Your daily question ☕
What do you think of the new pilot program
that will have some 911 calls for mental health emergencies handled by mental health clinicians instead of cops?
Reply to this email (please include your first name and where you live) and we might feature your answer in the next Afternoon Edition.
Yesterday, we asked you: In honor of National French Fry Day today, we want to know: Here’s some of what you said…
“Gene and Jude’s. Wait — Portillo’s. Nah, hold up — Lucky Dog!” — Nick Ternoir
“Superdawg has always been my favorite Chicago fries. crinkle cut, never cold.” — Mary Stefani
“Raymond’s Tacos on Damen and Blue Island. Old school fries hot in the brown paper and bag. Only old schoolers know what I’m talking about.” — Monica Savage-Lee
“Portillo’s. The flavor is great and never taste like they are fried in old oil.” — Patty Murray
“Mr. D’s Shish Kabobs has the best fresh cut fries in town. Diced, blanched in lemon juice and water, double-fried, salted and dunked in ketchup or mustard. #PotatoParadise.” — Walter Brzeski
“Luke’s on Jackson in downtown Chicago. They give you a full bag of fries that you can share with your coworkers, but unfortunately, they are too good to share so you end up eating the entire bag all by yourself.” — Charlotte Yolanda
“Susie’s Drive-Thru. Best cheese fries served in a crispy flour tortilla bowl. Amazing.” — Robert C. Estes
“Ricobene’s and Mr. Submarine garlic fries.” — Jenna Marie
“Zeus Restaurant in Greektown. Portillo’s and Jimmy’s for the fresh cut.” — Jonathan Turner Segal
“My thighs said it’s too many to name!” — Tina Hammond