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As politicians in Washington took a step toward tightening the nation's gun laws Wednesday, first lady Michelle Obama sat down with Chicago high school students whose stories about violence brought her to tears. Before the meeting began at Harper High...
La Cuchara 1521 W. Madison St. 312-291-9344 Rating: !! (out of four) Give it some time What's a restaurant's website for if not to stoke your appetite? La Cuchara's definitely features some appealing claims that fueled my anticipation, but upon arrival,...
Tags: Strawberries, Restaurants, Mexico, Tacos, Dining and Drinking
When you're sitting watching a new musical, it's easy to focus on a book or a score and underestimate the perennial dependency of Broadway tuners on lyrics. And if you're ever looking for lyrical excellence, the songs of Lorenz Hart (an early...
Wednesday was a day I will never forget. I stood up with hundreds of Chicago retail and fast-food workers, marching through the Loop and Magnificent Mile, chanting "You can't survive on $8.25." As exciting and empowering as that was, I never imagined...
The hardest thing about visiting Chicago is deciding where to take the kids first — Chicago's famous Lakefront where you can ride bikes and in-line skate, or Lincoln Park where you can visit one of the few free zoos (http://www.lpzoo.org) in the...
The CTA finally got the message that its cell service is spotty, and the agency last week announced it is seeking information on how to improve its mobile network in the subways. Though the change likely will garner a happy reception from many, I'm not...
Penthouses are increasingly defining the Chicago skyline as developers tap into a niche market for luxury residential properties and savvy buyers and renters see an opportunity to elevate their lifestyles. Buyers pay a premium for those lofty perches,...
Tribune reporterA man suspected of robbing a downtown bank Friday was arrested later that day by a Chicago police officer who used a photo posted on the Tribune’s website to identify the man. Jack V. Dudley, 57, also known as Charles “Zodiac”...
Tags: Criminals, FBI, Heroin, Bank Robbery, Theft
For Chicagoans craving a Whopper, having it your way will soon mean having it delivered to your door. Burger King said Tuesday it will launch delivery in the Chicago area, aimed more at the "worker-bee-stuck-at-a-desk" crowd and less at the "late-...
RedEyeWhen Mayor Emanuel officially re-opened the rehabilitated Grand Red Line station last year, he announced plans to begin overhauling a Red Line station, building a new Green Line station and consolidating two stations in the Loop into a superstation within...
Tags: Chicago Mayor, Rahm Emanuel
We all knew Roger Ebert. Even those who knew Roger only through his words and insights felt a bond. That was one of Ebert's many gifts, and with his death leaving such a profound void, it is easy to overlook all that we still have from him. Beyond the...
After investigating a suspicious package found late this morning in the Loop, Chicago police have cconcluded there was no danger and have re-opened the area, police said. No one was hurt and the area was "cleared" at 1 p.m., said Chicago Police...
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