Questioning Crosstown 

A critic wonders if the Sears Crosstown project makes financial sense.

I am old enough to remember going to the Curb Market in Crosstown with my mother and buying a bushel of snap beans for canning. I would have to spend the rest of the day cleaning and preparing them. On many occasions,…

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