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  • 2 Men Charged In Slaying Of Howard City Couple

    Rockford New details emerging about the last hours for a Howard City couple killed Monday. Two men were charged for the murder Wednesday. Looking rather smug for a man facing serious charges, Timothy Stephan listened as a judge read eight counts...
  • July 20: Focus on Family - Chicago Area Free/Low Cost Summer Fun for Families

    July 20: Focus on Family - Chicago Area Free/Low Cost Summer Fun for Families
    Free/Low Cost Summer Fun Thursday Free Concerts in Lincoln Park (St. Charles) For more information: www.st-charlesparks.org Summer means free concerts throughout the Chicago area. The Thursday concerts in Lincoln Park in St. Charles are just one example....
  • Nashville vet accused of "professional incompetence"

    Nashville vet accused of "professional incompetence"
    A veterinarian in Nashville, Indiana, could lose his license. A complaint has been filed about Dr. James Brester. He practices veterinary medicine at the Bean Blossom Animal Clinic. He's now under investigation by the state licensing board. The Indiana...
  • Tales based on fiction - and facts, too

    Usually a ghost story is just that - a story. It is intended to raise a few eyebrows and elicit some shivers. But organizers of Ye Haunted History of Olde Ellicott City tour have been working to bring new life to stories of the afterlife, searching for...
  • A walk in the park: Sights at every turn

    You have to be on foot to understand how special Millennium Park is. From every angle of approach, there is something delightful. From the south, you have the fountain. From the north, the Harris Theater beckons, with the metallic explosion of the Frank...
  • At last: Opening Day for Millennium Park

    Above a blighted, sunken site once occupied by railroad tracks and a gravel parking lot, what is arguably Chicago's most expansive outdoor cultural project since the Columbian Exposition of 1893 is finally open. Millennium Park, which cost more than $475...
  • `The Bean' gets name, September finish date

    British sculptor Anish Kapoor, in town briefly for the fitting of the final stainless-steel plates on his massive piece under construction in Millennium Park, has named the work "Cloud Gate" and said it will "almost certainly not be fully finished"...
  • State-of-the-art sound

    The sun's rays stream through the huge trellis of crisscrossing steel pipes, bouncing off the stainless-steel ribbons that adorn the stage house of the new Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park. It is late June, and all ears are on the Grant Park...
  • Making it shine

    Only a person who has polished a 66-foot-long, 33-foot-high, 125-ton, hollow, stainless steel kidney-bean-shaped sculpture until it was so shiny you could use it as a shaving mirror could tell you what a cumbersome chore that sort of thing can be, and how...
  • A real smooth talker

    In the days leading up the official opening of Millennium Park, RedEye sat down--and looked up--to talk with the area's biggest new attraction. It didn't take long. You're known as "The Bean." Your thoughts? I don't really want to talk about it. Why?...
  • The Millennium Park effect

    NEW CATCH PHRASE was in the air after Frank Gehry's shimmering Guggenheim Museum made its spectacular debut eight years ago in the tattered shipbuilding city of Bilbao, Spain: "the Bilbao effect." The term, which sounded like weather forecasting jargon,...