Does Chicago residency stop at the city limits? Tell us where you draw the line.
Don Thompson’s new firm has already launched its first concept, a beverage bar in New York.
Some of this week’s most interesting reading has been a trove of email from Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s personal account, made public this week thanks to an agreement with the Better Goverment Association. (The Chicago Tribune, a corporate sibling of Chicago, had also sued for their release, and it is still pushing for more to be revealed.) The thousands … Read more
Clinton won more than 83 percent of the city’s vote, just shy of Obama’s 2008 and 2012 results. Of Chicago’s 2,069 precincts, Trump won 51.
Duckworth easily won the city, although the incumbent Kirk fared slightly better here than Trump.
Sorry, Alexander: history has its eyes on Wrigley Field.
Brace yourself, sports fans. National publications will this week surely be trotting out previews of the Cubs long-awaited playoff run, and I can't help but expect these write-ups to seem a little, well, familiar. Haven't won a World Series since 1908 … check. The Curse of the Billy Goat … check. Steve Bartman … check. We've … Read more
As America slouches toward both a Trump presidency and a Cubs World Series, the Bugle co-host brings his flair for politics and wordplay to Chicago.
The North Siders haven’t demolished the competition like this in more than 100 years.
A local newspaper this week published yet another anti-cyclist commentary, and it just seemed so…inefficient. The same predictable column has been written hundreds of times, each triggering the same predictable cycle of outrage. Shouldn’t algorithms—machine learning, if you will—be able to write these for us by now? Therefore I humbly offer the following template to … Read more