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de Quay Restaurant was robbed last Tuesday 3/13 at approximately 4 AM in the morning.
The perp. got away with all the restaurants I pads and some cash.
There was some minor physical damage. We have the perp on video, but police cannot make any identification as person was wearing black hoodie and gloves.... left no fingerprints.
We believe person or persons are working the Lincoln Park Neighborhood.
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The Chicago History Museum (1601 N. Clark St., chicagohistory.org) hosts “Celebrating and Contextualizing Queer Fashion” on March 22. Kicking off at 5...This article has 4 other Chicago locations (Show)
Cowboys and Astronauts (1478 W. Summerdale Ave., cowboysandastronauts.com) has been quietly open in Andersonville since November. And for shoppers seeking a different kind of menswear store—perhaps one that has an astronaut statue?—it’s worth peeking in.
As it prepares to move into its new space on April 5, Space 519 (900 N. Michigan Ave., space519.com) is holding a moving sale at its 900 Shops location. Prices on select...
...to 70 percent off. As previously reported, the store will open in bigger digs at 200 East Chestnut this spring...
Monica Viander will appear at Nordstrom (55 E. Grand Ave., shop.nordstrom.com) on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The London...
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Has anyone else noticed this? There is a chronic issue with fast food litter and dog waste on the 600 block of West Drummond. Cups, bags, wrappers and of course dog waste are constantly piled up on this stretch of street across from the school yard. Who is doing this? U.S. Postal workers? Construction workers? Kids and parents at games? There are multi-million dollar homes on this block too. It's shameful to have this much filth constantly accumulating.
“Mabel, Mabel, Tiger Trainer” screens 1:30 p.m. March 25 at the Chicago History Museum, 1601 N. Clark St., followed by a Q&A with director Leslie Zemeckis. More information at www.chicagohistory.org.
Hello OTT neighbors. I am trying to find someone who works with precast concrete for outdoor applications. Our front stair treads are precast concrete (meaning they were created in the shop by pouring concrete into a form and then installed on-site once the concrete cured) and in need of repair or replacement. Any referrals to qualified and high-quality local vendors/contractors greatly appreciated.