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Elgin man state's latest bust in child pornography sting

Jesse Hansen, 33, of the 300 block of North Street is charged with two counts of dissemination of child pornography and two counts of possession of child pornography.

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Driver in Bobby Cann Case Hires High-Paid Celebrity Lawyer

On the evening of May 29, 2013, Cann, 26, was biking from work when San Hamel, 28, struck him at the intersection of Clybourn and Larabee in Old Town. San Hamel was charged with reckless homicide, aggravated DUI, misdemeanor DUI, reckless driving, and failure to stay in the lane.

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McKinney Leaves the Sun-Times

In a stark take on the remaining public housing near Halsted and Division, the New York Times says, "the Plan for Transformation, a national model in its scope and original ambition, is off schedule and in need of more money."

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The Reader moves out of its longtime offices at 11 E. Illinois today, heading for the Sun-Times Building a few blocks away. The paper's staff has been blogging about the process all week.

...have cool stuff to peruse. Send five copies of your zine to the theater at 5153 N. Ashland, 60640, and bring free joy (and, of course, your unique perspective on the world) to...

Biannual publication AREA Chicago is holding a fundraiser at Danny's Tavern, 1951 W. Dickens, tonight from 10pm to 2am. It's free to get in, but 25 percent of the bar proceeds will go to AREA -- so drink up!

...Hawe; original music from Cepia, Sienna, and Detalles; and more. Released as part of the 2005 May 1st Reboot and CSS Reboot, the launch party for the new volume takes place Tuesday...

PISTIL Magazine will celebrate the release of its fifth issue, "Idol," at the Hothouse, 31 E. Balbo, with a gallery exhibit and silent auction benefiting the American Red Cross. Featured artists include...

...work must not be previously published. Entries go to Chicago Literary Awards, Another Chicago Magazine, 3709 N. Kenmore, Chicago, 60613...

THE2NDHAND celebrates the release of its 15th issue, "LE2EMEMAIN," tonight at Skylark, 2149 S. Halsted, tonight (Sunday). Editors Todd Dills and Jeb Gleason-Allured are joined by Joe Meno and...

City Newsstand, 4018 N. Cicero in Chicago, and Chicago-Main Newsstand, 380 N. Chicago in Evanston, are great resources for hard-to-find magazines and newspapers, but little did you know they also have a pretty good website. Check out their Top Tabloid Headlines of 2003 -- FEBRUARY TO BE CANCELED!

...6, 7:30 pm, 1350 N. Wells) and Quimby's (November 8, 8:00 pm, 1854 North Ave.), plus an open house at Women and Children First (November 8, 1-2 pm, 5233...

...Ave.), plus an open house at Women and Children First (November 8, 1-2 pm, 5233 N. Clark). Sponsored by Chicago NOW...

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New archbishop will live at Holy Name Cathedral

While the new archbishop plans to use the red-brick three-story home at 1555 N. State Parkway to host church functions and guests in the coming year, the archdiocese said Cupich will establish a committee to study how the property can best serve the mission of the archdiocese.

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Shooting on Ald. Smith's Lincoln Park Block Has Neighbors Frustrated

Residents of the 1600 block of North Vine Street, where the shooting occurred, said the street was plagued by drug-dealing and feuds for months this summer.

Around 4 p.m. Monday, witnesses said they heard a series of gunshots and saw a man who had been shot in the leg get into a vehicle near the intersection of Vine and North Avenue.

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Teachers union selling Gold Coast apartment tower

A venture led by Mr. Buford has agreed to buy the 29-story building at 55 W. Chestnut St., a fixer-upper in a prime location, according to people familiar with the transaction. An exact price could not be determined, but it's estimated to be worth slightly less than $50 million, or $233,000 a unit.

The teachers union built the high-rise in 1966 as a place for retired teachers to live, naming it John M. Fewkes Tower in honor of the union's founding president. Chicago architect Harry Weese designed the brick building at the southwest corner of Chestnut and Dearborn streets.

