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Immigration Uncertainties Impact Real Estate, Mirador Real Estate's Paul Magyar Comments in DNAinfo

Foreign investors have been a significant part of New York City’s real estate market in recent years, but Donald Trump’s immigration policies are beginning to change that. 159 more words

NYC

Mirador Featured in DNAinfo about New York Becoming Dog Friend

Apartment hunting in New York can be difficult for dog owners. Many buildings have restrictions on the number and kind of dogs they’ll allow residents to have, and the facilities are rarely accommodating for pooches. 241 more words

Maywood Pet Owner in Mourning After Dog Drowns During Swim Lesson at Canine Aquatic Center in Chicago

Diego, a 3-year-old Doberman, died during a swimming lesson at Doggy Paddle, a canine aquatic center in Chicago on March 31. | Photo submitted

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Noted

Andrew Hermann on the "Positive spirit and the beauty of Chicago"

In the midst of Trump’s negative comments towards Chicago’s crime rate management, Andrew Hermann of DNAInfo.com shares a few of the publication’s recent feel-good highlights… 20 more words

Chicago

Cook County Sherrif launches hate crime hotline

Anytime of day or night, Cook County residents facing discrimination or hate crimes can call(773) 674-HELP, according to DNAinfo. Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart announced the service yesterday as a response to the national spike in such incidents. 173 more words

Online Selfishness

If you’ve ever had to use free public computers, you know about being treated like dirt.

For ten years, I relied on library computers.  I minded my own business, but couldn’t steer completely clear of trouble — or at least the icky feeling of sitting next to someone who was looking at XXX material. 422 more words