Bridgeport has a vibrant arts scene, growing collection of Chinese restaurants, rich political history, lush green space and the Chicago White Sox.
Ji Suk Yi
Ji Suk Yi is a program host at the Chicago Sun-Times. Ji attended Salem College (Winston-Salem, NC) and received her law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After receiving her J.D. she discovered her heart was in journalism and decided Chicago was the best city in the country to learn about news. She’s proud to call Chicago home for more than a decade.
Explore Ukrainian Village and its interesting mix of historic churches, clever shops, terrific restaurants and more in this new episode of “The Grid.”
Ji Suk Yi’s personal take: “it was very satisfying and validating for me to see people on the big screen who looked like me.”
Grilling over Labor Day weekend? Get some grilling secrets and expert advice from some of Chicago’s top chefs in this week’s “Food We Love.”
Dogs and strollers fill the quiet sidewalks of Roscoe Village. This gem on the North Side, not too far from Wrigley, is a magnet for young families.
WATCH: The horses seem to “dance” as they glide and “bounce” across the arena with intricate footwork reminiscent of figure skating or ballet.