...Estate Co. paid $80.5 million over the summer for a 280-unit tower at 850 N. State St.

...55 W. Chestnut because he owns several buildings nearby, including a 286-unit property at 1111 N. Dearborn St. and a 148-unit property at 1000 N. LaSalle St. Mr. Buford also owns properties...

...a 286-unit property at 1111 N. Dearborn St. and a 148-unit property at 1000 N. LaSalle St. Mr. Buford also owns properties in Old Town, Lakeview, Wrigleyville and Lincoln Park...

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John Hodgman @ UP Comedy Club

John Hodgman does two completely different shows tonight at UP Comedy Club, 230 W. North Ave. At 7pm (6:15 doors) he performs "I Stole Your Dad," his usual melange of...

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Take a trip down memory lane with CHM '1968 Exhibit'

...were camping out in Lincoln Park not far from the CHM which is located at North and Clark St.

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Heart of the Hood: Longtime community staple raising money for much-needed makeover

Mark your calendars now, because it’ll be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Oct. 28, at the Newberry Library, 60 W. Walton St. All of the six (yes, six!) candidates will be in attendance and WBEZ's Chip Mitchell will moderate. 

...After over 10 years of empty decay, the landmarked Three Arts Club building, 1300 N. Dearborn, is in the midst of a multi-million dollar renovation thanks to the efforts of...

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For more than a century, since 1888 actually, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Academy [OLMCA], 720 W. Belmont Ave., has provided a stable, safe place for kids to learn. But as we all know and the Rolling Stones even sing, “Time waits for no one.” That includes buildings. 

...was accepted into the Senior Artists Network’s juried exhibit at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington St. The show runs Oct. 20 to Nov. 30 with an opening reception from 4 to...

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Dining news: "Dinner Party" Oct. 27; Cicchetti closes

...On Thursday, Nov. 6, Michael Kornick and Executive Chef Erick Williams of mk, 868 N. Franklin St., welcome Ken Wright of Ken Wright Cellars for an exclusive tasting experience at 6 p...

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...Chicago Force quarterback Sami Grisafe and host Elysabeth Alfano—and the public at City Winery, 1200 W. Randolph St., at 6:30 p.m. Visit www.citywinery.com/chicago/fear-no-art-presents-the...

...Slated for a late November opening in Boystown, Dive Bar ( 3445 N. Halsted St. ) will revolve around a nautical theme, Eater Chicago noted. The food will feature surf-and...

—Chef Ryan McCaskey of Acadia, 1639 S. Wabash Ave., has launched Ramen Sundays. For $14, diners can enjoy a bowl of his Tonkotsu Ramen featuring pork belly, 24-hour pork shoulder, pickled quail egg, house sambal, enoki mushroom and spicy lobster oil.

...Tre Soldi, 212 E. Ohio St., will sell its pizzas ( normally $15-$17 ) for $10 during Chicago Bears games. Varieties include...

...Kanela Breakfast Club has opened a new restaurant in Wicker Park, at 1408 N. Milwaukee Ave. This is the third Kanela to open in Chicago with previous locations in Lake View...

...sights on Chicago's Buena Park neighborhood, opening Buena Beach Bar & Grill at Imperial Towers, 4250 N. Marine Dr., across from Montrose Beach at Lake Michigan. The restaurant, housed on the main floor of...

...The culinary team at Piccolo Sogno Due, 340 N. Clark St., has announced its fall menu. Some of the items include antipasti such as calamari and...

—Geja's Cafe, 340 W. Armitage Ave., will host its 41st Annual Professional/Amateur Wine Tasting Contest on Sunday, Nov. 2, at 1 p.m. To enter, contestants pay an entrance fee of $20 and must be at least 21 years of age. To RSVP, call 773-281-9101.

