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The Loop Taste of Chicago is celebrating its fifth anniversary on Friday, April 20, with music from one of Europe’s top piano entertainers, Mr. Boogie Woogie.
Doctors, nurses and the medical staff at Oro Valley Hospital are being credited for giving Mark Rusin a second chance at life.
Mark and Marcie Rusin no longer take life for granted. After Mark survived a heart attack and subsequent weeklong coma, the two are happy to be together. They are making the lifestyle changes necessary to live a long and healthy life.
Bishop Gerald Kicanas of Tucson and Mark Rusin, owner of The Loop Taste of Chicago, go way back. In 1969, when Rusin was a 14-year-old freshman at Quigley South High School on Chicago’s south side, a young Father Kicanas taught there. He was just out of the seminary and became a teacher and mentor to the future restaurant owner.
Mark and Marcie Rusin welcomed their family friend, Bishop Gerald Kicanas of Tucson, to dine last month at their restaurant The Loop Taste of Chicago.
Life is full of fun surprises, and some of the best are known to happen at The Loop Taste of Chicago.
When Loop owners Mark and Marcie Rusin (at right) invited Joe Bergl to their Oro Valley eatery, Bergl got the surprise of his life — seeing a picture of his mother from 1936 on the restaurant’s front wall.
It’s “business as usual” at The Loop Taste of Chicago restaurant in Oro Valley, owners Mark and Marcie Rusin asserted Saturday.
Events with real long-term significance are happening along the Northwest’s next great corridor of development, Tangerine Road from I-10 to Oracle Road. The Town of Oro Valley wants to annex a relatively short section of Tangerine — and a larger section of unaltered Arizona State Land Department trust ground to the south — that, if completed, would be the first contiguous boundary between Oro Valley and Marana.
The owners of an Oro Valley eatery have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
Burlington Coat Factory opens in city
On a recent Thursday morning in Oro Valley, senior softball players suited up for a game. Despite the sunshine, 80-degree weather and mountain views, something was amiss.
College football fans yelling for Notre Dame and Southern California filled the sports bar at The Loop Taste of Chicago Restaurant in Oro Valley on Saturday.
Pinal sheriff is setting up an Explorers post