The Carry Out 6-17-15

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Mumford & Sons' Ben Lovett, Marcus Mumford, Winston Marshall and Ted Dwane play the Chicago Theatre in Chicago on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012. (Scott Strazzante / Chicago Tribune)

Here are today’s top stories: There is controversy over the Blackhawks rally at Soldier Field, Mumford & Sons have postponed their concert at Montrose Beach, the City Council authorized Rahm Emanuel to use 1.1 billion dollars to clean up the mess left behind by Mayor Daley, drizzling is the new sunny when it comes to June weather, as it turns out Chicago is a championship city, LeBron is not as good as MJ, the hockey-less season is not looking good and a new study shows that watching cat videos is good for you.

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