There will be lane closings on several streets downtown starting Monday and continuing through the month because of resurfacing work and the installation of protected bike lanes or other bike-lane improvements.
The work’s being done and lanes will be closed on Randolph Street from Michigan Avenue to Wacker Drive, Dearborn Street between Wacker and Madison Street and Clinton Street between Randolph and Lake Street, according to the Chicago Department of Transportation.
Scandal-prone Ald. Gardiner mum about reelection bid against rival who feels ‘great about going into the runoff’
Ald. Jim Gardiner did not respond to the Sun-Times’ requests for an interview about his runoff campaign. Challenger Megan Mathias said many residents complained to her about Gardiner’s inaccessibility but hesitated to donate to her campaign because they “feared retaliation.”
City’s top politicians on board to honor legendary Cubs announcer
The center, backed by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan, will research inflammation’s role in human diseases. Its funding includes $25 million in a capital grant from the state.
The show that opened Thursday in New York is a hyped-up, over-caffeinated fractured fairy tale that loses its way in the forest and wastes some of the nicest melodies Andrew Lloyd Webber has written in decades.
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