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Let's see if I have this right: The Ricketts family wants to spend $500 million to upgrade their ballpark. No taxpayer funds to be used. Rooftop owners (who, in fact, are stealing the Cubs’ product) want more, in the form of less signage in the park...
— He dropped out of north suburban Richmond-Burton Community High School, and a few years later Andy Turco found himself staining decks in the summer, plowing snow in the winter and going without work for a month or two in between. Nearly...
Another week of spring training passes by as there is still no deal reached after Rahm Emanuel, the Rickettses and Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) meet yet again to discuss the issue. Renovations for Wrigley field have been trying to be set in motion for some time...
Ever since the Velvet Lounge closed in 2010 and HotHouse in 2007, Chicago has sorely lacked a major venue that could serve as a nexus for experimental jazz. Many other important rooms– such as Elastic, the Hideout and the Hungry Brain – have...
Tags: Culture, Politics, Music Industry, Concerts, Entertainment
Adrienne Lo and Abraham Conlon, the proprietors of the hugely popular new Chinese-Portuguese restaurant Fat Rice in Logan Square, are interesting looking, the kind of couple you see around town and wonder what their deal is. I've seen them around for...
Clout StreetWrigleyville's alderman said Wednesday that the Cubs are considering construction of a parking garage north of the ballpark to help relieve parking woes that residents worry would worsen if the city allowed more night games and concerts at the stadium....
It could be argued that Links Hall, the venerable dance organization housed for decades on the second floor of a walk-up building in Wrigleyville, is a state of mind as much as a place. Links' dance is raw, unadorned, wending from the wild and wacky...
Tags: Michael Jackson, Arts and Culture
Popular Wrigleyville pizzeria Dimo’s is preparing to open a second larger—and boozier—location on the border of Wicker Park and Bucktown this spring. The second Dimo’s Pizza will be located inside a new building at 1615 N....
Clout StreetTalks continue today at City Hall over the Wrigley Field rehab proposed by team owner Tom Ricketts, who opted not to travel to Pittsburgh for the team's first game of the regular season. Although negotiators took a break Sunday, daily talks have taken...
Tags: Thomas Ricketts, Wrigley Field
RedEyeDiners with gluten sensitivities and allergies—and those who date them—have reason to make Lakeview a destination. The neighborhood has seen three restaurants open in the past two and half years that make a point to offer gluten-free options....
For RedEyeDarth Vader and a squadron of more than a dozen Imperial soldiers and Stormtroopers stroll into Chicago's Adler Planetarium on a Thursday night and gather around a large-scale model of the Earth as if planning to attack it with their superweapon the Death...
I know your article on the Wild Hare (“Without concerts, reggae club is running out of time,” News, Jan. 22) does not represent your opinions, but I didn't know who else to write to. My beef is not only about the Wild Hare, but other...
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