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  • ‘Chicago Fire’ stars chosen as Fire Festival marshals
  • Part-time Marina City residents in plea deal for grant money scheme
  • Kayaker rescued after collision with boat
  • LaSalle sells Rhode Island hotel for tidy profit
  • Langham to scoop up $1,000 sundae
  • Loop ‘Street Ambassadors’ help compile resource guide for homeless
  • Fall bridge lift schedule announced
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    (Above) Chicago Fire stars Taylor Kinney (center) and Jesse Spencer (right) appear on NBC’s Today show last year. (Click on images to view larger versions.)

    4-Sep-14 – It does seem like an obvious choice. Two stars from the NBC television show Chicago Fire will be the Grand Marshals at the Great Chicago Fire Festival in October. The theater company Redmoon, which is producing the festival, made the announcement on Wednesday.

    Taylor Kinney portrays Lieutenant Kelly Severide on the series and Jesse Spencer is Lieutenant Matthew Casey.

    Soon after sunset on October 4, Kinney and Spencer will set on fire one of at least six “fire cauldrons” that will then be lowered from bridges from State Street to Columbus Drive to watercraft on the Chicago River.

    The craft will ferry the flames to three moored platforms supporting structures that represent iconic architecture of the city prior to the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.

    The structures will burn until the inner workings of each building is revealed. The fires will eventually be doused using water and mist.

    Hundreds of performers will participate in the 90-minute event, which celebrates the rebirth of the city following the 1871 fire.

    Redmoon (Left) Redmoon tests by constructing a portion of a sculpture and setting it on fire.

    (Right) A fire sculpture under construction at Redmoon’s build shop in the Pilsen neighborhood southwest of the Loop. Redmoon

    Handling the gas-powered fire effects will be Pyrotechnico, a fireworks company started in 1889 and now based in Pennsylvania. The company performed fireworks shows for the Super Bowl in 2003 and the 2004 Democratic National Convention.

    Shoreline Sightseeing

    TwitterFall is in the air - football, chilly temps & Oktoberfests popping up. Shoreline gives it a new twist on the water! [link] [1,766 followers]

    Photo by Steven Dahlman

    9-Sep-14 – No stranger to federal indictments, Marina City has again shown up in the background of a case in United States District Court against two part-time residents.

    The U.S. Department of Justice is preparing for a trial in Springfield, Illinois, against four people accused of various counts of mail fraud and money laundering. Two of the defendants own two condominium units in River North at Marina City and the indictment claims money from a fraud scheme went to maintain at least one of the units.

    Edmond Clemons, age 68, and Jacquelyn Kilpatrick, age 59, live together in a suburb of Phoenix but own two studio units at Marina City, one on the 36th floor of the west tower and the other on the 51st floor of the east tower.

    Also charged are two Chicagoans, Leon Dingle, Jr., and his wife, Karin Dingle. All four have pleaded not guilty but on Friday the Chicago Tribune reported that Clemons and Kilpatrick are negotiating deals in which they would plead guilty to lesser charges.

    The indictment filed on October 5, 2012, details millions of dollars the four allegedly received from 2004 to 2010 in grant money that was misappropriated. Of more than $11 million in grants for programs related to cancer, HIV/AIDS, and emergency preparedness, as much as $3.7 million, it says, went for personal use.

    The money was spent on vacation homes in Georgia and South Carolina, a Mercedes car, membership in the Chicago Yacht Club and Mid-America Club – located on the 80th floor of Aon Center – as well as certificates of deposit and other expenses.

    Some of that money, according to the indictment, went to maintain a condo unit at Marina City that was used by Clemons and Kilpatrick. The indictment does not specify which unit is involved or if both are involved.

    The trial was scheduled to start Monday but has been rescheduled to October 20.

    In the 1960s, two Marina City residents with clear mob connections were indicted on federal charges, one condo board president was indicted in 1987, and in 2006, Dr. Gary Kimmel was charged with money laundering and served 37 months in a federal prison.

    2-Sep-14 – A kayaker was rescued from the Chicago River Sunday evening after colliding with a boat.

