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Arachnophobic Chicagoans want to hear "flying" and "spider" in the same sentence probably as much as "ketchup" and "hot dog." But that's the phrase that the bug-squeamish have been treated to this week, when a note posted to guests at the Hilton Chicago...
Battered by the recession and the downturn in the housing market, Chicago architect Lucien Lagrange liquidated his namesake firm in 2010. Yet Lagrange and his tradition-tinged buildings are still with us. The latest, the 40-story Ritz-Carlton Residences...
Tribune reportersA protester charged with hitting a Chicago police officer over the head with a frying pan Wednesday night on North Michigan Avenue was ordered held today in lieu of $50,000 bond. Gary C. Wagaman, a 30-year-old Michigan resident, appeared in Cook...
Lubricated by a salty margarita purloined in the lobby, clearly besotted with the environmental theatricality of period Mexican chic, and with the taste of Rick Bayless' tuna ceviche apparently dancing cartwheels on his lips, one intensely aroused...
Chalk it up to high gas prices, new urbanism or a nostalgic longing for the downtowns of old, but many homebuyers want to be close to their favorite hangouts. Instead of spending gas and time driving into town, they want to live in town, near their...
Mickey, Minnie and Disney turned the Magnificent Mile into the Happiest Place on Earth Saturday night during the Magnificent Mile Lights Festival kickoff weekend. Activities on Pioneer Court at 401 N. Michigan Ave. began at 11 a.m. The mild but windy...
Everyone wants to make Chef Jimmy Bannos Jr.'s recipe as seen on Living Healthy Chicago! Can YOU make it for less than $20 like Jimmy and Jane? If you do, let us know on Facebook! Sauteed Rockfish with Apple Fennel salad and Salsa Genovese 2 5 oz...
Tribune reporterFor Jessica Cardenas, the trip downtown Monday night to watch the dismantling of the controversial Marilyn Monroe statue in Pioneer Court was far more of a pilgrimage than a goodbye for a traveling piece of art. Cardenas, who created an homage to the...
Tribune reporterTwo civil rights attorneys filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the City of Chicago saying the Police Department is unlawfully intimidating panhandlers from asking for money on the Magnificent Mile. The lawsuit filed in federal court in Chicago alleges that...
Here's my question about the teenagers who have been attacking and robbing people on North Michigan Avenue in recent days: Were they Christians? And if so, what denomination? Baptist? Catholic? Seventh Day Adventist? Those may sound like ridiculous...
Chicago got the "Seven Year Itch" a little early. After nearly two years of being stationed smack dab in the middle of Pioneer Court on the Magnificent Mile, the Forever Marilyn statue will be taken down May 7, according to the nonprofit group that owns...
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