Gregg Greaves was accused of trying to kill a man with a broken beer bottle at Red Ivy.
Police and businesses say there were no major incidents during the massive pub crawl.
One local bookstore owner called the massive holiday bar crawl "scary."
Chris Festa sent a letter to business owners in hopes of "better crowd control" this year.
Bar crawl organizers applied for a special event permit after last year's rowdiness and violence.
Saturday's Cover Your Bases will be a fraction of the size of the rowdy holiday crawl, officials said.
People caught with alcohol on the streets will be ticketed, the area police commander said.
City departments are aware of the pub crawl, which is expected to bring 2,000 to 4,000 revelers.
TBOX organizers will sponsor a fundraiser for Lakeview Pantry that launches next week.
Happy-hour laws and crowd restrictions could be alternatives to pub crawl legislation, alderman says.
Lawyer for Greg Greaves — indicted this week — says he has evidence the Purdue graduate was drugged.
After the debacle of TBOX, Cmdr. Elias Voulgaris wants to separate bargoers from the neighborhood.
Tunney says he's looking out for neighborhoods, not trying to be a party pooper.
People who get rowdy during pub crawls like TBOX can't be tamed, bar owners say.
TBOX organizer told Chicago Comics it would try to fix the situation.
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