300 school-age children are taking advantage of the Hockey On Your Block program, which teaches kids the game for free.
The city-state agency that manages Guaranteed Rate Field is out more than $1.2 million and has suspended its chief executive.
Other team executives are still trying to figure out what to say.
Wade Burgess, head of the talent solutions division of LinkedIn, is now Shiftgig CEO; current CEO and co-founder Eddie Lou becomes executive chairman.
Rogers’ event pushed fundraising close to $100,000 for Rahm Emanuel’s third campaign — though the mayor has not officially said he’s running.
Wu-Tang wants to work with the city to find an empty school building that could be used as an umbrella office for peace groups.
“It frames how you look at your life,” said Maria Kim, who left a boutique insurance firm to work for nonprofits after the Sept. 11 attacks.
Griffin, the billionaire CEO of hedge fund company Citadel, will take the stage Sept. 27 with Petraeus to raise money for the Navy SEAL Foundation.
So many residents have sought pro-bono advice from Shiller’s law firm that he formed a nonprofit with volunteer attorneys to handle their cases.
Retired NBA star Charles Oakley and Chicago businessman John Kelly made good on their promise to get Air Jordans for the Orr basketball team.
Some Chicago civic leaders have plunked down $1.5 million to setup a crime-fighting program in the South Shore neighborhood.
Only a few Chicago golfers have teed it up with President Donald Trump. Or only a few will acknowledge golfing with him.
Kashif Shaikh, a co-founder of Pillars Fund, is gaining national attention for pushing back against anti-Muslim rhetoric.
Former Obama aides say the greatest challenge in their job searches has been finding work that compares with their roles in Washington.
Rich Melman and his Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises are taking over the legendary Pump Room.