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  • Dockmaster ensures smooth sailing for recreational boaters

    For Marko Lucht, what started as a summer job appealed to him so much that it became a career. Today, Lucht, 63, is a dock master at Crowley’s Yacht Yard on East 95th Street in Chicago, on the Calumet River. The company sells, services, stores and...
  • Meet Patrick Kane at Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch

    Meet Patrick Kane at Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch
    Harry Caray’s famous investors are lending more than just their money to the new 7th Inning Stretch location in Water Tower Place. Patrick Kane will appear Sept. 14 at the Chicago Sports Museum, located inside 7th Inning Stretch. The Blackhawks...
  • Jackie Robinson West one win short of title but still U.S. champs

    Jackie Robinson West one win short of title but still U.S. champs
    "Run through a wall for each other. Stop caring so much and have a ball out there." Jackie Robinson West manager Darold Butler pushed all the right buttons, including that in-game speech Sunday, to help lift his team to the Little League World Series...
  • Chicago releases Jackie Robinson West parade details

    Chicago releases Jackie Robinson West parade details
    Chicago's love affair with the U.S. champion Jackie Robinson West All-Stars Little League team will continue Wednesday with a welcome home rally and parade that will start on the Far South Side and wind north to Millennium Park. The rally will kick off...
  • Jackie Robinson West 'still champions,' Chicago fans say

     Jackie Robinson West 'still champions,' Chicago fans say
    Chicago’s Little League team fell short of winning a world title Sunday, but many of the more than 1,000 fans at two city public watch parties still walked away smiling. “They might not have won the World Series but they’re still...
  • Fall architecture: Several grand openings on deck for major cities

    Fall architecture: Several grand openings on deck for major cities
    The fall architectural calendar is packed with major events in Chicago, New York and Shanghai. Here are 10 worth watching. Reclaiming the lower Manhattan skyline: More than 13 years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the 104-story One World Trade...
  • Foundation trotting out horse statues to honor fallen officers

    Foundation trotting out horse statues to honor fallen officers
    Is that a horse stable outside of Starbucks? Magnificent Mile visitors could be asking that question next month, as installation of at least 50 life-size horse statues begins along Michigan Avenue. The public art project featuring 6-foot-tall, 6-foot-...
  • Floating swimming pool to dock at 31st Street Harbor

    Floating swimming pool to dock at 31st Street Harbor
    Chicago's newest harbor at 31st Street has filled less than half its boat slips, but it's about to make a splash. A floating swimming pool, a pool deck and washroom facilities are under construction, and a floating restaurant is planned for the city's...
  • Field Museum packs in science and much, much more

    Field Museum packs in science and much, much more
    The only way Chicago's Field Museum could have had a better benefactor is if there had been a generous turn-of-the-last-century tycoon named "Natural History." Considering the unlikelihood of that, "Field" will do. Marshall Field was a retailing mogul...
  • Still time to get Taste of the Nation tickets

    Tickets are still available for the 26th Taste of the Nation gala, Wednesday evening in Navy Pier’s Grand Ballroom. More than 85 top chefs and mixologists will combine their talents for an evening of food, cocktails, wine and beer, along with...
  • Expo Chicago offers diverse opportunities for aspiring art collectors

    Expo Chicago offers diverse opportunities for aspiring art collectors
    At their worst, art fairs appear as little more than consumer-driven, see-and-be-seen, hypermarketed affairs catering to rich people. To anyone not entrenched in that scene — dealer or adviser, artist or collector, curator or critic — they can...