After Unrest, Shutdowns, Chicago’s Loop is Down, But Not Out
Clip: 01/26/2021 | 5m 4s
COVID-19 has forced thousands of downtown office workers to stay home, while performing arts venues have retreated into hibernation and major events have been indefinitely postponed. But many of the Loop’s small businesses and cultural institutions are still kicking.
Aired: 01/26/21 |
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