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“The Dark Knight Rises” has already been a blessing for Pittsburgh and Newark, N.J., two non-traditional film locations that replaced Chicago as Gotham City in the third Christopher Nolan-directed Batman film. The superhero movie, in...
L.A. NOWA piece of San Francisco's past was unearthed earlier this month when wreckage from the old City Hall — destroyed in the 1906 earthquake that devastated the city — were discovered at a construction site....
As I light my pipe, take up my quill pen and sheepskin and once again prepare to write another volume of The Kassopedia — the repository of the world's great knowledge — I'm reminded of a snarky reader. She calls herself, "Your long...
Tags: Elections, Danny K. Davis, Preschools, Early Learning, Hot Dogs
Four years ago, Janesh Rahlan watched the Grant Park presidential election extravaganza play out on TV from the confines of his parent's Aurora home. "I did want to go, but my parents said that is not happening on a school night," said Rahlan, now 20 and...
Chicago Tribune reporterThe death of Chicago's first black mayor was marked by tears of sorrow, words of praise — and down-and-dirty politicking. A few days after Harold Washington had a fatal heart attack in his City Hall office, 25 years ago Nov. 25, a Tribune reporter...
Tribune staff reporterAs America's banking system began to freeze in mid-2008, Juan Rangel's nonprofit United Neighborhood Organization was in trouble. Because of a gubernatorial funding veto, the Latino group, which runs one of Chicago's largest charter school networks,...
Tribune staff reporterTo say that Chicago-based luxury hotel investor Laurence Geller is captivated by all things Winston Churchill is something of an understatement. As chairman of the Churchill Centre, a not-for-profit dedicated to preserving the legacy of the iconic...
Palos Hills will be applauding U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Andrew J. Jender, one of its own, during a welcome home ceremony led by the Soldiers Guardian Angels and the Warrior Watch Riders. The event, which will kick off with a parade at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct....
Chicago's taxicab owners, led by business partners Pat Corrigan and Michael Levine, are throwing everything they can at a technology startup called Uber. The app is disrupting the taxi industry nationwide by allowing people to directly hail cabs or town...
Tags: Laws, Startups, Chicago Mayor, City Club of Chicago, Consumers
L.A. NOWL.A. City Council members voted to invite private operators to submit bids to run the downtown Convention Center, handing Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa a major victory....
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're pressed for time, so let's get started, shall we? Here's your countdown of the Top Five Stories making news on this 13th day of September. 1. We're on the ground in Philadelphia this morning......
L.A. NOWA hearing officer on Monday concluded that voter fraud occurred during Vernon's June City Council election, throwing out seven of the 64 ballots cast and declaring a new winner in the race....
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