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  • Blue Plate's new headquarters aimed at getting bigger bite of catering

     Blue Plate's new headquarters aimed at getting bigger bite of catering
    Blue Plate Catering, aiming for a bigger bite of the corporate and special events food business and to diversify into fast food retailing, plans to break ground next month on a headquarters in the Fulton Market neighborhood.
  • Book explores innovations of modern Japanese home design

    Challenged to build homes that create a feeling of light, space and tranquility in some of the world's most densely populated areas, Japanese architects have had no choice but to think outside the box. Literally. Basic elements like walls, windows and...

    Pullman Park offers a brewery, dining and tours as well as theater

    Pullman Park offers a brewery, dining and tours as well as theater
    If the Pullman neighborhood on Chicago's Far South Side is good enough for the President and royalty to take note, won't you? Designated a national monument by President Barack Obama in February, the Pullman State Historic Site is now part of the...

    Dutch royal couple to tour Gwendolyn Brooks high school

    Dutch royal couple to tour Gwendolyn Brooks high school
    The Dutch king and queen's whirlwind U.S. tour will bring them to a high school on the Far South Side on Wednesday for a picnic and seminars on urban farming. D'Andre Weaver, principal of Gwendolyn Brooks College Preparatory Academy, a selective...

    Columbia man is force behind embassy tribute to the spirit of 'Rosie'

    Columbia man is force behind embassy tribute to the spirit of 'Rosie'
    When 14 women were recognized last weekend in Washington for their role in the liberation of the Netherlands at the end of World War II, it was a ceremony initiated by Hugo Keesing, a Dutch-American and a Columbia resident. "Rosie the Riveter" was the...