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River North Business Association Asks City for Sign to Honor Redhead Owner

Article courtesy of Loop North News


Ontario Street between State and Dearborn may soon have a commemorative name in honor of Art Bryan, the owner of The Redhead Piano Bar who died last week.

River North Business Association has written to 42nd Ward Alderman Brendan Reilly,…

Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: April 22, 2016 FULL STORY

4 Common Myths About Muscle Health - Delos Therapy

When people think of muscle health, they typically refer to strength, conditioning, flexibility and endurance – things accomplished in a gym or yoga studio. As a former professional athlete and current pain specialist, there is a missing component to determine if a muscle is healthy or has proper function

Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: April 14, 2016 FULL STORY

Chicago Bridges 2016 Spring Lift Season starts April 16th


Scheduled bridge lifts are subject to boat traffic. Check the Chicago Loop Bridges Calendar for lift/run status and times. 


Actual Start Times from the Yacht Yards are: Weekend - 8:00 AM; Weekday - 9:30 AM

Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: March 25, 2016 FULL STORY

Speech by Howard Conant, Jr. - Main Speaker at 2016 Annual Meeting

Howard Conant, Jr. was our main speaker at the recent RNBA Annual Meeting. Howard helped to form the River North Business Association in 1981 and served as Chairman from 1999-2001. He remains vested in the community by being active on the boards of Archeworks, Writers Theatre and the Chicago Committee of Human Rights Watch and is Chairman of Urban Innovations, a leader of loft development and renovation…

Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: March 10, 2016 FULL STORY

Part Two - The River North Business Association Best Of Awards

It’s the Final Countdown (apologies to Geico and Europe). If you have not already purchased your tickets for the annual meeting, what are you waiting for?

If you missed it, we…

Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: February 19, 2016 FULL STORY

City Council designates Marina City official Chicago landmark

 Marina City is an official historic landmark as of Wednesday. Except for two aldermen who were absent, the City Council passed the ordinance unanimously, 48-0.

“Citing their presence in every Chicago souvenir snow globe, the prominence of their architect [Bertrand Goldberg], and contribution to the history of Chicago architecture, the case was easily made…

Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: February 12, 2016 FULL STORY