SEEN ON THE SCENE: Adam Lambert had his fans buzzing the other night when they spotted him hanging out at the Library Bar at the Public Hotel on the Gold Coast. … Speaking of music men, Grammy winner and actor Coolio slipped into Harry Caray’s Steakhouse in Rosemont to enjoy a bit of calamari and happily posed with the Harry statue on his way out. The “Gangsta’s Paradise” rapper was in town for a Halloween gig. … Jesse Spencer of “Chicago Fire” was spotted dining at Bar Siena with his girlfriend and his mom — and had such a good time, he came back the next night! … Christie Hefner was seen celebrating mutual birthdays with a few friends at Pomp & Circumstance on North Wells. … Recent sightings at Chicago Cut Steakhouse have been the DJ and singer Shaggy (“It Wasn’t Me”), joined by a nine-person posse — plus (separately) the Cubs’ Kyle Schwarber and country superstar Luke Bryan. … One of the newer entries in the local steakery sweepstakes: STK Chicago recently was checked out by the Blackhawks’ Teuvo Teravainen and Viktor Svedberg. Ditto for the indie rockers the Cults. … Chicago Archbishop Blaise Cupich was spotted quietly attending the closing night of the 51st annual Chicago International Film Festival — screening the fest’s final film: “Spotlight,” which is about the Boston Globe’s expose of the Roman Catholic Church’s cover-up of sexual abuse by priests.
Star sightings: Adam Lambert, Coolio, Christie Hefner
Northwestern University suspended all fraternity-related activities after reports people were drugged at an on-campus housing complex.
Aaron Jenkins was charged with two felony counts of attempted first degree murder, and aggravated battery with a firearm.
Beckham caught five passes from Baker Mayfield for 77 yards, added 10 yards rushing and provided a glimpse of what he could mean going forward for Cleveland’s offense — a scoring threat from anywhere on the field.
Absolutely nothing went right for the Bears in their 26-6 loss to the Browns.
About a hundred people gathered Sunday afternoon in the Loop to demand protection for Haitian asylum seekers along with answers for the mistreatment of Black migrants at the southern border.
Trophies also go to "Jagged Little Pill’s" Lauren Patten and Diablo Cody, both from Chicago suburbs.