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A reputation for quality and wonderful wafts precedes each sweet-scented delivery from The Candleberry Company. The online boutique offers aromatics to satisfy all sorts of whiff whims, including oven goodies like vanilla crumb cake ($6.99-$135.50), delicious fruits such as cinnamon peach ($6.99-$135.50), and fresh fragrances like country rain ($6.99-$135.50). Seasonal scents keep your nostrils flaring all the way from summer to winter to the mysterious fifth season found only in select Wisconsin suburbs. Current bestselling smells include Kentucky bourbon ($6.99-$135.50), hot maple toddy ($6.99-$135.50), spiced punkin pie ($6.99-$135.50), Thanksgiving tension, and honey buttered rolls ($6.99-$135.50).

600 West Chicago
Chicago,
IL
US

Three popular chefs collaborate on the dinner dishes of Francesca’s Belleza, assembling elegant, rustic Italian cuisine in-house using fresh ingredients. The trio’s also affiliated with The Violet Hour, Simone’s, and The Publican, and they’ve earned acclaim from outlets such as the Chicago Sun-Times and WGN. Salad artists create edible still lifes with selections such as the insalata caprese, an arrangement of tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella ($7.99), which, unlike most oil paintings, proves eminently chewable. Gourmet pizzas boast carefully calibrated toppings, with varieties such as the quattro stagioni, a blend of prosciutto, artichoke, olive, and egg ($10.99), whereas pastas cure carb cravings with selections such as the penne con melanzane, replete with eggplant and spicy tomato sauce ($14.99). Drown hunger pangs and any tiny mariners shipwrecked on your tongue with a wave of maritime entrees, including the salmone al balsamico, which comes layered with balsamic sauce and fresh tomatoes ($19.99). Pork eaters can opt for the costoletta di maiale alla rustica, or pork chops with rosemary and pancetta ($21.99), as they take in the white linens and black-and-white photography that constitute Francesca’s elegant décor.

75 S La Grange Rd
La Grange,
IL
US

AnimalSense began in 1999 with a set mission to help dog owners live peacefully with their dogs, by using training methods backed by the steady hand of science. Classes only ever teach dog-friendly methods of positive reinforcement, a pleasant, pain-free experience for dog and owner alike. Class sizes are limited to allow for one-on-one instruction. The variety of classes available makes enrollment in the program sensible for beginners and previously trained dogs alike. Classes include options for dogs of mostly all temperaments, from a session for shy dogs, to Intro to Agility for fledgling performance hounds. This Groupon is not valid for special aggression classes such as Doggone Issues.

2228 N Clybourn Ave
Chicago,
IL
US

Pet Stuff's staff stacks aisles with everything needed to pamper and nourish furry friends. Many offerings are organic, and because the store's motto is "your pets are personal to us," staff members will read pet diaries from cover to cover before recommending purchases.

631 W North Ave
Chicago,
IL
US

In the late 1890s, Chicago bubbled with progressive humanitarian reforms spurred on by an economic depression, streets stinking with raw sewage, and rising social unrest. Emboldened by their growing suffrage movement in the 1850s, women were at the forefront of change, and one group of women in particular extended their focus to those that could not defend themselves: the city’s 50,000 workhorses, many of which were old and sick, as well as the homeless dogs and cats filling the alleys and running underfoot. These women brought their concerns to two prominent residents and shortly thereafter founded The Anti-Cruelty Society with Mrs. Theodore Thomas as its first president.

In the 110 years that followed, The Anti-Cruelty Society remained a staple of animal-welfare aid, expanding its means and reach in pursuit of its original mission. It cared for US Army horses during World War I, provided refuge for thousands of abandoned dogs, and fought to prevent cruelty to animals across the city. Today, volunteers find homes for more than 5,400 cats and dogs every year, with an open door for animals in need 365 days a year. They provide medical treatment for injured animals, investigate reports of abuse and cruelty, and help educate the public about the importance of compassion through community and school programs.

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157 W Grand Ave
Chicago,
IL
US

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600 West Chicago Avenue
Chicago,
IL
US