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Surprise! Mike Ditka Is Still Pretty Pissed At Colin Kaepernick

The 49ers quarterback will again protest during the national anthem when the team visits Chicago on Sunday. [ more › ]

Work Underway At Upcoming Italian Restaurant From Owners Of Kal'ish

New windows being installed at 1309 W. Wilson There are changes afoot on Wilson.As Baker & Nosh prepares to vacate their space at 1303 W. Wilson for a much larger space at Wilson & Magnolia, the owners of the newly opened Kal'ish are...Show More Summary

Quick Spins: The Weeknd, Sleigh Bells, Mike Watt, Sting, Taylor Hawkins

It's been a rough couple of weeks. Let's dive into some recent releases that might help us feel good about the world around us. [ more › ]

You Can Soon Enjoy Malört Hot Sauce... If You Dare

The infamous liqueur is getting a kick. Can you handle? [ more › ]

Chicagoist's Guide To December: 20 Fun Things To Do This Month

December is all about enjoying the classics and making new traditions. [ more › ]

There Will Be A Gingerbread House Architecture Competition At Willis Tower

If you need an excuse to turn gingerbread, frosting and gumdrops into elaborate model replicas of Chicago's iconic architectural landmarks, here's one for you. [ more › ]

Our Picks For The 8 Best Donut Shops In Chicago

It's been years since the humble donut usurped cupcakes to claim the crown for trendiest pastry. [ more › ]

Interview: Chicago rapper Brian Fresco is hungry for more after excellent tape 'Casanova'

Tucked east of downtown's tourist-heavy and bustling Magnificent Mile is Seneca Playlot Park. Sandwiched between the Ritz Carlton and the Museum of Contemporary Art, the park is easy to miss, but to rapper Brian Fresco, who chose the spot for his interview with RedEye, this tiny park is crucial...

5 Chicago comedy shows to see this week

A comedy music festival, lots of holiday spirit and the roast of Darth Vader.

Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.

A new Wicker Park spot from The Publican, a book signing with The Cure's Lol Tolhurst and more things to do in Chicago on Thursday, Dec. 1.

Threesome Advice Panel: My SO is always late. How can I ask them to fix it?

My significant other is constantly late for everything. At first I didn't mind, but it really started to bug me. I just feel like it's disrespectful to agree upon a time and just show up late, especially when it's so constant. When I bring it up, the reply is something along the lines of "I'm just...

Riot Fest Partner, Cobra Lounge Owner Sean McKeough Has Passed Away

McKeough was a partner and producer of Riot Fest, and owned Cobra Lounge and All Rise Brewing, and was one of the originators of the Motoblot weekend block party. [ more › ]

Creator Yanks 'Too Much Light' From Neo-Futurists To Increase Diversity

"I realized I had to put my strongest artistic foot forward to combat the Trump administration and all of its cohorts." [ more › ]

Police Warn Of Robberies At North Side Grocers, Drug Stores

There were at least four robberies within two days, police said. [ more › ]

8 Wine Events for December That Will Sparkle

If you're looking for champagne, this is the month for you. [ more › ]

21 Chicago-Themed Gifts That Your Friends & Family Will Actually Like

If you also need some beautiful, well-designed and useful tangible gifts to give your loved ones this holiday season, we've rounded up some of our favorite holiday gift ideas. [ more › ]

Riot Fest co-founder Sean McKeough dies at 42

Riot Fest co-founder and owner of Cobra Lounge Sean McKeough passed away at 42. McKeough, an entrepreneur, musician and tireless supporter of the Chicago music scene also co-owned Cobra Music on the city's Near West Side.  Condolences have been circulating across various social media platforms....

Judges consider extending federal workplace protections for sexual orientation

In a case that could extend workplace protection to the LGBT community, federal appellate judges in Chicago are reconsidering whether the Civil Rights Acts of 1964 protects people from discrimination based on sexual orientation. The case, heard Wednesday before a full panel of Seventh Circuit judges,...

"StudioUs Art School" Opening Soon At 4806 N. Clark

The future home of StudioUs Art School at 4806 N. Clark If you were looking for an art school for your little ones age 4 and up, you will have an option in Uptown very soon."StudioUs" Art school will offer year-round, weekly fine art classes for children 4 and up at 4806 N. Show More Summary

Trump May Be Visiting Chicago This Week

There's already a protest in the works. [ more › ]

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