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High-rise proposed for 53rd

High-rise proposed for 53rd

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer A 13-story building with space for 30,000 square feet of retail and 267 rental apartments could be the future along 53rd Street but residents who heard about the plan last week were more concerned about potential traffic headaches the development could exacerbate than the size of the building. Mesa Development(…)

UCMC protestors arrested

UCMC protestors arrested

By DASCHELL M. PHILLIPS StaffWriter University of Chicago graduate students held a press conference Monday to speak out about what they said was rough treatment they and other demonstrators received for peaceably protesting the lack of a trauma center at the U. of C. Medical Center. The group also made attempts to deliver petitions to(…)

Ray chasing top tier status

Ray chasing top tier status

By DASCHELL M. PHILLIPS Staff Writer The Ray Elementary School “State of the School” address took place last Thursday. The school’s ranking, budget and extra-curricular programs were top discussion points during the meeting. The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) longer school day mandate, readjustment of the school year due to the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) strike(…)

Revels take on 1893

Revels take on 1893

By Jeffrey Bishku-Aykul Assistant to the Editor The longstanding Quadrangle Club Revels return this year Friday, Feb. 1, and Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Quadrangle Club, 1155 E. 57th St., at 8 p.m. with “The Impossible City,” a comedic play recognizing the legacy of Chicago’s World’s Columbian Exposition. The group first performed at the Quadrangle(…)

UCMC demonstrators protest treatment

By DASCHELL M. PHILLIPS Staff Writer University of Chicago graduate students held a press conference today to speak out about what they said was rough treatment they and other demonstrators received for peaceably protesting the lack of a trauma center at the U. of C. Medical Center. The group also made attempts to deliver petitions(…)

Regents gym to allow public

Regents gym to allow public

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer Regents Park Apartments has requested a zoning change that would bring the building in line with modern zoning requirements and pave the way to admitting the public to the property’s gym and added building amenities. “We’ve been working. We had a community meeting in October and have got a whole(…)

Dedication ceremony for the University of Chicago’s new hospital building

Dedication ceremony for the University of Chicago’s new hospital building

A dedication ceremony for the University of Chicago’s new hospital building, the Center for Care and Discovery, was held Monday. Dignitaries, including many from Hyde Park, attended the discussion of the economic impact of the new facility. State Rep. Barbara Flynn-Currie (D-25) attended, and state Sen. Kwame Raoul (D-13) along with Ald. Leslie Hairston (5th)(…)

Review “Hänsel und Gretel”

Review “Hänsel und Gretel”

Where: Civic Opera House, 20 N. Wacker Drive When: through Jan. 19 Phone: 312-332-2244 By M.L. RANTALA Classical Music Critic Fairy tales are an entertaining way of teaching children lessons, often laced with moral instruction. Lyric Opera is now offering a particularly entertaining version of the famous story of “Hänsel und Gretel” in the form(…)