Johnny Veliotis, right, opened his bar and restaurant on 35th Street in 1970. His son Pete, left, helped run the business since Johnny's death in 2017.Mark Konkol/DNAinfo

Johnny O’s Hot Dog Stand Reopens In Bridgeport — At Least For Now

Owner Peter Veliotis opens up on what caused him to abruptly shut down the Bridgeport institution last month ... and how long the business might survive.

Bridgeport, Chinatown, McKinley Park Primary category in which blog post is published
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These South Side Peace Marches Aim To Empower Black Mothers, Feed Those In Need

One organizer is calling for people to meet 3-5 p.m. Friday at 51st Street and Cottage Grove Avenue.

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Officers Who Violently Pulled Woman Out Of Car At Brickyard Mall Should Be Stripped Of Police Powers During Investigation, COPA Says

But a Chicago police spokeswoman on Friday said "nothing has changed at this time with the status of the officers" and the investigation is ongoing.