Texans’ Brown on kneeling: ‘Felt sense of unity’

10:14 PM ET SEATTLE -- During the national anthem before Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks, the majority of Houston Texans players kneeled and linked arms. Approximately 10 players stood. The display by the Texans players comes after Texans owner Bob McNair's controversial "inmates running the prison" comment, which was said during

Johnny’s Grill Is Closing, Last Day Set For Nov. 3

The diner was go-to spot for delicious greasy food for more than 30 years before in closed in 2014. Sarah Jordan, an award-winning pastry chef, reopened the diner in 2015. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Josh McGhee LOGAN SQUARE — Johnny's Grill and Mezclaeria Las Flores — two of the most prominent

Self-driving cars will change cities: here’s how

When the number of people reliant on self-driving cars reaches critical mass, cities will evolve to become either more densely-packed, like New York, or decentralized hubs of suburban sprawl, like Dallas. That’s according to MIT’s Center for Real Estate, which conducted a study with funding from Capital One in order

Barn & Company Readies Renovation, Keeps ‘Low and Slow’

Barn & Company has just undergone a renovation at 950 W. Wrightwood Ave. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Ted Cox LINCOLN PARK — Even at its own deliberate "low & slow" pace, the time had come for a renovation at Barn & Company. The Lincoln Park barbecue joint, home to noted "Low &