts that appeared on during the previous month. Of the more than 1`,000 posts that appeared on during May 2022, here are the 20 judged to be the best. (Posts originally appearing on Margaret Serious were selected by the votes of other bloggers.)

The Amused Curmudgeon Airing My Gripes About Arrantly-Erring On-Air Language

Cheating Death On being an Elder: the responsibilities that come with the title

Chicago Board of Tirade Maybe America needs a few public executions instead of meaningless thoughts and prayers

Chicago Board of Tirade This Memorial Day, lets honor and remember Captain Humayun Khan and Sergeant La David Johnson

Chicago Weather Watch Clouds, then Sun!

Comedians Defying Gravity From Geico caveman to cold sober comedy: a Q&A with John Lehr

Getting More from Les We Are Going Backwards. Why are We Making Abortions Harder?

Getting Real Chicago City Council Chops Up Neighborhoods In New Ward Map

Go Do Good The Power of Radio You Can Understand.

I’ve Got the Hippy Shakes One month to go until getting The 70 Club membership card

JUST SAYIN Lightfoot’s “Summer of JoyIs A Disney Fantasy/Downtown Chaos Joins the Out of Control Terror

Margaret Serious A reply to The Amused Curmudgeon about arrant language errors

Margaret Serious Thoughts on a change of scenery (and expression)

Mom, I Think I’m Poignant! Memorial Day: This one’s for you, Argentina “Tina” Jones, 1919-2022:

Opinionated Woman The time I accidently walked into a cannabis bakery

Purple Reigns: How to Live a Full Life with Lupus Lupus made me a walking pharmacy

The Quark in the Road Doing Nothing Is Never An Option

The Quark in the Road The Tyranny of Book Banning

Retired in Chicago First swimming lessons at 73

Retired in Chicago Is it normal to forget the day?

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  • Thank you, Margaret Serious! Well-done, everyone!

  • In reply to Weather Girl:

    You're welcome, Weather Girl! Once again, it's a group we can be proud to be part of.

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