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An unforgiving icy wind blew across the three dozen — young and old, black and white, rich and poor — gathered on Palm Sunday in front of the ancient and shuttered St. James Catholic Church in Bronzeville. It was a cold morning for the...
More than a dozen people were stuck in a Loop elevator for more than an hour overnight. The elevator was stuck at 60 E. Monroe St. from about 11:10 p.m. until just after midnight, according to Police News Affairs Officer Jose Estrada. No one was...
Tags: Chicago Fire Department
For RedEyeEating slices of cold fish might not sound as comforting in the dead of winter as slurping a bowl of hot soup, but that hasn't slowed a recent mini-burst of new sushi spots. From a charming BYOB in Lakeview to a sleek bar and kitchen in the South Loop,...
The lobby of the Elmhurst Art Museum is full with a dozen or so miniature wooden houses, perfect for dolls or birds with a taste for culture. The domestic sculptures are the work of the late Don Baum, who sometimes constructed them from mahjongg tiles,...
Tags: Lobbying, The Salvation Army, IKEA, Fine Artists, Sculpture
Tribune reportersHours before the Chicago Teachers Union was set to lead a protest in the Loop, Mayor Rahm Emanuel today said the time for negotiations is over and he's moving forward on a plan to close 54 schools. The plan unveiled last week to shut down 53 elementary...
Tribune reporterThe CTA and Mayor Rahm Emanuel were proved correct Monday on their predictions that Brown Line riders would be inconvenienced by work that has closed the Wells Street rail bridge downtown until next week. Mislabeled Brown Line trains and spotty customer...
Chicago ShoppingUndoubtedly, many retailers around Chicago every St. Patrick’s Day season sell the “Kiss me I’m Irish” buttons and green plastic hats, but stores featured here go beyond the clichés of leprechauns and rainbows. From baked goods...
Over the next week, construction crews will descend on the Wells Street Bridge to perform the engineering equivalent of a heart transplant on the nearly century-old structure. CTA Brown Line and Purple Line service across the bridge will be cut off...
After months of anxiety for parents and teachers, the release of a list of 53 public schools Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration plans to close ignited a fresh round of questions and protest as communities struggle to deal with the largest schools shake-...
Chicago Tribune reporterHoliday shoppers on Michigan Avenue this month can get a unique gift: Viewing parts of the Wrigley Building that haven't been visible to the public since the "fraternal twin" towers were completed in 1921 and 1924. The ongoing renovations, which have...
Chicago-based Magellan Development Group has opened two leasing offices for its new 515-unit Coast apartment tower, the latest addition to the 28-acre Lakeshore East campus in Chicago's Loop neighborhood. Coast is expected to be ready for occupancy in...
An Evanston man was charged with shooting another man at a Loop hotel last month, according to Chicago police. Brian Miller is accused of shooting the 25-year-old during a party on the 22nd floor of the Palmer House hotel at 17 E. Monroe Street....
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