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Behold another exemplary production from A Red Orchid.
Originally broadcast on French TV in 1986, it’s having a rare Chicago screening at the Siskel Center.
Elastigirl does all the stretching in Brad Bird’s sequel to his Pixar megahit.
Economist Robert Gordon says the glory days of growth are behind us.
American Airlines tests speedier security, and a Chicago ex-cop admits a fraudulent tax scheme.
Artists save Ferris’s room and take it to Ferris Fest.
The Mount Prospect-based startup makes sleek key organizers designed to cut down on pocket bulk.
“Thousands of Chicagoans will be looking for a ride to work, so We Need YOU to help us move Chicago,” the company wrote in an email.
David Royko drove a cab and an Uber—and disliked both.
TransTech Social Enterprises CEO Angelica Ross says: “We’re here to empower.”
This week’s Chicagoan: Jon Sobieski, car-wash owner: “We don’t hope for rainy days to get the cars dirty.”
I’m a happier person after going back to iTunes version 10.7.
A Wired article gives some insight into how technology’s role in the Israel-Hamas conflict