By J’nelle Agee Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the 30th company to relocate to Chicago since he took office. Prescient Edge, a global security and technology firm, will be moving its headquarters from Virginia to downtown Chicago. But who will get the approximately 60 jobs it will bring to the city?
By Melissa Schenkman A national study on alcohol use found on an average day six people die from alcohol poisoning. Illinois ranked the third lowest in the number of deaths. Angelo Cristobal, a Streeterville bartender talks about how bartenders are trained to do more than serve drinks.
By Beth Lawrence Taxi rides could soon be more expensive in high traffic hours. Just before leaving office, Governor Pat Quinn signed a bill that would allow traditional taxi companies to begin using surge pricing. Surge pricing allows ride-sharing apps to charge higher prices during peak hours.
By Courtney Dillard Collecting Paradise, a new exhibit at Northwestern University’s Block Museum, displays art from the Kashmir region in South Asia. Robert Linrothe, an associate professor of art history at Northwestern, selected 44 paintings, manuscripts and sculptures for the show. The Block will also offer movie screenings, lectures and music showcases to complement the exhibit.
By Mallory Hughes It’s only two weeks into the New Year and Chicagoans are already fighting frigid wind chills. For almost a week, the lows were below zero when the average temperature this time of year is 31 degrees Fahrenheit. Some people allow their sense of style to shine through all of those layers, but […]