The Irving Hotel is getting a new sign — and the Six Corners Association wants to find a new home for the old massive neon red, white and yellow one.
Chicago Public Schools officials said they won’t announce how the school, 4071 N. Oak Park Ave., will be used until this fall.
The first lifts of the season had initially been set for Wednesday, but the city’s sloppy, cold weather put a damper on boaters’ plans.
Hosts discuss the arrest of two black men in a Philadelphia Starbucks in episode 11 of “Zebra Sisters.”
At issue are X-rays of the toddler’s head that the defense says do not show a skull fracture, which is central to the prosecution’s case.
Alinea, a restaurant in Lincoln Park, was named “Best restaurant in the World,” by Elite Traveler.
In November 2016, 6-month-old Jeneva Claudette tagged along as her father, Ald. Jason Ervin (28th), attended a hastily scheduled City Council meeting.
A “stepping” dance routine is part of the set by the first black woman to headline the California festival.
Vargas, who represented Mexico in the 2008 Olympic games, told ESPN Deportes that he was shocked by the trunks.
Earth, Wind & Fire’s classic hit, “September,” peaked at No.8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1979.
Its neighbor to the east may claim “The Crossroads of America” title, but by nearly any measure, Illinois is the heart of the U.S. Interstate system.
In episode 10 of “Zebra Sisters,” the hosts reflect on the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and try to come to terms with mortality.
Chance is scheduled to give the university’s 82nd commencement address on Saturday, May 12.