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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

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13 Of Our Favorite Events In Chicago This Weekend

Ice skating, Chillfest and a healthy amount of holiday cheer await you this weekend. [ more › ]

Hundreds Of Loyola Students March Against Racism In 'Solidarity' With Mizzou

On Thursday afternoon, in a "day of action" organized on campuses around the country, hundreds of Loyola University Chicago students marched around their Rogers Park school. [ more › ]

Want To Rent In The Marshall Field's Building? Macy's Says It's A Possibility

There's plenty of underused space in the 12-story, nearly nearly 1.3 million-square-foot store, and capitalizing on it is not a bad idea. [ more › ]

'Spotlight' Shows Journalists At Their Finest, Uncovering Church Sex Abuse

It's an iffy critical argument to say a good film needed to be great, but that's the nagging feeling after seeing 'Spotlight.' [ more › ]

Caitlyn Jenner Gives Moving Speech On Coming Out As Transgender

  Caitlyn Jenner took Chicago by storm Thursday with an emotional speech about her journey from a child in suburban New York who knew she had a "female soul" to the Olympics, and beyond—including her role on "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" and being a burgeoning icon in the transgender community. [ more › ]

Macy's Baffling Window Display Shows Chicago Skyscrapers On Manhattan Island

What's up with the Chicago skyscrapers being transplanted to Manhattan? [ more › ]

'Much Needed' Wicker Park Apartments Will Have Rents Up To $4,000 A Month

Developers have broken ground on yet another luxury apartment rental building in Wicker Park. [ more › ]

Inside Gary’s Big Plans To Revive Its Food Scene And Economy

Even by local standards, Gary’s downtown feels eerily empty. Can art and food change that? [ more › ]

How To Have The Best Weekend Getaway In Madison

We recently paid the city a visit, with zero plans and dwindling daylight hours, and discovered a few spots that prove Madison is magic any time of the year. [ more › ]

Behind The Mobile Mini Houses That Rolled Through Chicago Passing Out Italian Sausages

Did you get real a free homemade sausage meal from a real Italian grandma, a.k.a. "nonna," last Sunday? [ more › ]

Comcast Canceled South Side Appointments Because Of Violence

Comcast, the cable company everyone loves to hate, has a new excuse for failing to show up for appointments: the violence plaguing Chicago's South Side. [ more › ]

Photos: The Delicious Pastries At The New Baker Miller Location

Here's a sneak peek at the mouth-watering new offerings. [ more › ]

Student At Another Missouri University Charged With Threatening To Kill Black People

A second person has been arrested for making threats against black people on social media at yet another Missouri university. [ more › ]

Bank Freezes Donations For Disgraced Fox Lake Cop's Family

Donors who want their donations back should contact the individual charity groups that collected the money to inquire about refunds. [ more › ]

Photos: Lightning, High Winds And Heavy Storms Attack Chicago

A storm system rolled through the Chicago area Wednesday night, bringing rain and high gusts of win and leaving some damage in its wake. [ more › ]

Police Could Be Close To Determining Killer Of Toddler Found In Garfield Park Lagoon

The Rockford boy was last seen in mid-August but wasn't reported missing for a few weeks. [ more › ]

What The Kroger Purchase Of Mariano's Parent Company Means For Chicago

In just a few years, Mariano's supermarkets have developed a huge following in the Chicago area. [ more › ]

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