Harry Caray’s president on navigating through new restrictions and the pandemic

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Grant DePorter, the Harry Caray’s exec who bought the “Bartman ball” at auction for $113,824.16. He later destroyed it so it would not bring more bad luck to the Cubs. He is seen here with Dutchie Caray (left) at his side after he he handed a check to Julie Stoklosa, a representative of the auction house who brought the ball to the restaurant on December 19, 2003. (Tribune Photo by Charles Osgood)

Grant DePorter, president and owner at Harry Caray’s Restaurant Group, joined Bob Sirott to talk about what he’s doing to keep the iconic restaurants safe, his concerns on the new restrictions Governor J.B. Pritzker introduced, and why this time around is different from four months ago.

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