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  • AIA Chicago reveals 2014 design awards

     AIA Chicago reveals 2014 design awards
    Here are the 2014 winners of the Chicago chapter of the American Institute of Architects Awards:
  • Another horse statue honoring police found damaged on Michigan Avenue

    Another horse statue honoring police found damaged on Michigan Avenue
    Another horse statue honoring police was found broken into several pieces this morning on the city's Magnificent Mile. Shortly after 3:30 a.m., police responded to a report of a damaged statue at 744 N. Michigan Ave., according to the Chicago Police...

    Naperville artist repairing damaged 'horse of honor'

    Naperville artist repairing damaged 'horse of honor'
    After being damaged twice in the past week, the Horses of Honor statue that stood in front of the Wrigley Building should be back on his hooves in no time, the artist who designed it said. Diana Leviton Gondek, the Naperville artist who decorated the...

    Horse statues honoring police fall victim to their own popularity

    Horse statues honoring police fall victim to their own popularity
    A few of the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation’s Horses of Honor fell victim to their popularity during a busy Chicago Marathon weekend, with two vandalized and several damaged after people climbed or leaned on them. The horses, decorated by...

    Walgreens' designs prove an upgrade for shoppers

    Walgreens' designs prove an upgrade for shoppers
    Not long ago, you always knew where to find a Walgreens — at the corner of happy and homely. Walgreens' banal, cookie-cutter buildings made one part of America indistinguishable from another. Inside were narrow, harshly-lit aisles piled high...