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Dude needs to brush up on his sports trivia.
Take ‘cue lessons while you sip craft beers.
Steve Bartman "all but vanished" after the notorious foul ball incident.
He'll have to do better than a whirlwind trip to fix the lead crisis in East Chicago, Indiana.
He wants to help them "to take up the baton and to take their own crack at changing the world."
Baltimore, Chicago and Houston play a big role in the spike in murders, according to a new Brennan Center report.
The leader of pro-independence group FALN served 35 years in prison before President Barack Obama commuted his sentence.
City Hall is confident it struck the best deal, but police reformers say it won't go far enough.
Angry? Worried? Disillusioned? Heather Booth wants you.
This is your marathon ? not sprint ? moment.
He's back where it all began: Chicago.
Prosecutors say the attack was random and unprovoked.
Fixing potholes while fighting the good fight.
The city will serve as a bellwether for how -- or if -- the Justice Department will fight police abuse under the new attorney general.
It is possible that you may have missed the announcement last week that the Chicago police officer who killed 55-year-old Bettie Jones and 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier, will not have any charges pressed against him. The day after Christmas last year, police were called to the building where Bettie Jones lived. Show More Summary
Michelle Robey, 55, probably had no idea that the corner here in my neighborhood, where she was shot dead Friday night was once the home of a 200 acre movie studio where L. Frank Baum personally helped make the very first version ofShow More Summary
2016 was quite a year. A great year. The most interesting Presidential election year of my lifetime. My first full year as a grandfather. The first time I've ever visited Berlin. The first year during which almost all the books I read were on a Kindle. Show More Summary
The Joffrey Ballet in Christopher Wheeldon's The Nutcracker. Photo by Cheryl Mann. by Catherine L. Tully A different type of excitement buzzed throughout the Auditorium Theatre lobby Saturday night. In years prior the hum has always been the lively anticipation of a ballet that was a familiar favorite-a tradition for many people in the Chicago area. Show More Summary
Last week, a client brought her senior cat to have a pre-anesthetic blood test drawn by one of my certified veterinary technicians for a future dental procedure. Unexpectedly, this client also brought her recently adopted handsome young cat, named Apollo, for a nail trim. Show More Summary
Chicago is lost. Where's the outrage? Where is the disgust? Since the 2015 Thanksgiving Eve release of the Laquan McDonald killing video and subsequent Black Friday protests (#LaquanMcDonald #BlackFriday #BlackChristmas) we have experienced an increase in the mayhem and madness of murders and attempted murders (shootings) - 700+ & 4000+ respectively. Show More Summary