By Jocelyn Geboy in News on Jun 27, 2007 3:34AM
- The Agudas Achim North Shore Congregation in Uptown was robbed late Friday of computers, audio-visual equipment and donated food on Friday. This is just one of several crimes committed at the synagogue in the last year.
- We're not sure how we feel about this ... Wendy's International will begin selling breakfast in Chicago, part of a national expansion into the breakfast market, the Dublin, Ohio-based hamburger chain said last week.
- Steve Irwin is helping people from beyond the grave: Matt Basile, from Chicago's South Side, will spend a week at the Shedd Aquarium's with the marine animals and their keepers as the Shedd's first Steve Irwin Fellow. Set up in honor of the charismatic Crocodile Hunter, the fellowship also takes Basile to Australia for a two-week internship with Irwin’s colleagues at zoos there next month.
- There's more than one way to take down a home in Chicago. You can use a wrecking ball, or you can try something new: home deconstruction. Daley should dig it -- it's like a big recycling project.
- Some Hyde Park Hindus are hiking out to Homer Glen.
- If you're waiting for your city sticker in the mail still, you can chill -- the deadline has been extended to July 15. It might be even easier to renew next year.
- About 37,000 Chicago Public Schools grammar students live on the Southwest Side. But the public schools only have room for 22,000.
- The AMA is looking to launch widespread investigations into the fast-growing patient-care model of in-store clinics being opened by retail giants.
"Flash flood!" by Grammar Hammer