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  1. Cassius Clay Transformed Into Muhammad Ali On Chicago's South SideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | Chicagoist

    Muhammad Ali died at 74 on Friday, near Phoenix - but his Muhammad Ali identity had its roots in Chicago. The legendary boxer, born Cassius Clay, became Muhammad Ali on the South Side, where he moved in the mid-1960s.


  2. ASCO2016: AbbVie Builds Upon Robust Body Of IMBRUVICA (Ibrutinib)...Read the original story

    Sunday Jun 5 | BioSpace

    ... IMBRUVICA presentations highlighting data in hematology as well as trials in progress for solid tumors. NORTH CHICAGO, Ill., June 6, 2016 - Today, AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV), a global biopharmaceutical company, announced longer-term follow-up results from ...


  3. Mayor Emanuel Announces Chicago Park District Wins Gold At International Garden ShowRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 5 | City of Chicago

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced the Chicago Park District has won a Gold Medal in Dublin at Bloom 2016, Ireland's largest gardening show. After two days of adjudication by an international panel of judges, the 'Bridge the Gap' show garden won gold.


  4. Morning Spin: Emanuel tweaks his five P's to reflect new political realitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | Chicago Tribune

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel, seen here at Davis Square Park in the Back of the Yards neighborhood on May 27, 2016, will not have to testify in a lawsuit brought by two Chicago officers after a settlement in their lawsuit was reached on May 31. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, seen here at Davis Square Park in the Back of the Yards neighborhood on May 27, 2016, will not have to testify in a lawsuit brought by two Chicago officers after a settlement in their lawsuit was reached on May 31. Welcome to Clout Street: Morning Spin, our weekday feature to catch you up with what's going on in government and politics from Chicago to Springfield.


  5. AbbVie Presents Encouraging Phase 1 Data for Investigational Medicine ABT-414 as Monotherapy in...Read the original story

    Sunday Jun 5 | Freshnews

    NORTH CHICAGO, Ill., June 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - AbbVie , a global biopharmaceutical company, today announced safety and preliminary efficacy data from a Phase 1 study of ABT-414 - an investigational antibody drug conjugate for epidermal growth factor receptor amplified, recurrent glioblastoma - showed no dose-limiting toxicities and frequent, reversible ocular toxicities. Additionally, an estimated 30 percent of patients treated with ABT-414 as monotherapy were progression free at six months [95% CI=17, 44] .


  6. A Chicago swinger offers advice for starting nonmonogamous relationshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 3 | Chicago Reader

    Chicagoans is a first-person account from off the beaten track, as told to Anne Ford. This week's Chicagoan is Cooper S. Beckett, 38, swinger, pegging enthusiast, relationship coach , host of the Life on the Swingset podcast , and author of the memoir My Life on the Swingset: Adventures in Swinging & Polyamory and the novel A Life Less Monogamous .


  7. The City Has Released Hundreds Of Files On Chicago Police ShootingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 3 | Chicagoist

    The city has released hundreds of files, including audio and video, on Chicago police shootings, in what its touting as an unprecedented move toward transparency Friday morning. "The policy we are implementing today is a major step forward to promote transparency, and it makes us one of the leading cities in America to guarantee timely public access to this breadth of information involving sensitive police incidents," said Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a statement.


  8. Activists Wear Orange to Party for PeaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 2 | NBC Chicago

    Activists gathered in a sea of orange in Hyde Park on Thursday for the second annual Party for Peace to help raise awareness of gun violence. Chicagoans came out to partake in the nationwide movement and to remember the victims on what would have been Hadiya Pendleton's 19th birthday.


  9. McDonald's Eyes Harpo Studios Site in Fulton Market for Corporate RelocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 2 | Curbed

    Oakbrook-based McDonald's is close to finalizing a deal to move its corporate headquarters to the West Loop's Fulton Market District at the site of Oprah's old Harpo Studio campus, according to a Wednesday report in Crain's Chicago Business . The potential relocation of McDonald's suburban HQ has been the source of ongoing speculation since it was reported that fast food giant was once again shopping for a new home after walking away from a 2015 deal to occupy 350,000 square feet in the Loop's Prudential Plaza.


