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November 22, 2011 | By Emily Van Zandt, RedEye
Like a meal enjoyed between breakfast and brunch, Black Wednesday has staked its claim to the why-the-hell-not time between Halloween and New Year's Eve in the pantheon of Chicago drinking holidays. RedEye talked to bar owners to get an idea of scale in this by-the-numbers analysis of one of the booziest weekdays of the year. 2,000 Number of people expected to participate in a six-bar Turkey Trolley Trot on Wednesday in Lincoln Park, according to Gillian Fraaf, events coordinator at Bar 1 Events.
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November 22, 2011 | By Emily Van Zandt, RedEye
Like a meal enjoyed between breakfast and brunch, Black Wednesday has staked its claim to the why-the-hell-not time between Halloween and New Year's Eve in the pantheon of Chicago drinking holidays. RedEye talked to bar owners to get an idea of scale in this by-the-numbers analysis of one of the booziest weekdays of the year. 2,000 Number of people expected to participate in a six-bar Turkey Trolley Trot on Wednesday in Lincoln Park, according to Gillian Fraaf, events coordinator at Bar 1 Events.
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November 21, 2012 | By Julia Borcherts, @JuliaBorcherts for RedEye
EAT Have a Ball D.S. Tequila Co. 3352 N. Halsted St. 773-697-9127 The Boystown bar hosts its second annual Turkey Testicle Festival - complete with an eating contest starring the deep-fried goodies - as a part of its Movember initiative to raise awareness for men's health issues including testicular cancer. 8 p.m.-2 a.m. No cover. Back in Black Union Sushi & Barbeque Bar 230 W. Erie St. 312-662-4888 Grab your home-for-the-holidays friends and head to the Black Wednesday Re-Union for a cash bar - with specials including $6 Three Floyds Zombie Dust - plus beats by DJ...
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November 21, 2012 | By Erin Brereton and For RedEye
'Twas the night before Thanksgiving, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring - because they were all out at a bar, getting drunk. That's the story of Thanksgiving Eve, more commonly known as Black Wednesday. Maybe it's the impending four-day weekend, the influx of out-of-town friends or just the desire to kick off the holiday season with a big, boozy bang, but Nov. 21 is one of the biggest going-out nights of the year. Whether you're looking to throw down - or avoid throwing up like last year - we've put together three party plans to help you do this unofficial drinking holiday...
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