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'Arts in the Dark' Halloween Parade to Spook Along Columbus Drive This October - Broadway World
LUMA8, in collaboration with the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and the Chicago Park District, has announced Arts in the Dark, a festive and enchanting nighttime Halloween Parade along Columbus Drive, on Saturday, Oct. 21 from 6-8 p.

'We're in a moment of crisis in this country' - Crain's Chicago Business
Chicago lawyer Juan Thomas was sworn in yesterday as president of the National Bar Association , a professional organization for African-American attorneys that historically has fought for civil rights. Thomas, 46, is a senior attorney in the Chicago.

Pets & Animals
An Italian librarian who says her English setter is her family has won the right from her employer to use family sick leave to care for her ailing pet instead of having to use vacation days. Italian animal advocacy group LAV says it helped persuade public.

Chicago Athletic Association developers refinance with $80 million loan - Crain's Chicago Business
The owner of the Chicago Athletic Association hotel across from Millennium Park has refinanced the property with a new $80 million loan, allowing it to pocket some cash in the process. A joint venture including Chicago -based AJ Capital used the.

City home sales dip after year-ago surge - Crain's Chicago Business
In the city, 2,973 homes sold in May, down 0.2 percent from the same month a year earlier, according to data released this morning by the Illinois Association of Realtors. The decline was smaller than April's, when sales were off 4.4 percent from a.

Meet the broker making it easier for millennials to get loans - Crain's Chicago Business
They're all part of "being much kinder to these young adults, helping them handle the impact of the huge increase in student debt," said Mabel Guzman, an @properties agent and board member of the National Association of Realtors. ... "I tell my.

Uber's culture leads two Chicago tech firms to boycott it - Crain's Chicago Business
Uber CEO to Take Leave, Have Diminished Role After Scandals Bloomberg.

What's the Deal with the New Soda Tax? -
Will Cook County soda tax make you pay for the ice in your drink? Chicago Daily Herald.

Shopping center firm slates agents' program
A member of the Travel Industry Association of America and National Tour Association ... Nov. 16 to 19. Woodfield, Chicago. Travel agents take a safari tour of the Rainforest Cafe. Stores include Sephora and Bebe. For more information or to enroll.

Why so many Chicago funeral homes are closing - Crain's Chicago Business
The rate reached 50.2 percent in 2016, according to the National Funeral Directors Association in Brookfield, Wis., which projects that cremations will keep rising to nearly 80 percent by 2035. Most countries already cremate at a higher rate than the U.

American Writers Museum named Illinois' best attraction! - USA Today 10Best (blog)
Her articles have appeared in USA TODAY GoEscape Magazine, U.S. News & World Report, AAA Publications, Travel Illinois Magazine, Midwest Living Magazine, South China Morning Post, and numerous other print and online outlets.

Midwest travel: Picnic in the Sky for the Chicago Air & Water Show - Chicago Daily Herald
Skydeck Chicago at Willis Tower invites you to experience the Chicago Air and Water Show from atop Skydeck Chicago during the third annual Picnic in the Sky. There will be no neck craning because you'll enjoy views of up to 50 miles and four states.

Chicago Puts Millions of Deposits Into Its Last Black-Owned Bank - Bloomberg
The third-largest U.S. metropolis is entrusting $20 million to Illinois Service Federal Savings & Loan Association , the city's treasurer, Kurt Summers, announced Monday. The decision follows a grass-roots campaign, often dubbed #BankBlack, that has.

Top Places to Visit in Chicago by John Corbett - BLOUIN ARTINFO
released 40 CDs to date. Blouin ARTINFO spoke to Corbett about his top travel and culture tips . ... While you're down around the University of Chicago , visit the Renaissance Society – Chicago's non-collecting museum, a bellwether for international.

Chicago philanthropy's recruiter in chief - Crain's Chicago Business
She had spent 15 years at the agency, which serves about 5,000 people a year, and was pondering her next career move. At the dinner, Roldan met Alison Ranney, managing director and Chicago office head of nonprofit-executive search firm Koya Partners.

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