Articles By Alex V. Hernandez
The raffle at Firewater Saloon is now up to $845,000. The one at City's Edge is more than $600,000.
The cookie dough is offered in the same flavors as the shop's cookies. Chocolate chip and birthday cake Oreo are the top sellers.
When the cafe at 4613 N. Lincoln Ave. reopens in November, it will no longer be The Grind.
The bakery and restaurant closed its Montrose Avenue location on Aug. 30. But thanks to a GoFundMe that raised more than $45,000 and help from a private investor, Fannie's plans to reopen soon.
Old Buba Bar On Western In Lincoln Square Would Be Torn Down For 4-Story Development Under Plan Approved By Alderman
Ald. Andre Vasquez is supporting the project at 5100 N. Western Ave. after developers added more parking spots to address neighbor concerns.
In two weeks, Ald. Jim Gardiner (45th) will let his ward know if he supports the latest version of the Point At Six Corners development.
Torrance Ly, who opened the business in 2014, doubled its size by moving into an adjacent storefront on Lawrence Avenue.
Police detained the man but he was not arrested or charged in the incident, a university spokesman said.
A proposal was recently submitted by 7-Eleven to add four double-sided gas pumps in its parking lot at 4346 N. Kimball Ave.