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Crain's Chicago Business
Chicago's other restaurant rowThe West Loop's Randolph Street is Chicago's hottest dining destination by a mi
Chicago's other restaurant row
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 2 days ago
The West Loop's Randolph Street is Chicago's hottest dining destination by a mile with Bar Siena, Au Cheval, Nellcote, Girl & the Goat, BellyQ and many others drawing hefty crowds. But those in the know are heading farther northwest for excellent... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Man shot to death on way home from second job: 'All he did was stay home and go to work'Isaac Acevedo Jr. would work one job, go home for about an hour, then go to his
Man shot to death on way home from second job: 'All he did was stay home and go to work'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
Isaac Acevedo Jr. would work one job, go home for about an hour, then go to his second job. Almost every day of the week. At 23, Acevedo owned two cars and a house he bought for himself, his parents and two younger sisters, ages 21 and 14. He worked... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Man attempted to lure boy, 13, into car in Logan SquareCHICAGO — Police issued a community alert after a man tried to lure a child in
Man attempted to lure boy, 13, into car in Logan Square
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 8 days ago
CHICAGO — Police issued a community alert after a man tried to lure a child in Logan Square. It happened at about 3:45 p.m. Tuesday in the 2100 block of north Lawndale Avenue. A man driving a white, 4-door car, approached a 13-year-old boy and... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Lagunitas in Pilsen: Culture, tours and tastes all under 7-acre roof"OK," the short, bearded guy with the gravelly voice said into the microphone,
Lagunitas in Pilsen: Culture, tours and tastes all under 7-acre roof
Chicago Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
"OK," the short, bearded guy with the gravelly voice said into the microphone, "we've now reached that portion of the tour where we're running out of shiny things to point at." It was the last stop on a journey through Lagunitas' massive new brewery... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Mom doesn't need help finding her way in ChicagoLast spring, I left Tribune Tower after a night shift and started blitzing my w
Mom doesn't need help finding her way in Chicago
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Last spring, I left Tribune Tower after a night shift and started blitzing my way north on Michigan Avenue. My mother had arrived from Florida earlier that night, and I was leaving work later than planned. This was her third visit to the city since I... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Barbecue: It's one smokin' hot trendBarry Sorkin opened his Old Irving Park barbecue joint Smoque in 2006 hoping to
Barbecue: It's one smokin' hot trend
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 21 days ago
Barry Sorkin opened his Old Irving Park barbecue joint Smoque in 2006 hoping to fill what he saw as a gaping hole in the city's otherwise robust dining scene. “What we didn't quite realize was the extent to which Chicago is a barbecue town waiting to... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Emanuel proposes $20 million in TIF money for Payton College PrepA long-planned expansion to Walter Payton College Prep High School would be lar
Emanuel proposes $20 million in TIF money for Payton College Prep
Chicago Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
A long-planned expansion to Walter Payton College Prep High School would be largely financed with $20 million from tax-increment financing districts under a proposal from Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office. The money would go toward a three-story addition... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Flashback: Bears first training camp away from Chicago? Notre DameShortly after training camp began on Sept. 1, 1933, the Bears endured three str
Flashback: Bears first training camp away from Chicago? Notre Dame
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Shortly after training camp began on Sept. 1, 1933, the Bears endured three straight days of two-a-day workouts in the merciless Indiana heat. After baking in the South Bend sun for four hours each day, some players told the Tribune they had lost as... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Indie drama 'Unexpected' bumps into pregnant director's real lifeFilmmaker Kris Swanberg is expecting her second child any day now. She is due s
Indie drama 'Unexpected' bumps into pregnant director's real life
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Filmmaker Kris Swanberg is expecting her second child any day now. She is due shortly after "Unexpected," her new film about pregnancy and impending motherhood, opens in theaters this weekend. The timing of it all — well, it's kind of funny.... Read more

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