The restaurant opens to the public on Sept. 4. Patrons can access it via the entrance at 117 E. Lake.
The wagon was built 20 years ago for the Radio Flyer’s 80th anniversary. It was inspired by a similar one the firm built for the 1933 World’s Fair.
OPINION: The city is attracting tens of thousands of affluent, professional young people.
Lane closures are scheduled starting Friday on Michigan Avenue to repair a ComEd manhole.
The store, expected to open in 2019, will be the largest of three “interactive” stores where Starbucks coffee will be roasted, brewed and packaged.
Reilly opened the door to allowing musicians to keep playing on Michigan Avenue and State Street during high-traffic hours instead of banning them.
Chicago should be encouraging street music, nurturing it. Don’t suppress it; make it work.
‘Each person will carry a two-foot-tall, white wooden cross bearing the name of each person killed in Chicago this year,’ Pfleger said this month.
They will tote the crosses in tribute to hundreds of dead men, women and children along the Magnificent Mile.
Fred Piattoni, who ran seven Powder Puff hair salons and organized Chicago’s annual America’s Beauty Show, died Nov. 30 in Barrington. He was 90.
Protesters chanted a familiar refrain Friday, “Rahm Emanuel has got to go.”
Chicago’s holiday season got off to a festive start Friday night with the lighting of the big tree in Millennium Park — and there’s much more to come.
The Michigan Avenue bridge will be closed Wednesday night into Thursday morning for maintenance work.