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  If there's any indication that Lollapalooza has become as big of a destination as the music itself, it's that this year, four-day passes were sold out before the full lineup was even announced. Yes, for its 25th anniversary Lollapalooza is now four days long. While you'd think an extra day would...

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    Bears' Pernell McPhee to start season on PUP list after knee surgery

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    Photos: Democratic National Convention

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    Chicago native and bull runner Bill Hillmann on Spanish TV

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