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When the iconic Four Cohn Shoes celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2010, owner Howard Cohen wasn’t thinking about the day the family-run business would finally close down. Far from it.
After graduating law school last year, Victoria Thanoukos made an unexpected career move: She adjourned her plans to start a high-pressure law career to instead follow her passion for designing flowers.
The shark swims smoothly and majestically through the water until it sees its prey, its sharp teeth snapping quickly as it takes in nourishment — all the while John Williams’ iconic movie score plays in the background.
MORTON GROVE — When customers walk into Maier’s Bakery and Frank Silvio is there, they say hello, ask how he’s feeling and wish him well, an acknowledgment of his cancer diagnosis.
SKOKIE — Since opening an ethnic bakery at Dempster Avenue and Lincolnwood Drive in Skokie one year ago, Transylvanian transplant Ovidiu “Ovy” Pop has revealed the sweet side of his native European region which is better known for vampire mythology than its baked goods.
Weight management company Retrofit Inc. is moving its headquarters to downtown Chicago from Skokie and doubling its staff to 100.
It’s anything but business as usual at the Skokie Public Library. Especially when it comes to business. The library’s new business center — a suite of three converted rooms in the southwest corner of the building’s second floor — reflects just how serious this library is in keeping up with community needs.
After recovering from the shock of being laid-off from a lifelong corporate career working in IT several years ago, Skokie native David Richmond brushed himself off.
EVANSTON — NorthShore University HealthSystem has been recognized as one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics, formerly the healthcare business of Thomson Reuters. NorthShore has been named to the list 16 times, more than any hospital in the country during the …
Joining an increasing number of small business owners that choose to operate without a traditional store front, Dimitris Kostopoulos of Lincolnwood runs his company, “The Greek Bookstore,” strictly from the Web.