With warm weather and clear skies, heading out for a camping trip is one of America’s most popular excursions. Here are some of the best money-saving tips while camping.
It looks like Hot Doug’s, the holy temple of hot dogs located in Avondale, is closing. Not to be hyperbolic, but this may be the worst news. Ever.
Felony Franks, the now-closed West Side hotdog stand that hired only ex-offenders, is now going Hollywood.
Joey Chestnut won his sixth straight Coney Island hot dog eating contest.
There’s nowhere scarier than Lincoln Park’s The Weiners Circle. No shady viaduct, abandoned house or hospital psych-ward will leave you feeling as demoralized and insulted as the good folks at one of Chicago’s… finest… establishments. Which is probably what led Conan O’Brien the send the innocent Jack McBrayer there to get a hot dog…
One local franchise chain is just about ready to release this summer a unique collaborative taste-treat.
Today’s date is 4/20. For mature people that date means nothing more than it’s Friday, and we’ve survived another week that has taken years off of our lives. For wastes of organs, the date means some unofficial, lame celebration of marijuana, as though its proponents “celebrate” any less on other days.0
If you’re driving down the Eisenhower Expressway on the city’s West Side, you might do a double take as you pass a new billboard featuring a dire warning about “butt cancer.”
On this edition of ‘U Mad,’ Mason Johnson hits the streets of Chicago as if he’s a real reporter to solve the mystery of ketchup. Is it, or is it not, okay to put on hot dogs? His findings may shock and surprise you!
Here are five of the best hot dog joints in the Chicago-land area. Don’t see your favorite on here? Then why dontchya whine about it!
Two Chicago companies are squaring off Monday over hot dogs.
Cigarettes aren’t the only cancer stick in town, according to a new report. But a leading hot dog maker disagrees with the conclusion.
It won’t likely come as a surprise to Chicagoans, but a Web-based food publication has found that there are more hot dog stands in Chicago than any other U.S. city.
Vienna Beef is the top dog at Wrigley Field once again, replacing Sara Lee Ballpark Franks.
Mustard, ketchup and sauerkraut can have redeeming nutritional values.
There seems to be a favorite hot dog joint on every other street corner around Chicago. But which ones should you be sure to try? Here are a few options.