Savannah Eadens


Savannah Eadens is a former Chicago Sun-Times intern.

Instagram celeb-pets and common canines alike enjoyed some early spring warmth to benefit the River North shelter.
Anna Hautzinger held her head up high after losing to record breaker James Holzhauer. “I tried my best,” the Norwood Park veterinarian said.
A number of activities, some free, are scheduled this week to commemorate nearly 50 years of celebrating Earth Day.
This was the 22nd year Lubavitch Chabad of Illinois — which has 48 centers across the state — has organized the mitzvah parade.
The kindergartner’s five minute ‘mystery’ podcast — “The Stealer of the Diamond” — has nearly 3,000 plays on SoundCloud already.
Dr. Julie Morita was appointed as commissioner in 2015 and, for two decades, was a “relentless champion for health equity,” the city’s mayor said.
Boy Scout mentor Jim Zoiopolous tells his scouts “to do the best they can, to have an ethical approach to life and everything they do.”
The Chicago Cubs confirmed this week that it plans to host its first allergy-friendly game in nearly a decade.
Following an American Disabilities Act lawsuit filed last year, the recent renovations to Wrigley also include more wheelchair accessible seats, said Cubs spokesman Julian Green.