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The brewery is setting up shop in the historic Federal Motor Car Co. showroom.
Armed guards, armored plating and facial recognition for patients would be installed at a strip mall.
The pop-up shop was supposed to close Jan. 4, but has been unexpectedly successful.
Nature's Little Recyclers composting biz diverts tons of Chicago food scraps from landfills.
Smokey's BBQ is being sold because its owners are dissolving their partnership, the broker said.
Paul Biasco discusses an app created by two brothers that hopes to end the waiting game at restaurants.
City officials have already approved a permit for a dispensary on the same block.
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The shoes came from a former high school teammate, the auction house said.
The controversial plan would provide 49 affordable housing units.
"This community is starved for a place ... like this," Ald. John Arena said of the cider house/brew pub.
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