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Spring Trendevous at Carson Pirie Scott

March 13th, 2010– Carson Pirie Scott’s Orland Square store welcomed over 200 guests to revel in spring’s emerging trends, while enjoying breakfast treats and a tasty coffee bar. With a runway show hosted by Chicago magazine’s Stacy Wallace-Albert, guests indulged in private shopping, discounts, and pampering from beauty advisors.

The women behind "Undateable: 311 Things Guys Do That Guarantee They Won't Be Dating or Having Sex"

For their new book, out March 16th, the Chicago residents Anne Coyle and Ellen Rakieten polled more than 100 women about things men do that turn women off. Spanning minor offenses (pleated pants) to major transgressions (spray tans and Speedos), the book has inspired a five-part VH1 series of the same name, which premieres in April

Green developer Jim Jaeger attempts encore of Eco North in North Center

NORTH CENTER FROM $370,000 TO $399,000 Despite the slowdown in new construction, Jim Jaeger, a veteran developer in Chicago’s North Center neighborhood, intends to embark on his second environmentally friendly building this spring. Inspired by the success of Eco North, his 16-unit project at 1820-1842 West Irving Park Road, Jaeger now plans to build an identical … Read more

Report: Remodeling shows smaller payback than in the past

Remodeling projects don’t pay off as well at resale time as they used to, according to a recent report by the National Association of Realtors and Hanley Wood, a media company geared toward the construction industry. What’s more, most Chicago projects reap a smaller payback than the national average. “You have a lot of competition … Read more