    Google Maps It happened at about 7:24 p.m. between State Street and Wabash Avenue, closest to the north side of the river. When a Chicago Fire Department rescue boat arrived, its crew called in a Scuba Dive Team Unit, which rescued the person in the water. Two helicopters also assisted with the rescue.

    (Left) Area where kayaker was rescued.

    Hotel Viking

    12-Sep-14 – The real estate investment trust that owns Hotel Chicago at Marina City will make about $50 million on a deal in Rhode Island.

    LaSalle Hotel Properties has signed a contract to sell Hotel Viking (above) in Newport, Rhode Island, for $77 million. LaSalle bought the hotel in June 1999 for $27 million.

    The company, based in Bethesda, Maryland, made the announcement on Wednesday.

    “Hotel Viking was an excellent long term investment for us,” said LaSalle president and CEO Michael Barnello.

    When the transaction closes, LaSalle will own 44 hotels, including Hotel Chicago and The Westin Michigan Avenue in River North.

     Previous story: LaSalle selling D.C. area hotel

    Trump International Hotel & Tower

    TwitterRT Ghoul-around the Windy City this #Halloween with this special holiday package from [link] [22,114 followers]

    17-Sep-14 – A chocolate and vanilla sundae that costs $1,000 does come with hot fudge, whipped cream, and peanuts. It also comes with 24-karat gold leaf and 24-karat gold dust.

    The pricey dessert will be offered starting on September 24 at Pavilion, a restaurant on the second floor of The Langham hotel in River North.

    The “new adult ice cream concept” is one of seven announced by The Langham on Tuesday, part of what the hotel calls “an extravagant line-up of sundaes and floats designed to evoke the nostalgia of a favorite childhood treat.”

    The sundae, named The Victoria, is made from Tahitian vanilla ice cream, Guittard Complexite 70 percent chocolate ice cream, caramelized golden peanuts, dark chocolate croquant (caramelized sugar with chopped roasted hazelnuts or almonds), handcrafted chocolate crown, salted caramel, butterscotch, and Hennessy VSOP cognac. It is served with a bottle of Dom Perignon 2003 in a Wedgewood crystal bowl that is yours to keep, along with a free glass of Prosecco if you order anytime from September 24 through October 31.

    Executive Pastry Chef Scott Green says he based his treats on flavors he enjoyed as a child.

    “Ice cream is a year-round craving and the added alcohol component simply makes it that much more versatile for guests to indulge throughout all seasons.”

    Photo by Anthony Zamora (Left) An ice cream sundae called The Chicagoland that includes presumably less expensive chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream, chocolate ice cream, Garrett’s caramel popcorn, cheesecake bites, chocolate cake, hot fudge, salted caramel, whipped cream, and cherry. Photo by Anthony Zamora. Click on image to view larger version.

    Photo by Steven Dahlman

    (Above) Two Chicago Loop Alliance Street Ambassadors walk south on State Street on February 12.

    12-Sep-14 – Thousands of personal interactions with downtown’s homeless have led to a resource guide the Chicago Loop Alliance says will be part of an “arsenal of vital information for individuals in need.”

    The guide directs people to food, shelter, health care, and possibly employment.

    Since October 2013, CLA “street ambassadors” have helped homeless people in the central business district. The experience, says the alliance, has led to a better understanding of the needs of the homeless.

    The non-profit organization, charged with making downtown a better place, worked on the project with The Magnificent Mile Charitable Foundation and The Chicago Help Initiative.

    “CHI felt that a decent and compassionate response to someone asking for help was needed and we wanted to make sure that what was given was really helpful,” says CHI director Douglas Fraser (below).

    Douglas Fraser “The resource guide connects a hungry person to hot meals, groceries, shelters, and the resources they need to get off the street. Not every person asking will take the help that is offered right away. We know that. But what we hope is, when the time comes that they do seek change, they have this information.”

    Copies of the guide are being offered to downtown advocacy organizations, social service agencies, and other Loop stakeholders.

     : Resource Guide

    Photo by Steven Dahlman 8-Sep-14 – 15 times this fall, all 18 bridges along the main and south branches of the Chicago River will be raised. The annual tradition allows sailboats to get from Lake Michigan to winter storage.

