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1. 1968 Democratic Convention: Held in the Chicago at the International Amphitheater, the convention was one of the shocking US events in 1968, wh...  
2. 2016 Olympics: Olympics fail. Chicago made a hard push for the 2016 games, but didn't even make the final cut. Rio de Janeiro ende...  
3. 312: 312, pronounced 3-1-2, is an "urban" wheat beer made by local Goose Island Brewery. 312 is also the most recognizab...  
4. 773-202-LUNA: A catchy little jingle that gets stuck in Chicagons' heads when watching Luna carpet store commercials.  
5. 900 North Michigan: A skyscraper that stands near the John Hancock building on Michigan Avenue. It is known for the four light structu...  
6. A Polish: A polish sausage  
7. Adler Planetarium: One of the most popular museums in the Chicago area. It is located right on Lake Michigan and hosts many exhibits ...
8. Al Capone: notorious gangster and criminal operating in the Prohibition Era of Chicago. Known for his violent and smash mouth ...  
9. Allstate: The Allstate Corporation is one of Chicago's biggest corporations and is located in Northbrook.  
10. Aragon Ballroom: Probably one of the most famous ball rooms in America, the Aragon is located in Chicago's Uptown, and in the 1940's...  
11. Art Institute of Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago is an art museum located alongside Michigan avenue in downtown Chicago. The institute...  
12. Bags: Bags, also known as bean bag toss, is a nickname for Cornhole, a game originating in Ohio. The game requires two b...  
13. Bean, The: This has become the popular name for Millenium Park's famed stainless steel sculpture, "Cloud Gate." It was comple...
14. Beverly/MP: Two neighorhoods located on the south side of the city. Descending from the south side Irish tradition, these neig...  
15. Big-Z: Big-Z is the nickname of Chicago Cubs' pitcher Carlos Zambrano. The 6'5" native of Venezuela is one of the better p...  
 
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