“Money meant nothing to this man,” said his wife. “He could have had summer homes, fancy cars, but it didn’t matter. He was awesome.”
Licensed businesses would be required to make washrooms available to people with an emergency; they couldn’t make them buy anything, or pay a fee.
The Cubs are discouraging recipients from selling their hardware. But if they get the urge, the Cubs reserve the right to buy most rings back for $1.
Hundreds of Cubs fans attended Monday’s opening ceremony of The Park, a new outdoor plaza just west of Wrigley Field.