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  • Ex-top aide to Daley pleads guilty to misusing charity funds

    Ex-top aide to Daley pleads guilty to misusing charity funds
    A onetime top aide to former Mayor Richard Daley pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal charges he stole thousands of dollars from two Chinatown charities and failed to report the money on his taxes.
  • Former top Daley aide to plead guilty in embezzlement case

    Former top Daley aide to plead guilty in embezzlement case
    A fixture in Chicago’s Chinatown community who was also a onetime top aide to former Mayor Richard Daley is scheduled to plead guilty Tuesday to federal charges he spent more than $5,000 in charity funds on himself and failed to report the money...

    Sidewalks sizzle with great deals

    Sidewalks sizzle with great deals
    Chicago is filled with reasons to celebrate in the summertime. The major one, of course? It's not winter. We all have our own list of the joys of summer. At the very top of mine is power shopping — outdoors! Throughout the city and suburbs,...

    Ten @ 10: Tis the season for street fests

    Ten @ 10: Tis the season for street fests
    Despite our wonky weather, we've officially landed in the season of street fests, when local neighborhoods take turns entertaining us with entertainment and eats. Following, our favorite and most anticipated street fests of 2011, based on what we'll be...

    Chinatown: A 'hidden jewel' worth seeking

    Chinatown: A 'hidden jewel' worth seeking
    For Chinese and Chinese-Americans, the word "jia" is not lost in translation. Loosely interpreted, it means family or home, even homeland. For the Chinese who worked the railroad yards in Chicago in the 1870s and those arriving in the periodic waves of...