  10. Rauner calls the spring legislative session a 'stunning failure,' and other Chicago newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 2 | Chicago Reader

    Illinois house speaker Michael Madigan answers questions during a press conference on the final day of the spring legislative session. Get outside, because Thursday will be sunny and gorgeous, with a high of 76 and a low of 60. [ AccuWeather ] The Illinois General Assembly's spring legislative session has ended with little progress on a number of key issues.


  11. Midwest minor league baseball is major funRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 1 | Chicago Reader

    Rejoice and be glad, oh ye Chicagoans, for a miracle has occurred: for the first two months of the season, both the Cubs and the Sox were in first place! And in honor of that miracle, ticket prices have gone up, so that a day at Wrigley Field could, hypothetically, set a family of four back $400. Hey, nobody ever said witnessing a miracle was cheap.


  12. A Look Inside Chicago's New LondonHouse HotelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 1 | Curbed

    The $200 million renovation and expansion of the 1923 Alfred Alschuler-designed London Guarantee & Accident Building into the LondonHouse hotel has been a multi-year labor of love for developer Oxford Capital Group, architect Goettsche Partners, and interior specialist Simeone Deary Design Group. With the wait now over and the hotel open for business, the public can now experience firsthand the high level of detail found in nearly every aspect of the renovation of one of Chicago's great historic buildings and the addition of new glassy annex.


  13. High CIP2A levels correlate with an antiapoptotic phenotype that can...Read the original story

    Wednesday Jun 1 | Leukemia

    ... Chemicals (Houston, TX, USA). ABT-737, ABT-199, A-1331852 and A-1210477 were kindly provided by AbbVie (North Chicago, IL, USA). Antibodies against BIM, PUMA, BMF, BIK, BAD, BCL-XL and BCL-w were from Cell Signaling Technology (Danvers, MA, USA), ...


  14. New boat dock opens at Navy Pier, free this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 28 | Chicago Tribune

    A new dock is now open on the south side of Navy Pier, where recreational boaters can drop anchor. Chicago boaters who want to check out the new Ferris wheel, grab a bite or make a pit stop will now be able to drop anchor at a new dock at Navy Pier.


  15. FDA approves new Biogen multiple sclerosis drugRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 27 |

    ... under the skin by patients. It was developed by Cambridge-based Biogen in partnership with AbbVie Inc., a North Chicago, Ill., drug maker that opened a Cambridge lab earlier this month to focus on neurological diseases. Its sales could be limited ...


  16. Travelers arriving early at O'Hare despite improvements in TSA linesRead the original story

    Friday May 27 | Daily Herald

    Extra employees appeared to be making a dent in long security lines at O'Hare International Airport Friday, but passengers are still wary. "I was so worried last night I couldn't sleep," said Gary Vien, a former Des Plaines resident.


  17. Swedish Metal Festival 'Scorched Tundra' Coming To Chicago This FallRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 27 | Chicagoist

    Metal festival Scorched Tundra was originally founded Goteborg, Sweden. Since it started in 2011, it's slowly grown into a two-day festival that draws international talent.


  18. The best things to do in Chicago during Memorial Day 2016 weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 27 | Chicago Reader

    If you can brave the thunderstorms, there's plenty of happenings to fill the three-day holiday weekend. Here's what we recommend: Fri 5/27-Sun 5/29: The Gelato World Tour comes to Chicago with 16 flavors crafted by some of the best gelato artisans, and guests can vote for their favorite in Millennium Park .


  19. Chicagoans describe what it's like to be cut from 'The Bachelorette'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 27 | Red Eye Chicago

    Chicago real estate consultant Coley Knust said he had not seen an episode of "The Bachelorette" when show representatives initially contacted him. "Unbeknownst to me, my sister nominated me a year-and-a-half ago after my girlfriend and I broke up," said Knust, 28. "I knew what the show was, but I had never sat down and watched a full episode."


  20. How Is Climate Change Affecting Chicago?Read the original story

    Thursday May 26 | WBEZ-FM Chicago

    This week we took to Twitter to chat about this Heat of the Moment story about how climate change, flooding and inequality are coming to a head in Chicago. We talked preparedness and the what Chicagoans can expect in the future with Shannon Heffernan , the reporter behind the story and the Center for Neighborhood Technology.


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