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The Chicago Transportation Agency quietly tested geotechnology on bus and train riders last month.This new technology is used with beacons stationed in 40 rail way stations. The beacons send waves to passerbys smart phones and tracks their location. Many have viewed this advancement as an invasion of privacy.Sophia C.
We can't live without you! Chicago has mourned the loss of a lot of beloved restaurants in its lifetime (HOT DOUG'S WHY?!), and it is devastating every single time. Now that Doug's is gone, what other Chicago restaurants would leave a hole in our hearts (and in our neighborhoods) if they left? Here's 9 Chicago spots that can't close. Want more? Discuss this article and others on RedEye's Facebook page .
Dove's Luncheonette, 1545 N. Damen Ave. 773-645-4060
Show left to right: Tom Ricketts (Cubs), Andrew Hauptman (Fire), Jerry Reinsdorf (Bulls and White Sox) George McCaskey (Bears) and Rocky Wirtz (Blackhawks). The Chairmen of all six of Chicago's professional sports teams photographed 10/16/14 in Chicago, of course.
The gloomy fall days that Mother Nature has been serving up lately make staying in bed on weekend mornings seem like a viable prospect. These seven restaurants are providing that much-needed motivation to fight the urge to hibernate with newly launched brunch service. If the hearty fare and ample drinks make you want to take a nap after, well, we won't judge.
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