In Ukrainian Village, two-flat’s owner was glad to have out-of-this-world mural decorate ‘ugliest building’
The painting was done in April by the Belgian artist Renaud Taelemans, who goes by “My Name Is Ebo,” to promote a concert for the electronic dance group Ganja White Night.
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Bally’s play for long-awaited Chicago casino now up to state regulators — but hopes to open temporary site next year face long odds
Bally’s has filed its application with the Illinois Gaming Board seeking approval for a $1.7 billion riverfront casino-resort. The city is hoping a temporary casino can open by next summer. But the board has up to a year to review the application, with the possibility of an extension beyond that.
While we wonder whether the Chiefs’ new quarterbacks coach will ask mentor Andy Reid to dial up something special against his former team Saturday, we present questions the Bears must answer in their preseason opener.
The author was attacked Friday as he was about to give a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution in New York.
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The abortion decision represents a huge victory for these forces and against the will of the American people.
By the time all the summer evaluation periods concluded in July, the 6-8 Drew Scharnowski had 20-plus offers.
A spokesperson for Meals on Wheels Chicago says the organization wants to expand its service by launching the Nourish Chicago Food Pantry.
Newly released report says COPA recommended firing of cop who worked under disgraced Sgt. Ronald Watts
Alvin Jones retired from the police department in May. A police oversight agency recommended last year he be fired for lying and falsifying reports.
What the Kansas vote against abortion restrictions mainly signified to me was bedrock Americanism: essentially, “You’re not the boss of me, and it’s none of your damn business.”
The Chicago publisher became one of the most prominent voices in the city as his magazines celebrating the Black community, Ebony and Jet, reached untold heights. Here’s how he did it.
Louis Cato, who has served as interim bandleader this summer, will take over on a permanent basis when the show returns for its eighth season in September.
The bicyclist was struck by a black SUV in the 9900 block of South Avenue L, Chicago police said.
‘I see every day my son dying.’ Mother pleads for help finding driver of Jeep who struck her 5-year-old son
Taha Khan was weeks from turning 6 and was looking forward to a party with a Pokémon theme.
Caray, who died in 1998, was brought back in the form of a hologram during the seventh inning stretch in Thursday’s game.
Cody Bertrand’s sighting while practicing for an Angler’s Choice tournament on Lake Calumet led to the finding and removal a 22-pound silver carp; plus a primer on what to do in such cases.
The person was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center in critical condition.
The Sky will enter the 2022 WNBA playoffs an even better team than last year. Here’s a look at some notable numbers from a record-breaking year.
Health experts point to data in Australia, where flu season runs from May through September, to get a sense of what’s possible for Americans. This year by mid-July, nearly 205,000 cases were reported and 181 people have died, according to the data.
Defense attorney Beau Brindley faced perjury and obstruction of justice charges seven years ago in a bench trial before U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenweber, who cleared the rising-star lawyer.
The shootings include a person seriously wounded by a Chicago police officer in Back of the Yards.
Everything was fine when it was just the two of them during the pandemic, but as the world opens up, it’s clear he doesn’t play well with others.
‘Where is Taha?’ 5-year-old boy dies when he is hit by two cars after wandering from Northwest Side home
The Sky could regain control of the No. 1 seed with a win Sunday against the Phoenix Mercury and an Aces loss to the Seattle Storm.
The Blue Devils’ seniors believe everything is back in its right place now that quarterback Adam Behrens has returned.
The Cubs took an early lead, as Seiya Suzuki, Nico Hoerner and Ian Happ combined to drive in three runs in the first inning. Nick Madrigal’s fourth-inning single gave the Cubs a 4-0 lead.
The Cubs and Reds played in the second annual Field of Dreams game on Thursday. What’s the next marquee event?
Weak buddy-movie premise pairs the tapped-out hero with a geeky partner (Dave Franco).