Jon Stewart Responds To Mayor Emanuel’s Response To Jon Stewart’s Rant Against Chicago Pizza (Is This Getting Out Of Hand?)
A rant about pizza was all it took to seemingly split the country in two — or so some jokes would have you believe.Jon Stewart, apparently not one to let others beat a joke into the ground, had a response for Mayor Emanuel’s gift of Chicago pizza on his Twitter account last night…
Check out the different tree farms surrounding the Chicago area to find out which is the best fit for your family this year.
The incident happened about two weeks ago near Columbus Park on the city’s Far West Side.
Chicago and Mexico City have been sister cities since 1991. Mayor Emanuel’s office says more than 1.5 million people of Mexican descent live in Chicago.
John Stewart, angered by Chicago’s response to the decision to declare One World Trade Center the tallest building in the U.S. over Willis Tower, said some unsavory things about Chicago’s famous deep dish pizza.
Kick off your four-day weekend in style by checking out the following five bar events in Chicago.
With the help of recipes by Chef Bryan Moscatello of Storefront Company, you can serve these heavenly dishes to your gluten-free guests and the remaining pilgrims will love them, too.
Ready for Cyber Monday?
Chicago-area residents with ties to the Philippines are watching and waiting for any news following a devastating typhoon. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
This Black Friday, skip the shopping mall and spend time outdoors or helping others with these five suggestions.
Give yourself a mini pamper session right here in Chicago by visiting one or more of these luxurious spots to treat yourself. You deserve it!
Chicago may not be the galaxy far, far away, but it’s apparently close enough for Disney and LucasFilm. Disney and LucasFilm are hosting an open casting call at the Park West Theatre for Star Wars: Episode VII. This may possibly be your chance to be a Jedi!
The Onion Foolishly Puts Faith In Short-Lived Internet Fad, Plans To End Print Editions (Ha! Good Luck, Chumps)
The very serious and influential news publication known as The Onion has made its first, and possibly last, mistake – it’s decided to end the distribution of its print edition in the awesome city of Chicago (and probably some other lame cities, too).
The Onion announced Friday it is ending the last of its print editions and moving to an all-online format.
Bundle up and head out for some fun this winter break with the following five holiday activities in Chicago.
Owners notified the state that 3,224 people could lose their jobs in Cook County, and nearly 2,400 people in the collar counties surrounding Cook.
Chicago’s Wicker Park area has some great options in terms of nightlife. Whether you’re looking for an upscale hot spot or a comfortable hipster bar, you can find all that and more on Division Street.
Forget cooking on Thanksgiving and head to one of the best Chicago restaurants open on turkey day.
Illinois head basketball coach John Groce is certainly making waves in the recruiting process.
Treat yourself to a pleasant shopping experience by visiting these local shops on Black Friday or Small Business Saturday for some smile-worthy savings.