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A summer-long stint in first place hasn't been enough to sell out the Cell. What would it take? Six experts opine. Read more
Three designers from the city's theatre scene host a new show that aims to funkify Chicago homes. Read more
Midlifers find an appealing new heroine in Dorothy Jean Wetstra, the octogenarian star of a popular book series by a Glen Ellyn resident, Charlene Ann Baumbich. Read more
Why is the eminent University of Chicago anthropologist Marshall Sahlins publishing pamphlets Read more
Sapphires give a girl's best friend a mood of limitless mystery—think of the ocean, the sky, seductive azure eyes. Read more
Despite concerns about a deflating real-estate bubble, local home prices continue their steady rise. Will Midwestern moderation help preserve the gains made in Chicago's housing market? Read more
Over the past 15 years, Kenneth Griffin has quietly—even secretively—built one of the world's largest and most successful hedge funds. Now he and his wife, owners of a $60-million Cézanne, are rising stars on the city's culture and charity scenes. Read more
Joey “The Clown” Lombardo is one of a vanishing breed—a last link to the Chicago Outfit's blood-spattered heyday. Read more