The Evening Rush for Monday, Jan. 27, 2014

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Sea smoke rises off the lake and steam flies from the buildings of the Chicago skyline as temperatures fell below zero Monday morning. | Craig Newman/Sun-Times

Tracking #Chiberia, part II

Had enough of winter yet? Too bad, because forecasters predict temperatures will continue to plunge overnight, dropping to 12 below zero, which prompted Chicago Public Schools to remain closed for a second day on Tuesday. A wind chill warning will run until 9 a.m. Wednesday, but it could be worse: This is only Chicago’s 13th coldest winter on record, meteorologist Bill Nelson said. [Sun-Times]

Our live blog keeps you up to date on the latest weather warnings and traffic delays. [Voices]

An up-close look at #Chiberia in our top photos/videos of the day. [Voices]

This interactive map shows you how you can eat, drink and shop without ever stepping outside, thanks to the Pedway. [DNAinfo Chicago]

While we’re on the topic of miserable weather, we might as well take a look back at the blizzard of 1967, which everyone was digging out from 47 years ago today. [Voices]

Giving it a shot

Latin Kings leader wants to conceal and carry. [Sun-Times]

Rooftops, your move

Cubs have applied for a permit to install right-field signage. [Sun-Times]

Helmets off, please

Here’s what the guys from Daft Punk look like. [Buzzfeed]

A true inspiration

A dying man is writing enough inspirational notes so that his daughter is guaranteed to get one every day in her lunch until she graduates high school. [Gawker]

Listen to Quinn

If you do, you can make some money off the Gov’s State of the State address. [Crain’s Chicago Business]

Technology knows no limits

The True Love Tester bra has sensors and will unlock only if you’re sufficiently aroused. At least that’s what they’re saying. [Daily Dot]

It’s a Super bad idea

Rick Morrissey says no good can come out of a Super Bowl in New Jersey. [Sun-Times]

Shocking, really

‘Marlboro Man’ Eric Lawson dies of lung disease. [Sun-Times]

His final 39 days

A photo project documenting how cancer ravaged one man’s body isn’t for the faint of heart. [Daily Mail]

The Bright One

If you missed Donut Fest 2014, we have the mouth-watering recap. [Sun-Times]

Commute

Sudoku; Weather; Traffic; CTA; Metra; Flight delays

And finally

Getting a giant Seahawks tattoo doesn’t mean you’ll win those free tickets. [Voices]

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