...El Mariachi Tequila Bar, 3906 N. Broadway, is hosting Chicago Costume's 7th annual Halloween fashion show on Wed., Oct. 22, 7...

...Sable Kitchen & Bar, 505 N. State St., will host award-winning whisky legend Dave Broom for a "Whisky Tasting, Brunch & Book Signing...

...Lush Wine & Spirits ( 2232 W. Roscoe Ave. and 1412 W. Chicago Ave. ) is encouraging Chicagoans to drink pink in October with "From...

...Lush Wine & Spirits ( 2232 W. Roscoe Ave. and 1412 W. Chicago Ave. ) is encouraging Chicagoans to drink pink in October with "From Our Rack to Yours," in...

...s "Bay Blue," Alemar Cheese's "Good Thunder" and LaClare Farms' "Chandoka." Also, Bar Pastoral, 2947 N. Broadway, will host a special brunch/book-signing with Legendary "Breakfast Queen" Ina Pinkney in celebration...

—This holiday season, The Boundary, 1932 W. Division St., will serve Turkey Day-themed cuisine Nov. 24-30. Special menu items include turkey-and-mozzarella croquettes and hot turkey sandwich. Visit www.BoundaryChicago.com .

...BBQ restaurant Smoke Daddy, 1804 W. Division St., is offering "Smoked-Turkeys-to-Go" for Thanksgiving. A whole slow-cooked turkey is priced...

—Howells & Hood, 435 N. Michigan Ave., will offer Thanksgiving-related fare Nov. 24-30. Among the items are turkey wings, hot brown smoked pastrami turkey, H&H turkey loaf and pumpkin-pie flan. See www.HowellsAndHood.com .

...Sixteen ( at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago, 401 N. Wabash Ave. ) has unveiled its newest menu, "The Faces of Sixteen." The 12-course tasting menu—which...

...On Friday, Oct. 31, ROOF on theWit, 201 N. State St., will be crawling with witches and dripping with blood-red cocktails in honor of Halloween...

...Bistronomic, 840 N. Wabash Ave., will feature a Beaujolais Nouveau menu on Thursday, Nov. 20, 5-9:30 p.m...

...Wollensky Restaurant Group announced the grand reopening of the all-new Wollensky's Grill at 318 N. State St. Corporate Executive Chef Matt King's menu is engineered toward sharing and sampling, with dishes...

31 hours ago

Trib Empire Grows at S-T's Expense

In a stark take on the remaining public housing near Halsted and Division, the New York Times says, "the Plan for Transformation, a national model in its scope and original ambition, is off schedule and in need of more money."

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The Reader moves out of its longtime offices at 11 E. Illinois today, heading for the Sun-Times Building a few blocks away. The paper's staff has been blogging about the process all week.

...have cool stuff to peruse. Send five copies of your zine to the theater at 5153 N. Ashland, 60640, and bring free joy (and, of course, your unique perspective on the world) to...

Biannual publication AREA Chicago is holding a fundraiser at Danny's Tavern, 1951 W. Dickens, tonight from 10pm to 2am. It's free to get in, but 25 percent of the bar proceeds will go to AREA -- so drink up!

...Hawe; original music from Cepia, Sienna, and Detalles; and more. Released as part of the 2005 May 1st Reboot and CSS Reboot, the launch party for the new volume takes place Tuesday...

PISTIL Magazine will celebrate the release of its fifth issue, "Idol," at the Hothouse, 31 E. Balbo, with a gallery exhibit and silent auction benefiting the American Red Cross. Featured artists include...

...work must not be previously published. Entries go to Chicago Literary Awards, Another Chicago Magazine, 3709 N. Kenmore, Chicago, 60613...

THE2NDHAND celebrates the release of its 15th issue, "LE2EMEMAIN," tonight at Skylark, 2149 S. Halsted, tonight (Sunday). Editors Todd Dills and Jeb Gleason-Allured are joined by Joe Meno and...

