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RedEyeWhatever you do, don't call them bouncers. They're the people who keep Chicago's nightlife safe, screening the patrons who line up to enter clubs around the city, breaking up fights inside and, if you have too much to drink, making sure you make it into...
The message itself was simple: "I was so alone and then I got your package," it read. "Thank you so much. I love the books. Thank you and God bless." Yet there was something about the handwriting, a delicate and elegant script, that moved Megan Bernard to...
If you're planning to attend a holiday arts and crafts show sometime in the next few weeks — say, for instance, the massive, annual Renegade Craft Fair Holiday Market at the Pulaski Park Fieldhouse in Noble Square, which wraps up Sunday —...
Tags: Arts, Artists, Fashion Shows, Wicker Park, Arts and Culture
Chicago has been involved in filmmaking since the technology's very beginnings in the early 1900s, when some of the world's first movie studios operated here. From those early days, when neighborhood kids would sneak onto the Selig Polyscope Co. lot at...
Rodrick Markus reached for the top shelf of a metal cabinet at the back of his office. "I know, I know, I know," he said to himself. His fingers worked across a row of jars and stopped at a tall glass cylinder. I had asked him about rare ingredients. Rare...
All inbound and outbound Metra Union Pacific/North line trains were stopped for nearly two hours during the evening rush today after a train fatally struck a pedestrian near the Rogers Park station, Metra officials said. Officials warned that delays...
Tags: Rogers Park
Tribune reporterA vehicle struck two pedestrians in the Ravenswood neighborhood Friday night, killing one and leaving the other in critical condition, police said. In a separate collision in the Archer Heights neighborhood, a 61-year-man died after being struck by a...
Joe Barley had a good life in San Diego. He was living two miles from the beach, managing models' careers and planning to open a craft beer bar. Then his little brother came calling. John Barley, who is four years younger, wanted to open a brewery in...
The only one of the four new breweries and taprooms that serves food is Atlas Brewing Company, where the menu proved to be the proverbial mixed bag. Both appetizers we tried were failures. The pork rillettes on toast were overcooked, greasy and flavorless...
George Aye and Sara Cantor Aye want to help improve the experience of using mass transit in the Chicago area, and they are appealing for your participation. The husband and wife team last year opened the Greater Good Studio, a Chicago firm that uses...
Several good friends of mine work as Chicago Public School teachers, and as the strike continues this week, I can’t help but point out it seems like Chicago’s great at coughing up money for Olympic bids, NATO summits, and TIFF slush funds, but...
RedEyeAfter months of planning and form-filing, Begyle Brewing is just a few weeks away from having their beers sold in Chicago bars. The Ravenswood-based brewery, run by friends Brendan Blume, Matt Ritchey and Kevin Cary, is planning to distribute using a...
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