Apparently Not Fake News: A 'Hipster Nativity Set' For $130Modern Nativity has recast the classic tableau of Baby Jesus, Mary and Joseph, the Three Wise Men et al as as "Hipster Nativity Scene."
Attorney For Chicago 'Hamilton' Heckler: Audience At Fault For DisruptionAn audience member at a Chicago performance of "Hamilton" was arrested after he allegedly caused a politically charged disturbance. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Chicago Performance Of "Hamilton" Disrupted, Man ArrestedA 56-year-old man was arrested Saturday night, after disrupting a Chicago performance of “Hamilton,” and refusing to leave the theater.
Steve Goodman's 'Go Cubs Go' Song Explodes -- After Family Sells The RightsRosanna Goodman tells the Chicago Sun-Times the song's surging popularity is a fitting memorial to her folk musician father, who died in 1984.
Oprah Selling Last Chicago Area Property In Elmwood ParkThe last trace of talk show queen Oprah Winfrey’s roots in the Chicago area is up for sale.
After Rally, Chance The Rapper Leads Hundreds To Early Voting SiteThings got interesting in Chicago's Loop, the night before Election Day. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Theo Epstein Parties Hard, Vows To Leave Jed Hoyer In Charge As He Goes On 'Month-Long Bender'"I'm relinquishing my presidential duties," Epstein joked.
AT&T Buying HBO And CNN Owner Time Warner For $85.4 BillionThe merger combines a telecom giant that owns a leading cellphone business, DirecTV and internet service with the company behind some of the world's most popular entertainment.
A Uniquely Chicago Swap: 'Hamilton' For Cubs TicketsSome people want to see potentially historic baseball, others want to watch the nearly impossible-to-see Broadway smash, CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Cubs Stealing A Little Thunder From Halloween This YearGhosts, creepy clowns and other creatures are on the bench when the Cubs are playing in the postseason. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
New Documentary Examines The Innovative Career Of Late Chicago ChefHomaro Cantu's death in 2015 here in Chicago was ruled a suicide and it rocked the culinary world.
Chicago Film Festival Marks 52nd YearThis year's event, which kicks off Thursday, will honor directors Peter Bogdanovich and Steve McQueen and the legacy of Charlie Chaplin. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.