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We talked with Frank Lassendrello, brewer and owner of Broad Shoulders Brewing, which plans to open this summer in Motor Row.
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Third and fourth graders at a South Loop school heard from a panel of residents and community leaders, who talked about how changes in public housing affect their neighborhood.
The CHA plans to use $3 million in federal money to tear down buildings at the Harold Ickes projects. Some housing advocates say demolishing buildings doesn't create housing, jobs or economic growth.
Six buildings at the Harold Ickes public housing project will be torn down soon. Housing advocates and resident leaders are concerned about starting demolition before there's any plan for Ickes future.
Facial burns suffered by an infant in 2004 could be connected to maintenance lapses at Chicago Housing Authority properties, the lawyer for the girl and advocates say.
A recent award given to the Chicago Housing Authority shows public housing isn't always an eyesore. CHA officials are looking to preserve and protect important properties the agency owns.
Columbia College purchases a piece of property that will eventually be home to a multi-million dollar, state-of-the-art sound stage and production building.
Sox' sins catch up to them in Minnesota.
New plans for Soldier Field, Buckingham Fountain
Weather conditions blamed
Judge sets $1.5 million bail
Acrobatic dunks, Dick Vitale on speed