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  • Border War

    When a 40-foot-high mansionbegan going up six inches from his son's property, developer Wayne Berman took on the business-as-usual zoning game.
  • An Unpleasant Development

    Satisfied Mount Greenwood merchants wonder why their neighborhood is being targeted for sweeping "improvements" that may put them out of business.
  • Filling a Need

  • Waiting Room

    Pilsen solved its problem of day laborers loitering in public by finding them somewhere to congregate legally. Can Albany Park do the same?
  • Working for peanuts

    A high-powered attorney helps beleagured vendors
  • Looking Out For Number Two

    Ed Kelly finds a fierce opponent in the man whose career he once nurtured.
  • Late Bloomer

    A Lakeview commercial strip catches up with the neighborhood.
  • A Bridge Too Far

    Albany Park residents get an "improvement" they don't want.