    (Left) A sailboat passes under the raised DuSable Bridge in June.

    The bridges will be lifted on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting on September 20 and concluding on November 15. According to Chicago Department of Transportation, it takes about 8-12 minutes to raise a bridge and less than two hours for all of the bridges to be lifted.

    CDOT works with local boatyards to create a schedule that is minimally inconvenient to pedestrians and drivers.

    (Times represent when the process starts at Lake Shore Drive.)

    • Saturday, September 20 – 9:00 a.m.
    • Wednesday, September 24 – 9:30 a.m.
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    Steven Dahlman Steven Dahlman is editor and publisher of Marina City Online and Loop North News. He has 36 years of experience as a professional journalist – writing for websites, newspapers, magazines, radio, and television – and has been a professional photographer for the past 15 years.

    Steven was a radio news director, reporter, and anchor for more than a dozen stations and networks. From 1984 to 1990, he was a regular contributor to ABC Radio Networks. He is a frequent contributor to Chicago’s Skyline newspaper, published by Inside Publications, and a part-time news writer/anchor for Rivet News Radio, an Internet radio news service located in the West Loop.

    He is married to Dr. Carol Pandak, director of Rotary International’s global effort to eradicate polio. They live at Marina City in the River North neighborhood of downtown Chicago.

    Please send comments, complaints, corrections, news tips, suggestions, and questions to: news@loopnorth.com.

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    September 18 – Unveiled, hosted by the Evening Associates. Visit the Art Institute of Chicago for a happy hour you can feel good about. Start your night with a drink from the cash bar; then at 6:30 take a tour of this month’s featured installation, an exploration of the ever-changing nature of photography. This event occurs during the museum’s free hours, so entrance for Illinois residents is completely free. No reservations required. 6-8 p.m., Modern Wing. Please enter at 159 East Monroe Street. Map.

    September 18 – Richard Pennington explores The Achievements of the Low Art Tile Company, which created some of the finest ceramic tiles ever produced in the United States. 6 p.m., Richard H. Driehaus Museum, 40 East Erie Street. Tickets: $15. Map. More info.

    September 18 – Join a celebration of Graywolf’s 40th Anniversary with an evening of poetry featuring readings from Graywolf poets Katie Ford, Matthea Harvey, and Claudia Rankine. A reception and book signing follow the reading. 7 p.m., Poetry Foundation, 61 West Superior Street. Free admission. Map.

    September 19 – Chicago Harbor Safety Committee meeting. 8:30 a.m. to noon, Trump International Hotel & Tower, 16th floor Skyline Room. Map.

    September 19 – Opening reception for Experiments in Environment: The Halprin Workshops, 1966-1971. In the late 1960s, renowned American landscape architect Lawrence Halprin and avant-garde dance pioneer Anna Halprin organized a series of experimental, cross-disciplinary workshops in San Francisco and along the coast of northern California that brought dancers, architects, environmental designers, artists, and others together in a process designed to facilitate collaboration and group creativity through new approaches to environmental awareness. The exhibition run through December 13. The reception is 6-8 p.m. at Graham Foundation, Madlener House, 4 W Burton Place. Admission is free. Map. More info.

    Near North Homes
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    Studio:$156,833$1,853
    1-BR:$280,300$2,027
    2-BR:$507,366$2,912
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    60 E MONROE ST UNIT 3301
    $4.4 million
    Most Expensive Rental
    450 E WATERSIDE DR UNIT 3301
    $14,000 per month
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    Downtown Chicago Crime Report

