Thousands of visitors flock to Oak Park to see where architect Frank Lloyd Wright developed his renowned Prairie style, but there’s not a proper gateway to greet them. That may be about to change. The Chicago-based nonprofit that owns and manages Wright’s Home and Studio on Monday announced plans...
Good news: we have funding to preserve at least another 250,000 sides of 78rpm records, and we are looking for donations to digitize and physically preserve. We try to do a good job of digitizing and ... Read more
When I was raising money for startups, I remember VCs asking me two question. Do I have a company or a product? And do I have a pain pill or a nice-to-have? Of course, I, said I had a pain pill. But t ... Read more
The Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 focuses largely on renewing and strengthening rent regulations in New York City to better protect tenants, but it has two key components that im ... Read more
Protesters in Hong Kong, numbering more than 1 million and skewing young, defeated the will of China's powerful Communist Party by beating a bill that would've allowed China to make Hong Kongers face ... Read more
The San Francisco Giants, mired in a season in which they appear destined to dwell in the NL West's cellar, showed signs of life on this past week's homestand. Winners of four of their last five, the ... Read more
A man suspected in a Carson homicide was arrested last week in Mexico after a months-long search, but the woman and teenage girl he was believed to be traveling with are still missing, authorities sai ... Read more
CNBC Exclusive: CNBC Transcript: Facebook Co-Founder Chris Hughes Speaks with CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Today WHEN: Today, Monday, June 17, 2019 WHERE: CNBC’s “Squawk Box” The following is the unofficial tr ... Read more