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South Loop

South Loop
Once the 19th Century hub of Chicago's printing and publishing industry, the South Loop has been transformed in the last 20 years into one of Chicago's most progressive neighborhoods. Read more about Chicago's South Loop

Developers and new residents are descending on a strip once noted for auto dealers and manufacturers. Read more about Motor Row
Once the 19th Century hub of Chicago's printing and publishing industry, the South Loop has been transformed in the last 20 years into one of Chicago's most progressive neighborhoods. Read more about Chicago's South Loop

Developers and new residents are descending on a strip once noted for auto dealers and manufacturers. Read more about Motor Row
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Top South Loop Articles

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  • Suburban cop peacefully ends standoff in South Loop

    An off-duty suburban police officer peacefully ended his standoff with Chicago officers this afternoon after refusing to get out of his vehicle in the city's South Loop, authorities said. The officer from southwest suburban Plainfield was distraught...
  • Meeting on new city schools' plans turns boisterous

    Hoping to learn more about new charter school proposals in Chicago, several hundred parents, teachers and activists crowded into a South Side community center this morning for a contentious, sometimes theatrical, meeting about education in the city. The...
  • Powell's Bookstores North

    Powell's Bookstores North
    The shop: Last year, when Powell's Chicago closed its South Loop store after two decades, it was an ominous sign. If a quality used-book institution such as Powell's, which opened in Hyde Park in the '70s, was suffering, what did that signal for other...
  • Selected Works Used Books & Sheet Music

    Selected Works Used Books & Sheet Music
    The store: The best bookstores are an experience. Selected Works, in the South Loop is an experience inside and out. Getting to the store in the Fine Arts Building - a 110-year-old enclave for artists - is an arts tour in itself. The entranceway to the...
  • Il Poggiolo gets Jerry Kleiner's signature look in Hinsdale

    Despite a demographic that would make most restaurateurs salivate, Hinsdale has not always been kind to its dining options. Since finally permitting liquor licenses in 2001 (Hinsdale was DuPage County's last bastion of temperance), the town has bid...
  • October 13 - Stephanie D. Neely

    October 13 - Stephanie D. Neely
    City Treasurer announces "College Credit" Event: Wednesday, October 14th University Center 525 South State- 2nd Floor, Lake Room 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m To rsvp: savechicago@cityofchicago.org Learn more at www.chicagocitytreasurer.com City Treasurer,...
  • Death of the dream wedding

    Death of the dream wedding
    Wedding dress. Budget. Venues. Budget. Invitations. Budget. Flowers. Budget. That's what's floating around in Amy Morse's mind these days, nine months into her engagement. Though she's trying to be practical, Morse, 24, says there's still a little part...
  • April 7 - Tapas Valencia

    Executive Chef Filemon Ochoa TAPAS VALENCIA 1530 S State Street Chicago (312) 842-4444 www.tapasvalencia.com Champinones Rellenos: Mushroom caps stuffed with chopped mushrooms, spinach, bread crumbs, garlic, parmesan cheese On a bed of tomato basil...
  • Police ID Driver in SoCal Bentley Chase

    LOS ANGELES -- An armed man who killed himself after leading police on a three hour low-speed chase in a Bentley was identified as a former Chicago-area resident who once rented out luxury cars for as much as $3,500 a day, authorities said....
  • Phil Vettel's restaurant reviews

    Bistro Monet 462 Park Blvd., Glen Ellyn; 630-469-4002. Reviewed on August 16 For those who love French tradition at reasonable prices, in a room so quiet that one can rediscover the lost art of dinner conversation, Bistro Monet is your new favorite...
  • Depths below home can keep it toasty, cool

    Anyone who has retreated to a cold basement on a hot day knows the concept is as old, quite literally, as the hills. Beneath the Earth's surface, the temperature is constant. By tapping that, homeowners with geothermal systems can cool their homes, or...
  • Move over

    Deb O'Dell is a working mother of two who has been renting since her divorce several years ago. "I initially did feel that I had missed the housing boom," she says admits of her first years in the two-bedroom 1,200-square foot Oswego home she shares with...