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Extra Extra: Michael Jordan Sues Chinese Company For Using His Name

By Samantha Abernethy in News on Feb 24, 2012 12:00AM

  • Michael Jordan is suing the Qiaodan Sports in China for using his name—he is known there as Qiaodan—as well as attempting to register trademarks to use the names of his children. [New York Times]

  • LaGrange is offering an amnesty period for those who've racked up heavy parking ticket late fines. [TribLocal]

  • Where does Obama eat when he's in town? Here's a handy map to eating like the president. [Eater]

  • Adlai Stevenson had some pretty terrible campaign ads. Here are 8 of them. [Mental_Floss]

  • Sofitel hotel hosts an exhibit of rare photographs of Brigitte Bardot. [Crain's]

  • The city is struggling with how to deal with large vacant lots. [Chicago Journal]