A nurse helps a man during the Spanish Flu pandemic in 1918-1919 at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C.Wikimedia Commons

How Can Chicago Reopen After Coronavirus? Here’s How We Did It After 1918’s Spanish Flu

Here's how Chicago practiced social distancing and then reopened the city during the 1918 influenza pandemic.

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Fed Up With Late Night Bar Tais Til 4, Lakeview Neighbors Push For Booze Ban On Block In Election

Some neighbors blame Tai's Til 4 for a fatal shooting outside the bar in February and pushed for the dry-precinct ballot measure to shut the bar down.

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New Restaurant Opening Across From California Blue Line In Logan Square

The new eatery, which will have a market component, is taking over the former Township spot at 2200 N. California Ave.

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Religious Services Should Be Moved Online As Coronavirus Surges In Illinois, Pritzker Says

Religious services should be held virtually to protect people as coronavirus resurges throughout Illinois, Gov. JB Pritzker said.