On Friday afternoon, Christine Veit, a Logan Square resident parked for under five minutes in a lot at 1520 N. Damen Ave in Wicker Park, was getting coffee from La Colombe in her way to Nashville for the holiday weekend when she was booted by an enforcement worker from
CHICAGO — A day after new Census data showed a shrinking Chicago population, the moving company U-Haul had some news that seemed to cheer up Mayor Rahm Emanuel: People still move here. U-Haul announced Friday that Chicago is the second most "moved to" city in the nation, which excited Emanuel's office after U.S.
Becker Pharmacy Closing View Full Caption LINCOLN SQUARE — For more than 70 years, Becker Professional Pharmacy has been Lincoln Square's corner drugstore, an independent holdout surrounded by a sea of chains. On Friday, pharmacist Alvin Klein, who bought the drugstore in 1972, will fill his last prescription. "It's time
The original manufacturing plant and amateur station for Chicago Radio Laboratory at 5525 N. Sheridan Road. View Full Caption Facebook/Bill Weiss EDGEWATER — Before Steve Jobs made working out of your garage cool, Ralph H.G. Matthews and Karl Hassel had already made history by helping to transmit the first transcontinental radio message out