With limited medical marijuana dispensaries coming to Chicago, the application process is complicated.
Rain wiped out the Taste's busiest day, but the official in charge of it still called it a success.
Developers hope to convert the ivy-covered house at 1418 W. Addison St. into a 10-unit rental building.
The two dispensaries — if approved by state and city officials — would be one storefront apart.
With big ambitions, a food delivery company has opened a Pershing Road warehouse.
With the city's pledge that a vacant expanse of land will be provided, "Focal Point" looks to funding.
Chicagoan Jerry Toth's To'ak Bars are made from beans harvested from heirloom trees in Ecuador.
The nonprofit I Grow Chicago will be giving away children's coats at its outdoor party.
Cobbler's is closing after nearly a century of business in the Rogers Park neighborhood.
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The father-and-son duo behind Fresh MarketPlace have announced the new grocery store will open Nov. 1.
Coalfire will sell Neapolitan-style pizza cooked in a coal oven at 3705-3707 N. Southport Ave.
Burns and state Rep. Christian Mitchell are offering free document shredding for a day.
A Chicago-based company sells original art — and now prints — with Sandy Koufax and other Jewish stars.
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