City Newsstand, 4018 N. Cicero in Chicago, and Chicago-Main Newsstand, 380 N. Chicago in Evanston, are great resources for hard-to-find magazines and newspapers, but little did you know they also have a pretty good website. Check out their Top Tabloid Headlines of 2003 -- FEBRUARY TO BE CANCELED!

...6, 7:30 pm, 1350 N. Wells) and Quimby's (November 8, 8:00 pm, 1854 North Ave.), plus an open house at Women and Children First (November 8, 1-2 pm, 5233...

...Ave.), plus an open house at Women and Children First (November 8, 1-2 pm, 5233 N. Clark). Sponsored by Chicago NOW...

33 hours ago

Old Town, New Fitness

108 W. Germania Place

1350 N. Wells St.

230 W. Division

1225 N. Wells St.

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1635 N. Wells St.

34 hours ago

Best of the City

In a stark take on the remaining public housing near Halsted and Division, the New York Times says, "the Plan for Transformation, a national model in its scope and original ambition, is off schedule and in need of more money."

This article has 10 other Chicago locations (Show)

The Reader moves out of its longtime offices at 11 E. Illinois today, heading for the Sun-Times Building a few blocks away. The paper's staff has been blogging about the process all week.

...have cool stuff to peruse. Send five copies of your zine to the theater at 5153 N. Ashland, 60640, and bring free joy (and, of course, your unique perspective on the world) to...

Biannual publication AREA Chicago is holding a fundraiser at Danny's Tavern, 1951 W. Dickens, tonight from 10pm to 2am. It's free to get in, but 25 percent of the bar proceeds will go to AREA -- so drink up!

...Hawe; original music from Cepia, Sienna, and Detalles; and more. Released as part of the 2005 May 1st Reboot and CSS Reboot, the launch party for the new volume takes place Tuesday...

PISTIL Magazine will celebrate the release of its fifth issue, "Idol," at the Hothouse, 31 E. Balbo, with a gallery exhibit and silent auction benefiting the American Red Cross. Featured artists include...

...work must not be previously published. Entries go to Chicago Literary Awards, Another Chicago Magazine, 3709 N. Kenmore, Chicago, 60613...

THE2NDHAND celebrates the release of its 15th issue, "LE2EMEMAIN," tonight at Skylark, 2149 S. Halsted, tonight (Sunday). Editors Todd Dills and Jeb Gleason-Allured are joined by Joe Meno and...

City Newsstand, 4018 N. Cicero in Chicago, and Chicago-Main Newsstand, 380 N. Chicago in Evanston, are great resources for hard-to-find magazines and newspapers, but little did you know they also have a pretty good website. Check out their Top Tabloid Headlines of 2003 -- FEBRUARY TO BE CANCELED!

...6, 7:30 pm, 1350 N. Wells) and Quimby's (November 8, 8:00 pm, 1854 North Ave.), plus an open house at Women and Children First (November 8, 1-2 pm, 5233...

...Ave.), plus an open house at Women and Children First (November 8, 1-2 pm, 5233 N. Clark). Sponsored by Chicago NOW...

37 hours ago

Cops: Boy, 17, fatally shot by officer after refusing to drop knife

The man was shot about 4 p.m. in the 1600 block of North Vine Street, police said. He was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he was listed in good condition. Police did not immediately provide details surrounding the shooting.

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Police received a call of someone trying to break into cars near West 40th Street and South Karlov Avenue in Archer Heights around 9:45 p.m. Monday, according to Pat Camden, a spokesman for the Fraternal Order of Police.

The man was shot in the 100 block of East Ohio Street in River North, police said. He drove himself to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he was treated.

About 7:25 p.m., a 20-year-old man was shot in the 6700 block of South Hermitage Avenue in West Englewood.

Police redirect traffic near the 4100 block of South Pulaski Road where a 17-year-old boy was fatally shot by police.

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