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Chef Mark Bailey Cooks Up Some Memorial Day Dishes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Private Chef Mark Bailey spent Sunday morning at the CBS2 studios offering up suggestions for your Memorial Day celebration.

Interviewed by CBS2’s Diane Macedo and Andrea Grymes, Bailey first whipped up some patriotic brunch items, including red, white and blue parfait and red, white and blueberry crisp.  56 more words


New Naperville Mayor Looking To Take Pressure Off Of Property Tax Payers

(CBS) — The new mayor of Naperville wants to restore some balance as far as property taxes go in the state’s fourth largest city, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore. 206 more words


Newlywed Patriots Fans Suspend Honeymoon Until Tom Brady Plays Again

FOXBORO (CBS) — Two just-married New England Patriots fans are suspending their own honeymoon until Tom Brady can take the field again.

The NFL has punished the star quarterback with a four-game suspension for being “generally aware” that the Patriots were deflating footballs to below the league limit. 230 more words


Push Begins To Restore Brooklyn War Memorial

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Dozens of World War II veterans were honored in Brooklyn on Sunday as a local effort got underway to try to reopen a historic memorial. 244 more words


Westside DT Jordan Elliott Newest Houston Cougar

Jordan Elliott newest Cougar joins Shuan Bijani and Howard Chen on Sunday morning to talk about what exactly Houston Takeover is…

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Thousands Pedal Down LSD For 14th Annual Bike The Drive

CHICAGO (CBS) — It’s a sight you only get to see once a year – a view of Lake Shore Drive from a bicycle.

21,000 people registered for the 14th annual Bike the Drive from 5:30-11 a.m. 202 more words


Helen Mirren Discusses Tony-Nominated Role

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — We’re just two weeks away from the Tony Awards, and CBS2’s Dana Tyler spoke to the woman who is bringing the crown from the big screen to Broadway. 36 more words