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5 hrs ago | Hotel News Resource
Richmond hotel management veteran John Cario has been named vice president/general manager for HRI Lodging, with direct oversight of the Hilton Garden Inn Richmond Downtown/Miller & Rhoads and Hilton Garden Inn Jackson Downtown/King Edward, announced Gary Gutierrez, president of HRI Lodging.
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9 hrs ago | Airport Business
New FBO features hangar and office space and offers a range of services for passengers, crew and private jet owners The Hawthorne Chicago FBO features 30,000 square feet of Class A hangar space, and is able to accommodate a range of private jets up to a Gulfstream G-650.
In the mid-'80s, to many people it seemed like the band Chicago was a monster that could not be stopped.
The post-presidency life of Barack and Michelle Obama is already a matter of much media speculation.
Greyhound is expanding its presence in St. Paul . Starting Tuesday, the venerable bus company will offer six daily departures and additional weekend service from Union Depot to places such as Chicago, Madison, Milwaukee and Kansas City.
At age 80, retired Chicago physician and educator Dan Winship is getting a bittersweet last chance to teach about medicine - only this time he's the subject.
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There are few, if any, people who have more moral authority in the black community than President Barack Obama.
Ah, St. Patrick's Day in Chicago. If you've already seen the river turn green and aren't heavily into the parade scene, pick a place to settle down instead and enjoy some Irish food and drink specials.
The nation's only interstate St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday, March 15, snakes through the Quad Cities and offers lots of weekend activities for visitors.
A visitor can feel as though they've left the U.S. altogether - and now they are the foreigner, a tourist in their own city.
When Indy Eleven team owner Ersal Ozdemir and the team's general manager, Peter Wilt, hit the State House hallways this session with a team of high-paid lobbyists to convince state lawmakers that a state financing deal for their proposed $87 million soccer stadium was a win-win bet, it's pretty safe to assume they weren't talking too much about ... (more)
When was the last time you grabbed a beer in the Printer's Row area? If you don't live in the area, it's probably been a while, but with Villains Chicago that's about to change.
My love affair with food, fashion and flowers has been at the core of my existence for as long as I can remember.
Chicago drivers can't be blamed for feeling a bit of collective angst as a bumper crop of potholes has turned many streets into the seeming equivalent of an off-road adventure through a rocky canyon.