A practical travel guide for the best lodging, dining, transportation and attractions in Chicago, especially for travelers who have just 48 hours to visit America’s third largest city.
CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole purchased a ticket at a multiplex Thursday. Cinema staff, not security guards, were checking bags of anyone attending showings.
It’s that time again! Not long to wait until football season is in full swing. Now, where’s the best place in Chicago to celebrate the season’s beginnings and kick back and watch the opening games? Here are a few of our favorites.
Experience the best of the best Mexican cuisine with these five restaurants.
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for most of the Chicago area.
From buttons to T-shirts, these print shops will give you what you need at reasonable prices.
Looking for some great abstract art? Look no further than these five galleries in Chicago.
After 23 years with the Chicago police department, Officer Richard Wooten retires today, but he says he’s not done working to make the city safer.
Trying to plan when your favorite acts with hit the skies? We’ve got the run-down of the schedule for Saturday!
Pack up the car and travel for a day of fun, history and outdoor activities with your kids with these five destinations near Chicago.
Gisela Lopez left Cuba with her brother in 1956, when she was 18.
Are you planning to get a new dog? Two Chicago experts share some of their tips on how you can housetrain your new pet.
One defendant offers an answer. CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports.
The veterans, all from the Midwest and Great Lakes area, spent Thursday at the South Shore Cultural Center for a day of outdoor yoga and paddle-boarding.
No matter what kind of bar you’re looking for, you’ll find it in River North. Here are five of the best in Chicago’s best nightlife district.
Why wait until morning for breakfast when there are so many great places in Chicago to enjoy it all day long?
Whether you’re looking for gentle Hatha yoga, challenging Bikram or the chanting, more meditative Kundalini, mat masters at these Chicago area studios have all the right poses.
Age doesn’t matter. Young or old, just give yourself permission to be creative, learn a new skill or merely have fun working with clay or painting already-fired (bisque) ceramics. There are studios and centers in the Chicago area that welcome adults and youngsters to hands-on pottery experiences
They wait like groupies outside a hotel, for a kind of rock star — a rock star with four paws and a tail, whose tale leads through Chicago.
Enjoy the summer weather in Chicago while you still can with these family-friendly activities in and around Chicago.