Tori Marlan explores the people and profiteering in the city’s brick salvage industry.
Also, West Town’s Green Zebra restaurant is closing after 13 years of business.
Also, Rahm’s taking questions from the public for a radio town hall next week.
Also, Loop robberies escalate with a stabbing in front of a hotel.
Also, Drew Peterson is back: Illinois Supreme Court agrees to hear the disgraced former cop’s murder conviction appeal.
Also, a Rockford IceHogs player is charged with a felony for revenge porn.
Only a wealthy businessman stands in the way of the mayor’s $92 million South Loop arena and hotel plan.
Pure Fiction: “Sky Boys”
When you’re spending $67 million on an engineering marvel like the Grand/Red Line stop, why not brag a little?
Safety awareness training
Rehabbing, even gut rehabbing, is greener than new construction.
Erik Olsen’s blog has the goods on eight Chicago green buildings and counting.