Sun-Times staff

El segundo día del Festival concluyó abruptamente debido al mal tiempo y cancelando el que era uno de los actos principales de su tercera edición.
Cicadas swarm Chicago suburbs, Megan Thee Stallion performs at the United Center, piping plover Green Dot makes an appearance and Wayfair fans flock to its first physical store.
The good — and not so good — for the rookie quarterback.
Ruth never clarified if he really called his shot or was actually taunting the Cubs’ dugout.
The Chicago Bears held their rookie minicamp at Halas Hall, the city’s Jewish community celebrated Israel Independence Day during an event at Daley Plaza, and police cleared out the Chicago area’s last remaining pro-Palestinian protest encampment at DePaul University.
Heather Bergdahl, an ex-administrator, allegedly sent checks worth nearly $500,000 to another individual and received thousands in return. The charges derive from an ongoing federal grand jury investigation into the hospital’s COVID-19 vaccination program.
Games will be shown locally on WCIU-TV, WMEU-TV and Marquee Sports Network.
The yearly Peter Lisagor Awards for Exemplary Journalism honor the city’s best media work.
Contestants come from 50 states and 12 countries, with 2,500 dogs taking part. Only one dog from Illinois will compete in the obedience category. The show continues through Tuesday, when the best in show will be named.