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With one month to go in the spring General Assembly session, the BGA is pushing hard for reforms that create a more just, accountable and efficient Illinois government.
For Mother's Day, bringing Mom breakfast in bed is special... if you're five years old! It's time to treat Mom to a fabulous Mother's Day brunch.
So there you are, probably making some spring salad, and he walks in and dumps you when all this time you probably wanted him to put a ring on it. There is never a good time to break-up with anyone, but consider it a gift.
An ideal Chicago evening during the spring consists of dining al fresco, but getting a reservation can prove to be nearly impossible. So we've rounded up a few amazing restaurant patios where your wait for an outdoor seat might come in at under an hour.
Although the Cubs have built a legion of loyal fans over the years, the team's home at Wrigley Field remains an important component to its economic success.
At a presentation to promote the hotel, architect Dirk Lohan, Mies van der Rohe's grandson, gave a talk that revealed some unknown facts about the 52-story office tower, which opened in 1973.
Ever get stuck in a rut or find yourself in funk that lasts too long in work or at home or in a relationship? Twenty-nine artists all too familiar with overcoming a creative block share their secrets for breaking free.
It's no secret the State of Illinois faces an enormous budget crisis. Vital services across the state are being squeezed out to pay for past-due obligations to pension plans and debt service.
The system is broken. It's eating us alive. We do not value human life -- or, for that matter, life itself -- at the core of our social structure. But even the immensely powerful among us affect to value it after the fact, as rescuers pull bodies from the rubble and the survivors wail.
Meet Richard Farina, Chef de Cuisine at moto. Learn about what makes him tick and how he turned his passion into a successful career.
Every double foul, ridiculous flagrant and soft technical that these officials call makes me sick to my stomach. This isn't playoff basketball, it's kindergarten basketball.
I believe the proper term is physical education, but in 1970s Chicago it was called gym class or simply gym.
Chicago, there are so many other images that can symbolize you more succinctly, more accurately, more artfully.
If you or I get a subpoena for documents, we are supposed to do our best to find them and produce them. A subpoena, after all is a court order. But the Chicago police see it differently.
One positive side effect of Congress passing comprehensive immigration reform would be an increase in workplace safety and a reduction in the staggering number of fatalities and injuries suffered by workers on the job in the United States.
Chicago has become such a foodie city that I don't think we even realize just how foodie we are.
When I was 22, I buried my mother. I remember few details of her funeral except these: It was a rainy, cold and gray December...
My grandma makes a mean pan-fried milkfish, and her pork and daikon soup is pretty legit. But she lives in southern Taiwan, and Grandma J's Local Kitchen is less than a mile down the street. Sorry, Ah-Ma, when Sunday Funday rolled around last week, Grandma J's was the superior option.
Longform improv masters TJ Jagodowski and David Pasquesi return to The Interview Show to talk with me about some of the same exact things he...
Happiest Song, currently showing in the Goodman's Owen Theatre, is the third in Quiaria Alegria Hudes much-lauded Elliot trilogy. The last installment won the Pulitzer Prize.