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On Monday, May 13, 2013, dozens of teenagers and parents will protest at the Abercrombie & Fitch store in Chicago at 4 p.m. The protest is in response to Abercrombie & Fitch's CEO Mike Jeffries statement that his company doesn't make clothes for fat women because they're not cool. Comment?
The concert was originally slated for May 17th, the International Day Against Homophobia , but had to be pushed to May 21 due to scheduling reasons. Comment?
The popular New York-based burger chain, helmed by Danny Meyer of Eleven Madison Park restaurant fame, is moving in at 66 E. Ohio St., a spot currently occupied by a Harley-Davidson dealership. Comment?
A new crackdown OK'd by Illinois state lawmakers could mean tougher prison sentences for social media users who incite violent "flash mob" attacks using sites like Facebook and Twitter. Comment?
Earlier this year France implemented a financial transaction tax , otherwise known as a Robin Hood Tax, and now Germany, Spain, Italy, Austria, Belgium, Portugal, Greece, Slovenia, Slovakia and Estonia have followed suit. Comment?
Wicker Park residents Dani Deahl and Fei Tang, both DJs, tied the knot in the first record store wedding ever held in Chicago. Comment?
Every year, it seems that Chicago bypasses spring completely and skips straight ahead to summer. Comment?
In the city's ongoing efforts to put more lipstick on the pig that is Chicago's parking meter deal, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Monday City Hall had reached a settlement with the private company leasing Chicago's meters. Comment?
The Chicago Police Department has released a photo of one of the men they suspect savagely beat a taxi driver earlier this year. Comment?
Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef discussed his decision to host an openly gay performer on his "El Bernameg" satirical news program. Comment?
When Chris Thomas, 25, started working at the Nike store in downtown Chicago in 2008, he made $10.15 an hour -- at least a few dollars short of what he'd need to move out of his parents' house in Oak Park, Ill. Comment?
The first phase of a closely watched Chicago bus project would "maximize street potential" along more than five miles of Ashland Avenue for about $50 million, city officials announced Friday. Comment?
The Brookfield Zoo is open, and offering free admission, on Saturday after closing for only the third time in its history last week. Comment?
For a certain swath of record collectors and general music fans, Saturday's seventh annual Record Store Day is something of a combination Super Bowl, Christmas and Easter: A single day packed with marquee performances, special gifts and exciting hunts. Comment?
Gov. Pat Quinn announced Friday that 2012 had been a record year for Illinois' film industry, with $184 million brought in revenue to the state. Comment?
ReelzChannel has announced the new Chicago-based reality show "The Capones" debuting fall of 2013. Comment?
The Second City announced a partnership with The Onion Tuesday morning to offer a new writing program that will be taught at the Second City's Old Town-based training center. Comment?
This undated file photo originally released by Disney-ABC Domestic Television, shows movie critics Roger Ebert, right, and Gene Siskel. Comment?
It's been 10 long months since Mad Men's elegant finale closed out its fifth spectacular season. Comment?
Crews from Heneghan Wrecking Co. were out with cranes fitted with large metal claws to pick apart the apartment building at 832 E. 57th St., where the 40th U.S. president lived with his parents in 1914 and 1915. Comment?