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  • CPS soliciting bids for 3 schools closed last year

    CPS soliciting bids for 3 schools closed last year
    Chicago Public Schools is soliciting bids for three of the nearly 50 school buildings it closed last year. Under a process put together by an advisory committee for  finding ways to reuse the closed facilities, CPS is working with aldermen to...
  • Orland Crossing apartments groundbreaking coming soon

    Orland Crossing apartments groundbreaking coming soon
    Construction on a new apartment complex in downtown Orland Park is expected to begin in about a month after plans for the new housing and an adjacent grocery store got a final round of approvals at a Village Board meeting Monday. "They're ready to go,"...
  • Chicago Tribune launches new website

    Chicago Tribune launches new website
    A new chicagotribune.com launches Friday, offering readers a richer digital experience geared to any screen. The next-generation website, a key development in the continued digital evolution of the Chicago Tribune, features more multimedia content,...
  • Will 'True Detective' rumors spark a Vince Vaughn revival?

    Will 'True Detective' rumors spark a Vince Vaughn revival?
    Back in the fall I suggested that Vince Vaughn remake himself in the model of Matthew McConaughey. They're both tall and charmingly smooth. Their careers took off in the 1990s as they excelled at playing rakish, borderline repulsive figures. And they both...
  • Craig Korte, managing director, D.A. Davidson & Co.

    Craig Korte, managing director, D.A. Davidson & Co.
    D.A. Davidson & Co., an investment banking firm, has hired Craig Korte as managing director in the firm’s Chicago office. In the new role, he will focus on working with middle market industrial companies. He most recently worked at Lazard Ltd.,...
  • South Side creates its own Museum Campus

    South Side creates its own Museum Campus
    The idea sat roughly in the middle of the city's Cultural Plan 2012, a bullet point among scores of bullet points: "Development of a 'Museum Campus South' that connects major institutions on the South Side." Now it's being put into action. At a news...
  • Farewell for now, as I turn the page

     Farewell for now, as I turn the page
    I distinctly remember a textbook titled "Time to Wonder" that I used in elementary school. When I was a child, the title meant very little because both time and wonder seemed infinite to me. For many of us, though, it's not until we get older and become...
  • Shutsung Liao, University of Chicago researcher, 1931-2014

    Shutsung Liao, University of Chicago researcher, 1931-2014
    Shutsung Liao, a biochemist and professor emeritus at the University of Chicago's Ben May Department for Cancer Research, spent much of his life investigating prostate cancer and contributed to the development of a drug that is also used to treat male...
  • Man shot in Englewood

    Man shot in Englewood
    A man was shot in Englewood early Sunday morning. The 32-year-old was wounded in the abdomen and taken to University of Chicago Hospital, according to police. The shooting happened about 6 a.m. near 57th Street and Morgan Avenue on the South Side....
  • Concert review: Dee Alexander at Logan Center

    Concert review: Dee Alexander at Logan Center
    We already knew that Dee Alexander could sing. But on Friday night she reminded a large audience of just how well. Celebrating the release of her newest album, "Songs My Mother Loves," Alexander covered a remarkable range of sounds, styles and attitudes...
  • Lawsuit: Plastic surgeon posted woman's photos, labeling them 'cocaine nose'

    Lawsuit: Plastic surgeon posted woman's photos, labeling them 'cocaine nose'
    A woman who says her Chicago plastic surgeon posted before and after photos of her facial reconstruction surgery on his website without her consent, labeling them “cocaine nose,” filed a lawsuit Tuesday in Cook County circuit court.  ...