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  • 3 teens held in downtown attack

    3 teens held in downtown attack
    Two teens have told police they were attacked by a group of at least five youths downtown Tuesday evening just west of North Michigan Avenue. A witness described the incident as similar to last weekend’s downtown attacks when 20 youths were...
  • 'Lilka Kadison' is possessed by the supernatural

    About halfway through "The Last Act of Lilka Kadison," the final show of the 2010-11 season at the Tony Award-winning Lookingglass Theatre, I found myself reflecting on the deep perils of dramatizing the memories of older folk. It's a tempting perennial,...
  • Chicago Police Officer Clifton Lewis Fundraiser

    Chicago Police Officer Clifton Lewis Fundraiser
    In honor of Chicago Police Officer Clifton Lewis, who was fatally wounded in Chicago on December 29, 2011, Chick-fil-A Loyola Water Tower will be accepting donations on January 5th, 2012 from 6am-10:30pm to support his family. Officer Lewis served...
  • Stars turn out for Chicago Film Critics Awards

    Stars turn out  for Chicago Film Critics Awards
    The Chicago Film Critics Awards returned to the Broadway Playhouse at the Water Tower Jan. 7. This salute to Hollywood's best included Comedy Awards, conceived by Sharee Pemberton who produced the show along with film critic and Chicago Film Critics...
  • Lookingglass captures the ambiguity of baseball's barrier-shattering moment

    Lookingglass captures the ambiguity of baseball's barrier-shattering moment
    There's a moment in "Mr. Rickey Calls a Meeting," the terrific new show at the Lookingglass Theatre, when the caller of the 1947 meeting, Branch Rickey, president and general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, throws a crumpled shirt into the arms of Jackie...
  • Woman, 93, struck by Loyola University shuttle bus in Edgewater

    Woman, 93, struck by Loyola University shuttle bus in Edgewater
    A 93-year-old woman was hospitalized initially in critical condition after she was struck by a Loyola University shuttle bus on the North Side this morning, officials said. The accident happened at the intersection of Bryn Mawr Avenue and Sheridan Road...
  • WATCH: Inside Downtown Chicago's First Chick-Fil-A Restaurant

    WATCH: Inside Downtown Chicago's First Chick-Fil-A Restaurant
    It's a moment 100 people were waiting for. The much-hyped downtown Chicago Chick-Fil-A has finally opened its doors. The Water Tower / Loyola area is sure to see some extra foot traffic in the coming weeks, as Chicagoans craving that southern style...
  • Where'd we get these etchings in our Pg. 1 logo?

    Where'd we get these etchings in our Pg. 1 logo?
    One design feature we've added to the enhanced Chicago Tribune that debuted this week is a woodcut image tucked into our Page 1 nameplate. A series of Chicago-themed illustrations evoking a sense of the history of the city and the newspaper will rotate in...
  • 175 years of memorable, horrible, humorous and remarkable events that shaped Chicago

    175 years of memorable, horrible, humorous and remarkable events that shaped Chicago
    On March 4, 1837, exactly 175 years ago, Chicago was incorporated. Not that Flashback needed a reason, but we took this occasion to compile a very long list of events, year by year and decade by decade, that helped shape this great city. Some events...
  • Dude, where's my bus?

    Dude, where's my bus?
    As if commuting in the summer wasn't annoying enough, thanks to clueless tourists and extra traffic—summer is also detour season. Between neighborhood and city-sponsored festivals and construction projects that shut down streets, buses are being...
  • No imminent plans to raze Roland Park's old water tower, city says

    No imminent plans to raze Roland Park's old water tower, city says
    Baltimore City has no imminent plans to raze the old water tower in Roland Park, despite stated fears by a community group that is trying to protect and renovate the north Baltimore landmark, city officials say. But officials say the city plans to do a...