Blog Profile / Chicagoist

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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Illinois Is The Only Midwest State That Would Not Elect Trump If Only Men Voted

The gender gap is ginormous nationwide, but Illinois dudes break the mold. [ more › ]

Chicago Fire Department Lieutenant Dies After Bicycling Collision

Danny Carbol, 56, is the seventh cycling fatality this year. [ more › ]

West Town Is Getting Split-Rail, A New Restaurant From Chef Zoe Schor

We've been eagerly awaiting Zoe Schor's next move ever since she left Ada Street. [ more › ]

Photos: Cubs Beat Giants For Division Win, Move On To NLCS

The Cubs came back in the 9th inning for a 6-5 win in San Francisco. [ more › ]

World's Tallest Timber Tower Could Be Coming To Chicago's Riverfront

If built, the design could be the tallest wood-framed skyscraper on the planet. [ more › ]

Move It. Chicago Ranks Among Best Cities In U.S. For 'Active Living'

We'll see what the doom-and-gloom winter outlooks have to say about this. [ more › ]

Incomes Have Declined In Most Chicago Neighborhoods... Even The Rich Ones

Almost all Chicago communities saw income levels rise 20 years ago. The same ones have all declined. [ more › ]

Video: Trump Fired 'Celeb Apprentice' Contestant For Treating Board Room Like 'A Locker Room'

As America learned on Friday, Donald "Grab 'em by the pussy" Trump has some interesting ideas about what people talk about in locker rooms. [ more › ]

Wisconsin Couple Neglected Their Child To Join 'Creepy Clown' Bullst

Our neighbor state, who started it all, just made a bad idea even worse. [ more › ]

10 Films You Must See At The Chicago International Film Festival

An Emma Stone/Ryan Gosling-starring musical and the latest from 'Hoop Dreams' director Steve James are just two major highlights. [ more › ]

Local Music Community Mourns Death Of Influential Drummer

William Bumgardner, acclaimed drummer for bands such as Lord Mantis, Indian and Sybris, passed away on Sunday. [ more › ]

Prepare For 'Bitter Cold' This Winter, Warns New Long-Term Outlooks

Frosty temperatures, an early lake effect, above-average chances of precipitation... Get ready, Chicago. [ more › ]

Chicago Public Schools & Teachers Union Reached A Tentative, 11th-Hour Agreement

The new deal preserves the 7 percent pension pick up at current levels for current teachers. [ more › ]

Bridge On The 606 Will Radiate With Light From Celebrated Luftwerk Duo

The duo that dazzled up Garfield Park Conservatory and The Bean with brilliant light installations has big plans for the bike trail. [ more › ]

Quick Spins: Green Day, Bon Iver, Love In October

Green Day rediscovers their mojo, Bon Iver finally gets interesting, and a small Chicago duo makes a big sound. [ more › ]

Photos: Couple Turns CTA Into Love Train With Wedding On The 'L'

There's civic pride, then there's this. Congratulations! [ more › ]

Chicago Public Schools Has Until Midnight To Avoid A Teachers Union Strike

Chicago teachers have been working without a contract since 2015. [ more › ]

A Chicago Bag Fee Poses Real-World Issues For Stores & Shoppers

As the city scrambles again for revenue, some BYO-baggers and independent retailers already run into difficulties. [ more › ]

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