The [Friday] Papers
"It's an equation any math teacher should be able to solve: 1 check for $3,000 + X recipient = 1 successful charitable donation," the Tribune reports.
"But after both the Park District and public library in Morton Grove declined to accept the $3,000 he raised, high school math teacher and atheist blogger Hemant Mehta is hoping he and fellow atheists can find a home for their contribution with a local food pantry.
"I can't believe how hard it is to get rid of $3,000," he said in a YouTube video, announcing plans to give the money to the Niles Township Food Pantry.
Here's that video:
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"Authorities said 30-year-old Oscar Rodriguez was stopped by police after officers said he was standing in the middle of South Kedzie Avenue just before 3 a.m."
"DeMet's Candy Company was originally started in 1898 as a Chicago candy store business and soda shop by George DeMet. The DeMet family grew the business in the Chicago area over the next 50 years before it sold the company to a Canadian chocolate maker."
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Posted on December 27, 2013
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