By Rachelle Bowden in News on Jan 16, 2007 1:49AM
- Tony Kerasotes, of Kerasotes Theatres, said he didn't want to show Stomp the Yard in any of his Springfield thaters because it could attract gang members. He's since had a change of heart and will show the movie starting on Friday at more than 40 Kerasotes-owned locations.
- If you couldn't afford Chicago's most expensive restaurants before, you really won't be able to afford them now.
- The Chicago-based Johnson and Lee architecture firm will be working with the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based Quinn Evans firm to rebuild Pilgrim Baptist Church.
- Some preservationists are trying to save a century-old Park Ridge house. Located at 322 Grant Place, "the Big House" once was the center of the Arts & Crafts movement in America.
- McDonald's may sell off Boston Market.
- Five West SIde businesses will be getting marketing support from Wal-Mart as part of Wal-Mart's pledge to create a Job & Opportunity Zone.
- Orbitz has cool new offices.
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