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February 27, 2012 | By RedEye staff
When the ordinary options just won't do for the big night out, check out these creative choices based on the bride-to-be's personality. We've paired together fun, centrally located activities that will be remembered long after the last glass of champagne. FOR ARTSY BRIDES You love this free-spirited friend for her low-key, creative personality, so it's only natural that you throw her a bachelorette party to match. Just Bead It First: Learn to create your own jewelry at Wicker Park boutique Beadniks (1937 W. Division St. 773-276-2323)
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NEWS
March 19, 2014
Before the big day, there's the big night. And let's face it: Not everyone wants to spend their bachelor or bachelorette party at a strip club stuffing singles in G-strings. Whether you're celebrating separately or jumping on the trend of hosting a joint party with your spouse-to-be, we have you covered with ideas that will fit the bill. Pick the style that suits you best - boozy, sporty, zen, playful or risque - or mix and match to create your ultimate party weekend. Click below to browse party ideas: BOOZY  |   ZEN  |   SPORTY |   PLAYFUL  | RISQUE   ...
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NEWS
February 27, 2012 | By RedEye staff
If your idea of the perfect bachelorette bash starts with a festive dinner and ends with clinking glasses and a turn on the dance floor, look no further. These good-for-group restaurants and bumpin' bars are separated by just a short walk or cab ride - or in some cases, just a flight of stairs. Classy & clubby First: Reserve the communal chef's table at the recently revamped Pump Room (1301 N. State Parkway. 312-787-3700), where your group can bask in the glow of the dozens upon dozens of glowing orbs hanging from the ceiling.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 23, 2013 | By Curt Wagner, @ShowPatrol and RedEye
"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes told Ellen DeGeneres that she wanted her upcoming wedding to be "over the top and very fairytale. " DeGeneres got the festivities started early, throwing "The New Normal" star (and apparently former stripper) an early bachelorette party with four strippers on Wednesday's "The Ellen DeGeneres Show. " DeGeneres had asked Leakes, who is remarrying her ex-husband Gregg Leakes, if the she would be invited to the bachelorette party. "We would love for you to be there blondie," Leakes responded.
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March 18, 2014 | By Kate Bernot and Erin Carlson and RedEye | For RedEye
WHIRLYBALL WhirlyBall Chicago 1880 W. Fullerton Ave. 800-894-4759 Say what you will, but everyone loves bumper cars. And if you happen to really, really love competitive bumper car games, then you should most certainly throw your last hurrah as a singleton at WhirlyBall's new location. (The mega-entertainment complex also boasts laser tag and bowling lanes.) Reserve a court on the weekend for $220 for the first hour and $200 for the next. And if you're still around later at night, you can even call in some adult entertainment.
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January 23, 2013 | By Curt Wagner, @ShowPatrol and RedEye
"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes told Ellen DeGeneres that she wanted her upcoming wedding to be "over the top and very fairytale. " DeGeneres got the festivities started early, throwing "The New Normal" star (and apparently former stripper) an early bachelorette party with four strippers on Wednesday's "The Ellen DeGeneres Show. " DeGeneres had asked Leakes, who is remarrying her ex-husband Gregg Leakes, if the she would be invited to the bachelorette party. "We would love for you to be there blondie," Leakes...
NEWS
May 1, 2012 | By Waymon Hudson, For RedEye
Ladies, you know we love you. There always has been - and always will be - a special bond between gay men and straight women. It's a bond as old as time itself - or at least dating back to "Will & Grace. " Now that spring has arrived, it's time for our annual talk about Boystown boundaries before the inevitable bachelorette party invasion becomes a debaucherous spiral into broken heels and street puking. Yes, I know gay men make you feel special and safe. You come to our clubs so you won't get hit on or groped like you would in a straight establishment.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 1, 2011 | By Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
*** (out of four)   In the first few minutes of “Tyrannosaur,” a man kicks a dog to death, and another man urinates on his sleeping wife. If you're someone who goes to the movies to have a good time, there's the exit. Their loss. The feature directing debut from actor Paddy Considine (“Submarine,” “In America”), who also wrote the script, shines as an uncompromising character study about people's propensity for faith in the face of adversity, and anger that quickly transitions into cruelty.
NEWS
May 1, 2012 | By Waymon Hudson, For RedEye
Ladies, you know we love you. There always has been - and always will be - a special bond between gay men and straight women. It's a bond as old as time itself - or at least dating back to "Will & Grace. " Now that spring has arrived, it's time for our annual talk about Boystown boundaries before the inevitable bachelorette party invasion becomes a debaucherous spiral into broken heels and street puking. Yes, I know gay men make you feel special and safe. You come to our clubs so you won't get hit on or groped like you would in a straight establishment.
NEWS
February 27, 2012 | By Erin Gibbons and For RedEye
Whether you're looking for bachelorette beautifying or pre-wedding pampering, these spas will treat you and your girls right - no matter what your style or budget. For a girls' night out: Mojo Spa 1468 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-235-6656 or events@mojospa.com This lofty Wicker Park spot offers a clublike experience, minus the clublike prices and pretention. Come for a pre-rehearsal-dinner luncheon or a bachelorette party that starts (or ends) the night; you and your pals can get manis, pedis and facials (average price $35-$50)
NEWS
February 27, 2012 | By RedEye staff
These campy standbys aren't the most original ideas in the party book, but for some brides, tried and true is just the ticket. Be sure to call ahead to make reservations for your group. DUELING PIANOS Heart & Soul Dueling Piano Party Bar 500 N. LaSalle Blvd. 312-661-1122 Shows 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday; $5 cover on Saturday. Party packages available. Howl at the Moon 26 W. Hubbard St. 312-863-7427 Shows nightly; $5-$10 cover. Party packages available.
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