Monday, September 26, 2022
By Christy Gutowski, William Lee and Todd Lighty Chicago Tribune Howard Bolling had assumed Roseland Pharmacy would be safe from the violent unrest that broke out a year ago after a Minneapolis police officer restrained and killed George Floyd. “I thought, ‘I’m...
By Mike Nolan Daily Southtown A Cook County Circuit Court judge Friday allowed the owner of the former Calumet Country Club to dismiss a lawsuit that had sought disconnection of the property from Homewood, a move an attorney for residents...
By Chris Sosa Chicago Tribune Professional sports franchises are always tweaking the product on the field. It’s a job that’s never really finished no matter how many titles an organization collects. And luckily for Chicago White Sox fans, the team has...
The space will serve as a "sister restaurant to the Silver Room," owner Eric Williams said. "If you like the vibe of the Silver Room, if you like the vibe of the block party, that’s gonna be the vibe...
Stacey Baca If you stroll Madison Street in downtown Chicago, you'll see how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the heart of the city when it comes to office space, retail stores and restaurants. "This is the right place to be," said...
The 108,000-square-foot video gaming stadium is planned for 2601 S. Wabash Ave. and would be the first in the city. Justin Laurence CHICAGO — The city is moving into the booming virtual gaming world in a big way. A $30 million, 108,000-square-foot...
By Ryan Ori Chicago Tribune A downtown alderman is proposing a zoning change that could clear the way for the James R. Thompson Center to be replaced by one of Chicago’s tallest skyscrapers. Ald. Brendan Reilly, 42nd, wants to allow more...
Tyler Nevius says his backers remain in place and he hopes to reopen the 1929 movie house as a performing arts venue by late 2022. By David Roeder For anyone who likes old Chicago movie houses or performance venues, those...
Restaurateur Teddy Gilmore is joining a growing number of employers offering incentives to workers willing to be vaccinated. Jamie Nesbitt Golden BURNSIDE — When Teddy Gilmore opened his restaurant last year, he had no idea what he was in for. The entrepreneur...
By Lauren Zumbach Chicago Tribune Even before the coronavirus pandemic began, changes in the ways people shop were transforming malls, and Water Tower Place was no exception. More than a dozen retailers and restaurants have left the mall in recent years,...
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