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Images Of Chicago, Then And NowCo-authors Neal Samors and Steve Dahlman visit the CBS 2 studios to talk about their new book, "Changing Chicago: A Portrait In Postcards & Photos." (www.chicagosbooks.com)
'Mocktails' For A Healthy JanuaryAfter weeks of holiday parties and feasts, you might be trying to get back on track in the New Year. One way many people are doing so is by observing a dry January. Jay Schuster and Ken Pritz from River Roast visit our studios to share delicious alternatives. (http://www.riverroastchicago.com/)
New Comfort Food Bar Opens In River WestMaillard Tavern's menu consists of classic favorites, including eight custom burgers, as well as nostalgic drinks -- including some for New Year's Eve!
Hearty Soups For WinterFood & Lifestyle Blogger Maris Callahan visits CBS 2 to share some of her recipes for hearty soups that are sure to warm you up during the cold winter months!
Best Bubbly For Your NYE CelebrationsCertified wine expert Ron Breitstein visits the CBS 2 studios to discuss what champagne to serve for your New Year's Eve parties.
Winter Floral GiftsTim Pollak from the Chicago Botanic Garden visits the CBS 2 studio to share options for beautiful holiday center pieces.

Arts & Entertainment

On Stage: "Jitney" and "Rose"CBS 2 theater critic Chris Jones reviews "Jitney," playing at Congo Square Theatre; and "Rose," playing at Greenhouse Theater Center.
On Stage: 'Violet' and 'Red Velvet'CBS 2 theater critic Chris Jones reviews "Violet," playing at Den Theatre; and "Red Velvet," playing at Chicago Shakespeare's Courtyard Theatre.
On Stage: 'Elf' and 'Burning Bluebeard'CBS 2 theater critic Chris Jones reviews a musical version of the Will Ferrell comedy "Elf," playing at Paramount Theatre; and "Burning Bluebeard," playing at The Neo-Futurarium.

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14 Students Hospitalized After Falling Sick, Possibly From Eating Laced CandyFourteen children were taken to hospitals Wednesday morning, after they fell ill at an elementary school in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, possibly after eating candy laced with an unknown substance. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Meteor Lights Up Night Sky With Brightly Glowing FireballA fireball lit up the night sky across the Midwest as a meteor fell to Earth. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
CPD Hosting Conference To Show Off Crime-Fighting StrategiesChicago crime is returning to the national spotlight, but this time for the way the city appears to be winning the fight against violence. Dozens of officers from around the country are in Chicago to learn the Chicago Police Department's new techniques. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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14 Students Hospitalized After Falling Sick, Possibly From Eating Laced CandyFourteen children were taken to hospitals Wednesday morning, after they fell ill at an elementary school in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, possibly after eating candy laced with an unknown substance. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Meteor Lights Up Night Sky With Brightly Glowing FireballA fireball lit up the night sky across the Midwest as a meteor fell to Earth. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
CPD Hosting Conference To Show Off Crime-Fighting StrategiesChicago crime is returning to the national spotlight, but this time for the way the city appears to be winning the fight against violence. Dozens of officers from around the country are in Chicago to learn the Chicago Police Department's new techniques. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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14 Students Hospitalized After Falling Sick, Possibly From Eating Laced CandyFourteen children were taken to hospitals Wednesday morning, after they fell ill at an elementary school in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, possibly after eating candy laced with an unknown substance. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Meteor Lights Up Night Sky With Brightly Glowing FireballA fireball lit up the night sky across the Midwest as a meteor fell to Earth. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
CPD Hosting Conference To Show Off Crime-Fighting StrategiesChicago crime is returning to the national spotlight, but this time for the way the city appears to be winning the fight against violence. Dozens of officers from around the country are in Chicago to learn the Chicago Police Department's new techniques. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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