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TCW Names Chicago Media Personalities, Others As Top 50 Singles Of 2013

In it's newest issue, Today's Chicago Woman (TCW) has named its "Top 50 Singles of 2013." Included in that list are many Chicago media personalities.

According to TCW, the selections for this February issue list of 50 unmarried Chicagoans "was multi-faceted, based on personality, charitable work, professional contributions and, yes, a little bit on appearance."

Making this list this year are the following Chicago media names (listed alphabetically):
Jennifer Bridgeforth, host of Internet radio show "Winthin-ergy with Jennifer B"
Cara Carriveau, evening host on WILV-FM/Rewind 100.3
Tsi-tsi-ki Felix, former news anchor for WSNS-TV/Telemundo Chicago
(Tsi-tsi-ki Felix is also on the cover of the February TCW issue -- see below.)
AJ Johnson, co-star of the Style Network's reality series "Chicagolicious"
Michelle "Showbiz Shelly" Menaker, entertainment reporter and morning co-host on WBBM-FM/B96
Whitney Reynolds, talk show host of WTTW-TV's "The Whitney Reynolds Show"
Dominic "Zakk Tyler" Zaccagnini, music director and afternoon voice on WLUP-FM/97.9 The Loop

To see all 50 people on TCW's "Top 50 Singles of 2013," pick up the February issue or visit this link HERE

Additionally, the 50 people from this list are scheduled to take part in in TCW's annual singles party, "Spring Fever." This will happen on March 22nd at 7:00pm at the River East Art Center, located at 435 E. Illinois Street in Chicago. The event will feature DJs, dancing, food from area restaurants, and an open bar. There will also be an "after party" at Lizzie McNeill's Irish Pub (400 N. McClurg Court, Chicago) later in the evening. Advance tickets are $65 through February 28; $80 after that. Those tickets can be purchased online at this link HERE. Tickets are $95 at the door. Proceeds from the "Spring Fever" singles party benefit various charities via the TCW Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.


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