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July 23, 2013 | By JoVona Taylor and RedEye
Call it the Chicago tea party. Argo Tea invites Chicagoans to Connors Park in the Gold Coast on Tuesday to help celebrate its 10th anniversary and debut of its new greenhouse-inspired café. The event features a number of activities including free tai chi lessons and live music from Grammy-nominated singer Carolyn Malachi. Visitors also get a first-look at Argo Tea's greenhouse café, located in Connors Park. Built with recyclable wood and utilizing wind power, the cafe features sustainable elements to complement its outdoor atmosphere.
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July 23, 2013 | By JoVona Taylor and RedEye
Call it the Chicago tea party. Argo Tea invites Chicagoans to Connors Park in the Gold Coast on Tuesday to help celebrate its 10th anniversary and debut of its new greenhouse-inspired café. The event features a number of activities including free tai chi lessons and live music from Grammy-nominated singer Carolyn Malachi. Visitors also get a first-look at Argo Tea's greenhouse café, located in Connors Park. Built with recyclable wood and utilizing wind power, the cafe features sustainable elements to complement its outdoor atmosphere.
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October 30, 2011 | By Georgia Garvey, RedEye
Meredyth Richards says it's tough in Chicago for a conservative. The 24-year-old Lincoln Park resident is politically active, passionately devoted to Republican causes and living in a city where the numbers are stacked against her. Richards, the president of the Chicago Young Republicans, said she's even considered moving. Why does she stay? "Aside from being a masochist, I don't really know," Richards said, perhaps only half-jokingly, while adding that "the city is wonderful and it has its perks.
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October 30, 2011 | By Georgia Garvey, RedEye
Meredyth Richards says it's tough in Chicago for a conservative. The 24-year-old Lincoln Park resident is politically active, passionately devoted to Republican causes and living in a city where the numbers are stacked against her. Richards, the president of the Chicago Young Republicans, said she's even considered moving. Why does she stay? "Aside from being a masochist, I don't really know," Richards said, perhaps only half-jokingly, while adding that "the city is wonderful and it has its perks.
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December 7, 2011 | By Jim Walsh, RedEye
The monthly meeting of the Chicago Tea Party is coming to Wrigleyville. Rep. Joe Walsh of McHenry is scheduled as the keynote for the event, which is being held at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Cubby Bear, according to the Chicago Tea Party website. The Tea Party favorite, who entered Congress in January, is known for fiery rhetoric and often appears on cable news and is written about in political blogs and websites. At an event last month in Gurnee, he said supporters of the Occupy Wall Street movement against income inequality were "spoiled, pampered, unfocused, clueless young people.
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