    Mon Sep 8 2014 10:00 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    1000 N DEARBORN ST
    SIDEWALK
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 8:15 PM
    ASSAULT - SIMPLE
    400 W HURON ST
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 6:20 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    800 N MICHIGAN AVE
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 6:00 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    0 E WACKER DR
    CONSTRUCTION SITE
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 5:28 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    800 N MICHIGAN AVE
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 5:00 PM
    OTHER OFFENSE - TELEPHONE THREAT (DOMESTIC)
    0 S CLINTON ST
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 3:50 PM
    BATTERY - DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE
    100 W RANDOLPH ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 3:00 PM
    BATTERY - DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE
    400 W ONTARIO ST
    APARTMENT
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 2:11 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    600 N CLARK ST
    DRUG STORE
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 2:10 PM
    PUBLIC PEACE VIOLATION - RECKLESS CONDUCT
    200 N LOWER MICHIGAN AVE
    STREET
    ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 1:20 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    0 E ADAMS ST
    CTA PLATFORM
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 1:00 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    100 N STATE ST
    SMALL RETAIL STORE
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 11:00 AM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    100 S MICHIGAN AVE
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 10:00 AM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    100 W LAKE ST
    CTA PLATFORM
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 9:44 AM
    CRIMINAL TRESPASS - TO LAND
    0 N MICHIGAN AVE
    RESTAURANT
    ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 8:45 AM
    BATTERY - SIMPLE
    300 W RANDOLPH ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 5:00 AM
    OTHER OFFENSE - HARASSMENT BY TELEPHONE
    700 N MICHIGAN AVE
    MEDICAL/DENTAL OFFICE
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 4:00 AM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    800 N STATE ST
    SIDEWALK
    NO ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 2:00 AM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    600 N CLARK ST
    DRUG STORE
    ARREST

    Mon Sep 8 2014 12:01 AM
    CRIMINAL DAMAGE - TO VEHICLE
    0 W GRAND AVE
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 7:05 PM
    BATTERY - SIMPLE
    0 E GRAND AVE
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 7:00 PM
    MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT - AUTOMOBILE
    200 S CLARK ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 6:35 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    800 N MICHIGAN AVE
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 6:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    800 N STATE ST
    CTA TRAIN
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 6:00 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - CREDIT CARD FRAUD
    100 S DEARBORN ST
    CTA TRAIN
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 6:00 PM
    THEFT - POCKET-PICKING
    100 S DEARBORN ST
    CTA TRAIN
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 6:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    600 N ST CLAIR ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 4:04 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - COUNTERFEITING DOCUMENT
    500 N MICHIGAN AVE
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 4:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    500 W MADISON ST
    CTA STATION
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 4:00 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    200 S WELLS ST
    CTA TRAIN
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 4:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    600 E GRAND AVE
    SIDEWALK
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 3:45 PM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    0 W DIVISION ST
    RESTAURANT
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 3:38 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    100 N STATE ST
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 3:30 PM
    CRIMINAL DAMAGE - TO VEHICLE
    1000 N CLARK ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 3:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    500 N KINGSBURY ST
    SIDEWALK
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 2:10 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    0 N STATE ST
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 1:35 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    100 N STATE ST
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 11:30 AM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    400 N WELLS ST
    BAR OR TAVERN
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 11:30 AM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - CREDIT CARD FRAUD
    400 N WELLS ST
    BAR OR TAVERN
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 11:00 AM
    MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT - AUTOMOBILE
    0 E LAKE ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 5:45 AM
    CRIMINAL DAMAGE - TO PROPERTY
    100 E WALTON ST
    HOTEL/MOTEL
    ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 5:45 AM
    BATTERY - SIMPLE
    0 W ONTARIO ST
    TAXICAB
    ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 3:20 AM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    100 W ADAMS ST
    SIDEWALK
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 2:25 AM
    ASSAULT - AGGRAVATED:KNIFE/CUTTING INSTR
    0 W DIVISION ST
    BAR OR TAVERN
    ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 2:14 AM
    BATTERY - AGGRAVATED:KNIFE/CUTTING INSTR
    100 E WACKER DR
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 2:00 AM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    100 W KINZIE ST
    BAR OR TAVERN
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 1:00 AM
    SEX OFFENSE - AGG CRIMINAL SEXUAL ABUSE
    200 E HURON ST
    HOSPITAL BUILDING/GROUNDS
    NO ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 12:48 AM
    BATTERY - AGGRAVATED: OTHER DANG WEAPON
    200 W ONTARIO ST
    BAR OR TAVERN
    ARREST

    Sun Sep 7 2014 12:01 AM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    100 W KINZIE ST
    BAR OR TAVERN
    NO ARREST

