In Social Media Era, Debate Watchers Will Have Multiple Screens GoingSome people will be multi-tasking, with televisions, computers and smart phones as they interact with others. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey reports.
Founding Father Of 'Hamilton' Accepts Arts Award In ChicagoWunderkind Lin-Manuel Miranda, who created the Broadway smash, accepted an honor from Chicago's National Puerto Rican Museum of Art and Culture. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
'Star Trek,' Which Debuted 50 Years Ago, Foreshadowed Smart Phones, Other Innovations“Star Trek,” the sci-fi phenomenon, debuted 50 years ago. It promised a world full of hope and technological advances.
Actor Hugh O'Brian, TV's 'Wyatt Earp,' Dies At 91The actor established Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership.
At MTV Video Music Awards, Kanye West Speaks Out About Chicago Gun ViolenceKanye West speaks about Chicago's gun violence at MTV's Video Music Awards.
Movie About The Obamas' First Date Opens, But How Accurate Is The Flick?It's called "Southside with You," and is based on the pivotal experience between America's first couple. CBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports.
Eddie Vedder Halts Wrigley Concert To Kick Out Unruly FanPearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder brought Monday night’s concert to a sudden halt when he apparently saw a man in the Wrigley Field crowd harassing a woman, and kicked the man out.
Eve Plumb, Who Played Jan Brady, Is A Real Estate Genius It turns out Jan Brady knew all along that is wasn't always about "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia" but really about "location, location, location."
Actor Who Portrayed R2-D2 In 'Star Wars' Films Has Died: ReportsThe diminutive Kenny Baker, 83, also had roles in "Time Bandits" and "Flash Gordon."
Dwyane Wade Appeared On Stage At LollapaloozaWade is hitting up all the headlining events in Chicago.
Lollapalooza Kicks Off 25th Anniversary In Grant ParkThe gates opened for Lollapalooza on Thursday, with plenty of security in place, although there was a slight delay in kicking off the festivities.
CTA, Metra Offer Extra Service For LollapaloozaThe CTA and Metra will add trains this weekend to accommodate thousands of passengers headed for Lollapalooza in Grant Park.

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