They can hope and pray, but the budget and tax hikes passed by Senate Democrats are likely to remain bills. But will they remain effective political fodder?
Several key starters are scuffling at the plate, but that’s likely to improve. The falloff from last year’s historically great run prevention, though, is cause for concern.
Design dilemma: Two local designers tackle this challenge with creative uses of shape and color.
Tamara Holder, a lawyer whose accusations led to the firing of a Fox News exec, wants to restart her civil rights practice here.
Gold Coast designer Donna Mondi enlivens an Elmhurst living room.
Plus, discounts at AllSaints and Saint John, the return of Randolph Street Market, and the place to stock up on summer tees.
Plus: Dyson wants to clean your air, and plenty of design-centric events this week
Composer Augusta Read Thomas premieres Chi, a meditative piece, at Rockefeller Chapel this Saturday.
Chicago Cocktail Social, Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto, David Lynch: A Complete Retrospective, Firelei Báez: Vessels of Genealogies, and more
Smaller apartment buildings, once built in large numbers, are slowly vanishing. That’s bad news for Chicago renters.