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  • Connecticut's Hip-Hop Scene The Focus Of 'Bakery The Show' Podcast

    Connecticut's Hip-Hop Scene The Focus Of 'Bakery The Show' Podcast
    Most Friday nights, two married guys head to a rented office space in Vernon, stretch out on couches and talk about guy stuff — music, pop culture, sports, women, politics, cars, weed, movies, and so on — for about two hours, before...
  • L.A. County office market perks up as vacancy falls and rents rise

    L.A. County office market perks up as vacancy falls and rents rise
    Growing companies in Los Angeles County ramped up demand for office space in the fourth quarter, demonstrating that more businesses are confident about their prospects. The office market dipped in the recession and hit bottom about five years ago, but...
  • Activewear retailers make a run for Bucktown

    Activewear retailers make a run for Bucktown
    Judging by the shifting retail mix on Bucktown's chic shopping corridor, one might think the neighborhood is a hub of marathoners, ski bunnies and rugged backpackers. Stio, a Jackson Hole, Wyo.-based seller of $325 ski pants and $115 merino wool base...
  • Report spells out alleged ethics misconduct by Rep. Rush

    Report spells out alleged ethics misconduct by Rep. Rush
    WASHINGTON — Rep. Bobby Rush, a Democrat from the South Side, did not pay about $365,000 in rent for longtime use of an office to conduct politics, an ethics report released Monday said. Acceptance of the South Side office may have violated...
  • Students Worldwide Learn Programming From Vernon Company

    Students Worldwide Learn Programming From Vernon Company
    VERNON — Serial entrepreneur Mark Lassoff ran two companies in Austin, a tech-nirvana if there ever was one. But his three-year-old startup LearnToProgram Media, in a low-rent office building in Vernon, is his longest tenure anywhere. Lassoff, 40,...
  • Highland Park considers 6-story apartment building

    Highland Park considers 6-story apartment building
    As Highland Park officials mull zoning changes to increase downtown density, one proposal for a $20 million six-story apartment building is already testing their limitations. No formal application has been filed with the city. But Chicago developer Greg...
  • Boynton agency chooses developer for Ocean Breeze East

    Boynton agency chooses developer for Ocean Breeze East
    Change is on the way for the desolate downtown area known as the Heart of Boynton. On Monday, in a special meeting, the Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency approved a developer for Ocean Breeze East — a key development city officials...
  • Wicker Park's final frontier?

    Wicker Park's final frontier?
    Even as Wicker Park transformed from a tough gangland into one of the hottest neighborhoods in Chicago, a stretch of Milwaukee Avenue just north of the Division Blue Line station remained an outlier. While the surrounding commercial streets hop with...
  • Congressional Candidate Greenberg Falls Behind On His Rent – To Himself

    Congressional Candidate Greenberg Falls Behind On His Rent – To Himself
    It's one thing for a congressional candidate to fall eight months behind on rent payments for his campaign headquarters — but it's something else if the landlord is the candidate himself. That's what's happened with Republican nominee Mark...
  • Working Families Party Files Election Complaint Against Greenberg

    The Connecticut Working Families Party said Friday that it has filed a complaint with federal election regulators against Mark Greenberg, the Republican candidate for the 5th Congressional District, and his campaign committee for failing to pay a...
  • Slim chance to stop higher prescription co-pays

    When Congress reconvenes Nov. 12, opponents of billions of dollars in military compensation "reforms" sought by President Obama and the Joint Chiefs of Staff will have one final and narrow opportunity to derail the plans. Three significant compensation...