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Tribune reporterFrank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple, a pilgrimage site for architectural buffs, will get a face lift, thanks to a $10 million grant from a Chicago-based foundation. Wednesday’s announcement about the striking Oak Park structure comes as...
Special to the TribuneOprah Winfrey's Chicago real estate foibles continue. Almost two years ago, the talk-show queen signed off on her massively popular, Chicago-based national chatfest. Soon afterward, she closed her flagship Oprah Store, which was located at 1017 W....
On his first day in office, Mayor Rahm Emanuel signed a series of executive orders banning political giving from lobbyists and contractors doing business with the city, part of his campaign pledge to move City Hall beyond the pay-to-play culture that...
Special to the Chicago TribuneRetired Cubs star Ryne Sandberg sold his 2,500-square-foot, vintage co-op unit last week in Streeterville for $580,000. With the sale, Sandberg no longer owns any real estate in Chicago. With the exception of two years in the 1990s, he had owned...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Gold Coast, R. Kelly, Condos, Real Estate
Kay Alden Nelson's big break into daytime television sounds like a plot out of one of her soap opera scripts. "I was doing a dissertation for my Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin at Madison on how daytime television serials can be used as mediators...
RedEyeHip-hop and food are not strangers to each other--in fact the opulence and eccentricities of rap music has often lended itself well to cuisine. From Common's classic single, "The Food," to Kanye's classic snark, "What she order?/Fish filet," Chicago...
Tribune reporterTwo preservationist groups have dropped a lawsuit challenging the City of Chicago’s decision to deny landmark status to the old Prentice Women’s Hospital. Northwestern University plans to demolish the building in Chicago’s Streeterville...
Tags: Architecture, Justice System, Arts and Culture, Research, Laws
Pizza review: Flour & Stone 355 E. Ohio St. 312-822-8998 Rating: 3.5 (out of 4) When Flour & Stone opened in Streeterville last week touting "Chicago's Brooklyn-style pizza," I wasn't sure quite what to expect. I spent a few pizza-eating years as a...
They're back: Construction cranes. In downtown Chicago. Lots of them, a visible sign of the more than 2,600 luxury rental units that will be added to the apartment market this year. About every downtown neighborhood has a project in the works or in...
Tribune reporterA judge Thursday gave at least a temporary reprieve to old Prentice Women's Hospital by stopping the city from issuing a demolition permit to Northwestern University until it can be determined whether the process by which the building was denied...
Twenty-one Chicago food truck stands are scheduled to begin operation by the end of next week, city officials told the Tribune and the Stew. Located in Lincoln Park, the Loop, Streeterville, Lakeview, West Town and Wicker Park the stands will allow up to...
The clash between Northwestern University and preservationists over the fate of Bertrand Goldberg's old Prentice Women's Hospital is expected to climax as early as Oct. 4 when the Commission on Chicago Landmarks could begin weighing the merits of...
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