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Co-owner Jodi Fyfe and chef/owner Devon Quinn will close the restaurant this weekend after more three years in business.
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"The census isn't just about tallying our city's population; it's about making sure we have the resources we need to make sure investments happen all over this city."
West Loop Bar And Restaurant Shut Down By City For ‘Blatantly Disregarding’ Coronavirus Reopening Rules
The Wise Owl Drinkery and Cookhouse, 324 S. Racine Ave., was operating over capacity and violating a slew of other COVID-19 precautions, city officials said.
Groups will be handing out fruits and vegetables starting at 11 a.m. at Second Federal, 2524 S. Pulaski Road.
The series, which shows free movies in parks across the city, will run from Monday through September 11 with 45 free outdoor screenings playing every weekday — with a maximum of 100 people allowed at each park.
The street closures aim to give struggling restaurants room to safely serve more diners.
Following a ceremony at the White House, Goya Foods faced swift backlash from people who urged others never to purchase the company's products again.
A decision on whether the staff member can return to school will be made following an investigation, Principal Juan Carlos Ocón said.
The city said the new rule is effective immediately and is meant to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The Pilsen-based artist created his take on the Bulls logo for what was to be a hat giveaway by the Bulls this season.