"Grande Disco" by Arnaldo Pomodoro sat in storage for more than a year, but is now being restored.
U. of C. police will be out watching for drivers who don't yield to pedestrians.
Michael Morell will talk about his book on terrorism at the University of Chicago.
The sale offers half off art books and monographs at the University of Chicago gallery.
There is no official architect for the presidential library and architect's visit driving speculation.
With work starting on the 13-story tower, residents have renewed worries about parking.
In south lakefront neighborhoods, speed cameras have doled out more than $5 million in tickets.
The renowned Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians is hosting several weekend events.
The Neubauer Collegium at the U. of C. is exhibiting art that is now "worthless" because of damage.
Police said the man was in fair condition and no one associated with the university was involved.
The university is selling 19 buildings in May to reinvest in teaching and research.
Kate Grossman will host eight seminars on the recent history of the school reform movement.
Reggie Love will talk about how he's risen to be the right-hand man of a president.
Spring Fest kicks off Thursday with music and dances from the Balkans and Eastern Europe.
At the April 1 "Brain Teasers" talk, researchers will reveal what mysteries of the brain they've solved.
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