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  • Oil-Dri focuses on workers' well-being — and backs it up with benefits

    Oil-Dri focuses on workers' well-being — and backs it up with benefits
    Four years ago, medical tests revealed L'Tanya King had tumors on her liver. She needed surgery, so she took an eight-week leave from her job as a technical services manager at Oil-Dri Corp. of America. It was then she felt the full embrace of her co-...
  • Last call for landmark Billy Goat Tavern?

    Last call for landmark Billy Goat Tavern?
    No Coke. No fries. No desire to change things. The Billy Goat Tavern has been a Chicago landmark for generations and a fixture under North Michigan Avenue for almost 50 years. And its owner wants to remain there, regardless of whatever redevelopment...
  • 'Railroaders' at the Chicago History Museum

    'Railroaders' at the Chicago History Museum
    Roundhouse worker William London is a sight: raccoon eyes, thanks to the goggles he had been wearing; soot on his face, thanks to his job amid coal-burning trains; and a freshly lit cigarette burning in his mouth. London's is one of the striking...
  • Regina Hall and Michael Ealy talk 'About Last Night'

    Regina Hall and Michael Ealy talk 'About Last Night'
    "About Last Night" opens this weekend, just in time for Valentine's Day. Three of the four principal actors in this LA-set adaptation of David Mamet's play "Sexual Perversity in Chicago" (borrowing also from the 1986 film "About Last Night …")...
  • REVIEW: 'The Monuments Men' ★★

    REVIEW: 'The Monuments Men' ★&#9733
    A genial disappointment about the preciousness of art amid the destructive horrors of war, "The Monuments Men" is scored to a military march by composer Alexandre Desplat. You hear what he was going for: jaunty heroics. The throwback sound of it...
  • 10 things you might not know about Chicago restaurants

    10 things you might not know about Chicago restaurants
    In honor of Taste of Chicago, running Wednesday through Sunday, let's take a look at the city's savory restaurants and their sometimes unsavory customers. Eat it up: 1/ Charlie Trotter, the influential Chicago restaurateur who died last year, once...
  • Walgreens to open in Wrigley building on Wednesday

    Walgreens to open in Wrigley building on Wednesday
    Just a hop and a skip from what will soon be known as the “old Walgreens” on North Michigan Avenue, a flagship store for the nation's largest drugstore chain opens Wednesday in the Wrigley Building, complete with sushi, frozen yogurt and a...
  • 3 iconic Northwestern buildings could become part of historic district

    3 iconic Northwestern buildings could become part of historic district
    Three buildings that share a Gothic Revival style of architecture and gray limestone cladding on Northwestern University’s Chicago campus could soon become part of a historic district, officials announced on Tuesday. The Commission on Chicago...
  • Walgreen moving Mag Mile store to Wrigley Building June 25

    Walgreen moving Mag Mile store to Wrigley Building June 25
    Walgreen Co. is set to open a new 30,000 square foot flagship in the revamped Wrigley Building’s north tower on June 25, the company said Wednesday. At the same time, it will shutter on June 24 a nearby location just north at 430 N. Michigan,...
  • Wrigley Building: Star of the skyline

    Wrigley Building: Star of the skyline
    Holiday shoppers on Michigan Avenue this month can get a unique gift: Viewing parts of the Wrigley Building that haven't been visible to the public since the "fraternal twin" towers were completed in 1921 and 1924. The ongoing renovations, which have...
  • A history of bomb attacks

    A history of bomb attacks
    Chicago is no stranger to bombs. We live in a relatively bomb-free era, the first such respite Chicagoans have enjoyed since at least the middle of the 19th century. The city that gave the world the mother of all explosive devices and ushered in the...