Michelin released the Chicago edition of its Bib Gourmands list Wednesday, with 19 additions and 11 subtractions over last year's recommendations of affordable eats. As usual, this year's picks — and omissions — include some eyebrow-raisers.
The mayor is promising an ordinance that would trim the types of business licenses the city requires by 60 percent. He says the measure, planned for City Council introduction on Wednesday, would cut the number from 117 to 49 and make it easier for companies to operate in the city.
Claire Zulkey recently went to Kuma’s Corner for the first time, where she's heard the heavy metal is incredibly loud, the wait time unbelievably long (friends and well-wishers promised me anything from two to four hours for dinner) and the burgers incredibly delicious.
Dayton’s population has been shrinking since the 1960s. Most of the area’s factory jobs are long gone. To save the city, Schultz has embraced a new idea: Help immigrants and refugees lay roots in Dayton.