Lincoln Square »

Everything Old Is New Again At The Revived Penn Dutchman Antiques

Two years after closing, Penn Dutchman is back, just two doors north on Western Avenue.

Bronzeville »

Lake Meadows Apartments renovations are next in a developer's plan to dramatically remake the area.

Lincoln Square »

The Book Cellar's owner worries that Amazon's Lakeview store will further erode sales at her indie shop.

Ashburn »

The store at 3250 W. 87th St. in Ashburn will close "on or about April 18," a sign read Wednesday.

West Ridge »

Though many of his retail stores have closed, Richard Sears' legacy — and spirit — live on.

Lincoln Square »

The vintage furnishings' store opened a second location focused on home decor for youngsters.

Bucktown »

All clothing in the store at 1659 N. Damen Ave. is 40-percent off through Sunday, a manager said.

Logan Square »

Birdseye Rule, 2319 N. Milwaukee Ave., is named after their family's unique rite of passage.

West Loop »

The shop's opening comes as more and more national retailers are calling the West Loop home. 

Morgan Park »

The owners said their neighboring business, DiCola's Seafood, will remain open.

Wicker Park »

Moon Voyage, Study Hall, Kokorokoko, Penelope's, Milk Handmade and more shops are participating.

Beverly »

Holly Simon's new company sells bath bombs and bar soap and will rely on a workforce with special needs.

Rogers Park »

A lost ring, a jeweler's granddaughter and a single, lucky photo crossed paths in a fateful meeting.

Little Italy »

The store is offering books, DVDs and CDs for half off before it shuts its doors.

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