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U. of. C Students Look to uPass to Alleviate Commuting Struggles

U. of. C Students Look to uPass to Alleviate Commuting Struggles

Administrators at the University of Chicago are discussing bringing the CTA’s uPass to the school. Students have long complained about the lack of a uPass and their inability to readily access the CTA and downtown Chicago. Hamid Bendaas, a member of the Student Government Association at University of Chicago, said possible implementation of the uPass […]

Chicago Landmark Commission set to Vote on Wrigley Field Rennovations

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Chicago Landmark Commission set to Vote on Wrigley Field Rennovations

The Chicago Landmark Commission on Thursday will consider a long awaited proposal to renovate historic Wrigley Field, the second oldest ballpark in the country. The commission will review plans for adding several signs in the outfield along with an expansion of the bleachers and new outfield lighting to the park, which celebrated its 100th birthday […]

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George Lucas Museum Coming to Chicago

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Chicago will be home to the future George Lucas museum, beating out Los Angeles and San Francisco for the honor, the museum will feature pieces from Lucas’ collection of movie artwork and memorabilia.

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A Taste of the Taste

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A Taste of the Taste

Today several vendors set up shop under crystal clear blue skies in Daley Plaza, serving hungry crowds during a lunch hour preview event for this year’s Taste of Chicago. This afternoon’s event featured restaurants that will be apart of the main festival in July. From Italian Sausage served by Mariano’s to Frog Legs from Lawrence’s Fisheries […]

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Mayor’s Proposal for Higher Graffiti Fines

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Mayor’s Proposal for Higher Graffiti Fines

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is asking for increased penalties for those caught defacing property with graffiti. Emanuel will ask the City Council on Wednesday to increase the fines for graffiti. The plan will raise the fine for first time offenses to $1,500, double the current $750 and increase the fines for second time offenders to […]

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