As the school year came to a close, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) celebrated the 81st edition of its annual runway show, Fashion 2015, culminating in THE WALK, SAIC's annual benefit supporting the production of student work and scholarships.
In the annals of branding, the Morton Salt Girl is a monumental achievement. She's been tweaked from time to time over the past century, but the company has wisely retained and respected her widely recognized identity.
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Despite the colossal $466 million CityTime fraud settlement the city was hoping to relieve the city's financial woes, Bloomberg
In a show Thursday hosted by Paper magazine's Mickey Boardman, Rowley and Powers were honored, as were students in the SAIC
In one of the most widespread scandals in city history, the doomed project involved fraud from hundreds of contractors, kickbacks
If you think New York is the city that never sleeps, think again. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been stolen or wasted from beneath the mayor's slumbering nose by a project intended to improve the city's payroll system.