    Sat Sep 6 2014 11:20 PM
    CRIMINAL DAMAGE - TO PROPERTY (DOMESTIC)
    0 E LAKE ST
    APARTMENT
    NO ARREST

    Most Expensive Near North Building Permits
    $15.0 million
    445 E ILLINOIS ST
    • EXTERIOR MODIFICATIONS TO EXISTING SOUTH AND WEST MASONRY WINDOW OPENINGS BALCONIES AND JULIET RAILING ENTRY CANOPY AND REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF THE EXISTING CURTAIN WALL. MINOR UNIT PLAN CHANGES DUE TO TRASH CHUTE RELOCATION. LEED FULL COMPLIANCE AND E
    $7.5 million
    402 E SUPERIOR ST
    • ADDITION TO AND ALTERATION OF EXISTING CLASS C-3 TYPE II SCHOOL - COLLEGE USE NO CHANGE IN USE. **CERTIFIED PLAN CORRECTIONS PROJECT - CONDITIONAL PERMIT: SUBJECT TO FIELD INSPECTIONS **
    $6.985 million
    259 E ERIE ST
    • SELF CERT: INTERIOR ALTERATIONS TO THE 12TH FLOOR OPERATING ROOMS 7 AND 8 OF THE EXISTING NMH OUTPATIENT CARE PAVILION AS PER PLANS.
    $6.0 million
    445 N PARK DR
    • REVISION TO PERMIT# 100483391 TO CHANGE DESIGN OF INTERIOR COMMON AREAS INCLUDING POOL AND AMENTIES AREAS AND PENTHOUSE. 455 NORTH PARK DRIVE
    $5.5 million
    255 E GRAND AVE
    • TENANT BUILDING INTERIOR BUILDOUT: INTERIOR BUILDOUT CONSISTS OF NON-LOAD BEARING WALL/COOLERS CONCRETE SLAB CEILING PLUMBING FIXTURES MECHANICAL DUCTWORK NEW REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT ELECTRICAL ETC.
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    600 N STATE ST
    • CANVASS
    Aug 28
    TROPHY ROOM
    170 W ONTARIO ST
    • LICENSE
    Aug 26
    TROPHY ROOM
    170 W ONTARIO ST
    • LICENSE
    Aug 26
    BABA PITA PALACE
    334 W CHICAGO AVE
    • COMPLAINT
    Aug 26
    MAXS TAKE OUT
    20 E ADAMS ST
    • CANVASS
    Aug 25
    GLORIA JEANS COFFEE
    79 E MADISON ST
    • LICENSE
    Aug 21
    WALGREEN 15567
    122 S MICHIGAN AVE BLDG
    • LICENSE
    Aug 19
    WALGREEN 15567
    122 S MICHIGAN AVE BLDG
    • LICENSE
    Aug 19
    MELTING POT
    609 N DEARBORN ST
    • CANVASS
    Aug 19
    KAFENIO
    162 E OHIO ST
    • LICENSE
    Aug 19
    EGGSPERIENCE
    33 W ONTARIO ST
    • COMPLAINT RE-INSPECTION
    Aug 19
    EGGSPERIENCE
    33 W ONTARIO ST
    • COMPLAINT
    Aug 11
    BOARD ROOM
    343 W ERIE ST
    • CANVASS
    Aug 8
    GLORIA JEANS COFFEE
    79 E MADISON ST
    • LICENSE
    Aug 7
    CANTINA LAREDO 132
    508 N STATE ST BLDG 1ST&2NDFL
    • COMPLAINT
    Aug 7
    PROTEIN BAR
    221 W WASHINGTON ST
    • CANVASS
    Aug 5
    POTTERS
    17 E MONROE ST
    • CANVASS
    Aug 5
    HARD ROCK CAFE
    63 W ONTARIO ST
    • COMPLAINT
    Aug 5
    MY THAI - TAKUMI RESTAURANT
    555 W MADISON ST
    • CANVASS
    Jul 30
    TGI FRIDAYS
    153 E ERIE ST
    • COMPLAINT
    Jul 29