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South Loop community wants new Red Line station but pushes back on location

South Loop community wants new Red line station but pushes back on location

By Knox Keranen

February 8, 2019

Residents in the South Loop have long sought a new Chicago Transit Authority station but not where Related Midwest—developer of a massive 62-acre housing, retail and business venture dubbed The 78—initially wante...

The Chronicle's Holiday Guide

The Chronicle’s Holiday Guide

December 3, 2018

Holiday revelers are singing Christmas carols and silver and gold horns are strung along Macy’s on State Street. Ice skaters at the McCormick Tribune Plaza glide alongside the 60-foot glistening tree...

A variety of costumes used throughout the genrations of Saturday Night Live sketches are part of the exhibit at the Museum of Broadcast Communications, 360 N. State St., entitled

‘Live from Chicago, it’s Saturday night!’

November 20, 2017

A small group of eager museum visitors stand in a dimly lit lobby with their faces upturned, the room full of anticipation as they stare at a screen on which actors such as Tracy Morgan, Dana Carvey a...

Cancer in movies lack positive vibes

By Brandon Smith

October 29, 2012

Movies starring characters diagnosed with cancer rarely portray the reality of the disease, a new study shows.The study, called “Cancer in the Movies,” was unveiled Sept. 20 at the annual European Society for Medical Oncology conference in Austria. Authors analyzed 82 films featuring characters with cancer and found that they very rarely reflected the actual survival ratesof patients.“Things for cancer patients are ...

Fashion’s Night Out returns to Chicago

By Brian Dukerschein

September 6, 2011

Vogue magazine launched Fashion’s Night Out in 2009 to aid the retail and fashion industries struggling in the grip of the recession. In New York City and 12 other international fashion capitals, stores and designers threw parties, fashion shows and special events that drew shoppers by the thousands.The following year, Vogue invited stores from 100 cities around the world to participate, including Chicago’s The Shops ...

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