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Poor families use 'supervouchers' to rent in city's priciest buildings
The high-rise at 500 N. Lake Shore Drive is the second-most expensive in the city, with rents for a one-bedroom apartment approaching $3,000 a month, well beyond the reach of most Chicago residents.
'So Chicago': Sentimental to silly in an Internet moment
Barry Levy, former longtime president of Moo & Oink with some Moo & Oink memorabilia.
Show your indie spirit on Chicago's first Independent Bookstore Day
Chicago works, Chicago writes, and Chicago reads, which is why we don't need any calls to "Cut down the Amazon" and support our local bookstores, even if they do come from one of our favorite adopted sons .