Take one step inside 1871 and you can sense the energy here is different: a place to inspire creativity and support innovation. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.
Located on the North Side, it’s part learning, part rehabilitation and part work center, CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports.
For Chicago hedge fund manager Ray Lilja, hockey has been a lifelong passion he is now sharing with others – specifically, with kids from the inner city who might not be able to afford the expensive equipment and ice time. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.
A Chicago company is blazing a trail with software and 3-D printers to physically create your invention. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.
At the At-Ease Clinic in Lombard, the treatment program emphasizes acupuncture, instead of the usual cocktail of drugs. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.
Anna Stork and Andrea Sreshta saw the images from the Haiti earthquake – with its people plunged into total darkness — and developed a rechargeable product that could provide light through solar technology.
CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan visits a healthcare provider that has been helping the uninsured for decades.
The Uptown venue has an ambitious goal: to end racism. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.
An Englewood club is teaching boys to box and teenagers to turn their lives around. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.
Volunteers at the Logan Square organization can learn to deconstruct and then reconstruct donated computers. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.
One Illinois woman will be receiving an honorary GRAMMY Sunday for her trailblazing work as a talented violinist. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.
The 77-year-old hungered for greatness ever since he grew up on a Louisiana plantation, picking cotton and picking the guitar. By the time he got to Chicago in the late 1950s, he was just plain hungry.
CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports on the fascinating work of a mysterious street photographer.
The citywide choir network has been giving kids aged eight to eighteen a voice for nearly 60 years. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.
The Field Museum is digging into its century-old archive to explain to the world what the 1893 Columbian Exposition was all about.
It started off as a modest event 30 years ago to help the hungry. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.
Sometimes the most powerful lessons are learned out of the classroom. That notion is what drives a program in the Chicago Public Schools, CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.
(CBS) – There are many of us out there who secretly — or not so secretly — would like to learn to play an instrument. But we may not have the time or know where […]
(CBS) — She’s making a name for herself as a composer and has already performed at the White House and Carnegie Hall. Emily Bear is only 12 years old, but if you close your eyes […]
The North Side neighborhood has been changing and growing quickly over the past few decades. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.