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  • Fun Spot: New deal for second-day tickets

    Fun Spot: New deal for second-day tickets
    The Fun Spot attractions in Kissimmee and near International Drive in Orlando are offering discounts on second-day tickets. The new Evening 2 Day special applies to folks who arrive after 10 p.m. and purchase a wrist band for unlimited rides. Those...
  • Ticketfly and LivingSocial partner as mobile ticketing grows

    Ticketfly and LivingSocial partner as mobile ticketing grows
    Ticketfly Inc., a San Francisco-based online seller of concert tickets, is now offering deals through daily discount company LivingSocial as it expands its mobile customer base to take on Live Nation Entertainment Inc.'s Ticketmaster. Venues and...
  • Local performance art group stages 'Moby-Dick' water ballet show

    Local performance art group stages 'Moby-Dick' water ballet show
    No two adaptations of "Moby-Dick" are the same, but it's doubtful that any previous rendition featured a synchronized-swimming skit to Rick James' song "Super Freak," a chance to win a Groupon to a local hair salon or a cameo by Esther Williams. This...
  • 'The Voice' recap: Night 4 of blinds shows value of second chances

    The takeaway message of "The Voice" Season 5 blind auditions, Night 4: "Life ... is full of second and third chances," and if you're motivated, you can make those chances pay off. That's what Shakira told contestant James Irwin last season when he...
  • Twitter has good news for shareholders: one class of shares

    SAN FRANCISCO -- As Twitter made public its stealth filing for an initial public offering, it parted with some of its Silicon Valley brethren by saying it would only issue one class of shares, meaning it plans to give all shareholders a vote. Unlike...
  • Festival building a culture of ideas-- quickly

    Festival building a culture of ideas-- quickly
    Of the many ideas at Chicago Ideas Week, the biggest one to catch on may be Chicago Ideas Week itself. We've reached Year Three of this annual festival of discussions, demonstrations and interactive experiences, and what recently seemed new now feels...
  • Emanuel talks politics while activists rally to 'take back Chicago'

    Emanuel talks politics while activists rally to 'take back Chicago'
    Thousands of union workers, community activists and a smattering of politicians rallied Tuesday evening on the Near West Side to "take back Chicago" and send a message to Mayor Rahm Emanuel and what they dubbed his "corporate, greedy, elitist friends."...
  • Chicago learns to say, 'I failed! And I feel great about it'

    Chicago learns to say, 'I failed! And I feel great about it'
    Frank Muscarello felt like a failure. It was 2011, and he was in the crowd at the Chicago Entrepreneurial Center’s Momentum Awards dinner. The business he’d spent 16 years building was gone, vaporized after the 2008 economic collapse....
  • When candy was dandy

    When candy was dandy
    With Chicago-area unemployment stubbornly higher than the national average, the fabled City That Works isn't exactly living up to its name these days. The Pullman rail car factories are long idle, the famed Chicago stockyards have vanished, and even...
  • Twitter prices IPO below expectations, moves date to Nov. 6

    Twitter prices IPO below expectations, moves date to Nov. 6
    SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter has set the price range of its hotly anticipated initial public offering between $17 and $20 a share, with hopes of raising as much as $1.4 billion. At $20 a share, Twitter would be valued at about $11 billion. That...
  • Wrigleyville moped driver charged in assault

    Wrigleyville moped driver charged in assault
    A Wrigleyville man was arrested Sunday night after he was accused of assaulting a U.S. Postal Service police officer who suspected the man was driving his moped around Lakeview while intoxicated. The man, Eric Dahl, 33, was charged with aggravated...