Lidia Bastianich will be at Eataly Chicago for a book signing on Saturday 4:30-6 p.m for “Lidia Day.”
Show busts out of the theme park as the androids revolt.
The conspiracy saga, based on a British series, was “creative catnip” for the Chicago author of “Gone Girl.”
Guy Fieri, host of multiple Food Network shows, was in Chicago Tuesday filming “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.”
Superior Donuts remains fictional, but a real pastry shop is open for business thanks to friends who grew up in the neighborhood.
The series’ characters will leave behind a number of contributions to pop culture including catchphrases and a killer wardrobe.
The premise — science — would not seem guaranteed to captivate a nation where half the citizens cower in self-constructed hallucinatory states.
Before his sitcom success, the actor was a street magician, using skills he picked up in Chicago.
Trump fired off a series of tweets ahead of Comey’s first interview on the book, which offers his version of the events surrounding his firing.
The “Meet the Parents” stars reunite for a new take on their classic lie detector scene.
Trace Lysette is one of two women who came forward last year and accused Tambor of sexual harassment. Tambor has denied the allegations.
From a helicopter, crews capture not just buildings and trains but also the people who work on them.
Kenney says she was running with a “really fast crowd” and doing things that weren’t legal because she’s not 21
12-year-old Maxwell Jenkins, a Coonley student and Midnight Circus acrobat, bonds with an iconic robot on Netflix’s reboot of ‘Lost in Space.’
The 44-year-old said he called 911 and over the course of a minute said, “We’re about to have a baby. We’re having a baby. We had a baby.”