At a meeting in L.A., the screenwriter Jay Lavender wanted to pitch Vince Vaughn on a new project, but the actor had another idea. The result: The Break-Up, Lavender’s first movie, made in Chicago.
They’re successful, beautiful, and available. It’s our annual showcase of 20 of the city’s most desirable singles. Find out which ones have gone skinny-dipping and which one’s haven’t.
Looking for a great place to linger over a cocktail? That special outdoor patio? An authentic Irish pub or dance palace of the moment? Whatever your need, we’ve got the perfect bar or club to satisfy it
We think they’re stars in their own right: meet Chicago’s cast of singles 2007, envisioned as characters from iconic films. But there’s more to these scene-stealers than pretty faces. From a top chef to an academic star to a police officer, find out who rocks out on air guitar to Rage Against the Machine, whose childhood nickname was GQ, and who has an artichoke in her pocket (nope, it’s not a pickup line).
They’re not exactly ideal tenants. But Robert Bronstein is betting that college students offer a promising real-estate opportunity.
From March 2007: He has weathered the pressure of being Michael Jordan’s son and managed to build a strong high-school record. Now Jeffrey Jordan has his sights set on college hoops.