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  • Hot Doug's--the book coming in 2013

    Hot Doug's--the book coming in 2013
    The man who graced Chicago with Hot Doug's super sausages is now asking customers for a little something in return: their memories. Doug Sohn, owner of the self-proclaimed  meat emporium in Irving Park, wants to permanently encase the meat memories of...
  • Meet the Chicago star of the 'In Living Color' reboot

    Meet the Chicago star of the 'In Living Color' reboot
    Lil Rel may be back in town after taping the pilot for a new “In Living Color” TV series and his big club gigs around the country, but when asked where his fellow Chicagoans can see his next live local performance, he pauses. “I’...
  • Chicago's Best Hot Dogs 2 @ Gina's

    Chicago's Best Hot Dogs 2 @ Gina's
    Gina's 1222 W. Irving Park - Bensonville PICKS: Classic Hot Dog with Fries on top!
  • Emanuel speed camera ordinance passes City Council committee

    Emanuel speed camera ordinance passes City Council committee
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel's plan for speed cameras near Chicago schools and parks passed in a City Council committee late Wednesday. Emanuel offered a revised ordinance ahead of Wednesday's hearing, and the final vote was 7-3. Emanuel's new plan reduced fines...
  • Woman robs bank in Old Irving Park neighborhood

    Woman robs bank in Old Irving Park neighborhood
    Authorities are looking for a woman who threatened to kill a teller during a robbery at an Old Irving Park neighborhood bank on the Northwest Side. The woman was wearing a brown shoulder-length wig with highlights, a khaki hat, and sunglasses when she...
  • Chicago-style stardom gets skewered in 'Johnny Theatre'

    Chicago-style stardom gets skewered in 'Johnny Theatre'
    "Johnny Theatre" In the first half of this satire from writers Kirk Pynchon and Mike Beyer, you'll find one of the funniest skewerings of Hollywood vs. Chicago — specifically, Hollywood vs. our town's noble-but-unglamorous storefront theater...
  • Halloween can be scary for families of food-allergic kids

    Halloween can be scary for families of food-allergic kids
    Jenny Kales spent the last few hours of a recent Halloween night scraping from her front stoop the peanut butter candies that trick-or-treaters had dropped in their dashes from door to door. She's not an obsessive cleaner, mind you, just a mother of a...
  • City Council hears about homeless cuts; librarians protest at mayor's office

    City Council hears about homeless cuts; librarians protest at mayor's office
    Homeless people seeking overnight help in finding shelter are on their own when it comes to transportation, after Chicago cut the 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. outreach crews that once hit the streets during those hours, a top city official said today. Family and...
  • Phony cops turning up at homes on Northwest Side

    Phony cops turning up at homes on Northwest Side
    Men posing as undercover police officers have recently talked their way into two Northwest Side homes and were unsuccessful in a third try, prompting investigators to warn residents of three neighborhoods. The unknown number of men have shown up at least...
  • Boy, 14, fatally shot, man slain and 12 others wounded across city

    Boy, 14,  fatally shot, man slain and 12 others wounded across city
    A 14-year-old boy was shot and killed Friday night while he and a friend were riding their bikes in the Brighton Park neighborhood, according to the victim's older sister. Alejandro Jaime was riding his bike with an 11-year-year-old friend when a car...
  • NATO Saturday: Trains, protesters, charges

    NATO Saturday: Trains, protesters, charges
    NATO Saturday began with police clearing commuter trains on the South Side and protesters walking through Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s North Side neighborhood. By early afternoon, a judge had set bond at $1.5 million bond for three protesters charged with a...
  • FBI agents search for man who robbed Schiller Park bank

    FBI agents search for man who robbed Schiller Park bank
    The FBI is searching for a man who robbed a TCF Bank branch this morning in suburban Schiller Park and who is believed to be behind two other bank robberies.  About 10:22 a.m., a man approached a teller at a TCF Bank located at 6430 W. Irving Park Rd....