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What Was Chicago's Best Dining Neighborhood in 2013?

What Was Chicago's Best Dining Neighborhood in 2013?
Amy Cavanaugh, Time Out Chicago: River North's dining scene took a big step forward. Three Dots and a Dash and Berkshire Room joined Sable to seriously up the neighborhood's cocktail cred, while Tanta, Sumi Robata Bar, Beatrix, Dillman's and Eataly all …
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OfficeMax to Bring Chicago's First OfficeMax Business Solutions Center to the

OfficeMax to Bring Chicago's First OfficeMax Business Solutions Center to the
NAPERVILLE, Ill., July 3, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — OfficeMax� Incorporated (NYSE:OMX) , a leading provider of office and facility supplies, technology and services, announced it has finalized a lease agreement to open Chicago's first OfficeMax …
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The hottest urban center in the US — Chicago's mega-Loop

The hottest urban center in the US — Chicago's mega-Loop
The Chicago Loop long has been one of the world's greatest job centers, of course. For much of its history, though, downtown emptied out after office hours. And as the city aged and its population declined, the suburbs rose to become the preferred home …
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Chuck's Manufacturing: An Entrepreneur's Oasis in Chicago's Loop

Chuck's Manufacturing: An Entrepreneur's Oasis in Chicago's Loop
“iPhone or Android” was not ot a question I had been expecting from my server at lunchtime on a Wednesday in the Loop, but I'm glad he asked. When he returned with my coffee, I got my answer in the form of a mobile battery pack with an Android charger …
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Prosperity in Chicago's Loop must trickle to neighborhoods

Prosperity in Chicago's Loop must trickle to neighborhoods
Greg Hinz's cover story lifted up many important points about the growth of Chicago's city center (“Trending,” Crain's, March 4). The article told an impressive story of the growth, vibrancy and influence of downtown Chicago. Upon closer reading, it …
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