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Free coffee, donuts in downtown Chicago

Chicagoans can grab free coffee and donuts early this week courtesy of Fox's new comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." 

The "Nine-Nine" food truck will be handing out the treats 7 a.m.-noon Monday at 600 W. Chicago Ave., and during the same time Tuesday at Madison and Wacker.

The comedy, about a rule-breaking detective (Andy Samberg) who meets his match in a by-the-book new captain (Chicago native Andre Braugher), premieres at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

At the food truck fans also can get their photos taken and dropped into a picture of Samberg, Braugher and their co-star, Terry Crews.


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