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1. Water Tower Place: Large shopping complex located on Michigan Avenue. Named after the Water Tower, which opposes it on the other side...
2. Daily Herald: The Daily Herald is one of Chicago's largest newspapers. It very popular in the suburbs. This paper is a very goo...  
3. Chicago Tribune: Major Daily newspaper, it is the largest and most widely read newspaper in the city and one of the top ten in the c...  
4. Allstate: The Allstate Corporation is one of Chicago's biggest corporations and is located in Northbrook.  
5. Drake Hotel: The Drake Hotel was founded in 1920, located at 140 East Walton, it is 140 luxury full-service hotel. During its he...  
6. Marshall Fields: The great design for this building was designed by Henry H. Richardson! This building is very old and a national la...  
7. Garret's Popcorn: Gourmet popcorn store established in 1949, Garret's Popcorn has over seven locations across concentrated downtown a...  
8. Nike Factory Store: Sports apparel store located in downtown Chicago. It is one of the flagship Nike stores in the United States and o...  
9. Chicago Stock Exchange: Third most active stock exchange in the United States, and first most active in the region.  
10. Chicago Sun Times: Large daily newspaper that comes in 2nd to the Chicago tribune. It is distinguished by its distinguished by its ov...  
11. Daily Southtown: Daily newspaper which covers stories on Chicago's "Southland". The "Southland" refers to the southern part of Chic...  
12. WGN: Nationally broadcast news channel based in Chicago.  
13. Bozo's Circus: Children's TV show featuring Bozo the Clown, broadcasted by WGN-TV.  
14. Margie's Candies: Family-owned and operated since 1921, this homemade ice cream parlor is a gem of a place. They also have a limited...
15. Macy's: In 2006, the Marshall Field and Company Building was renamed Macy's on State Street. It is now one of Macy's three ...  
 
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