Chicago is a baseball city with fierce fans on the side of either the Sox or the Cubs. Regardless of who you’re rooting for, there is a baseball bar in Chicago that will suit your tastes.
Two legendary acts are coming to Montrose Beach this summer, playing a live show on the sand — a rare occurrence in Chicago.
Keep kosher with delicious Passover desserts from these bakeries in and around Chicago.
For the truly scatological and sophomoric, rifle through any of these local shops for a “laff” riot.
This spring, step outside and check out a live theatre performance in Chicago.
When warm weather coincides with vacation days, the open road beckons. These are some choice destinations doable from Chicago.
With spring break on the horizon, you might be wondering what to do with your kid. Our experts give their tips for a fun and memorable spring break in Chicago.
At at least one school, children were intimidated and shamed into agreeing to take the highly criticized PARCC standardized test.
Watch the games during March Madness at these Chicago bars.
Warm up at these five restaurants/pubs with the best Irish coffees in Chicago.
The New York meat invasion continues, with news that Halal Guys plans to open five locations in the Chicago area.
On average, 86 percent of American adults hold a high school diploma, but how does the Chicago area compare?
The owner of BECLOTHESMINDED zeroes in on the hot trends as Chicago’s chill eases.
CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports on the disconnect between two levels of government.
If a woman doesn’t seem to want to dance with you, showing her your rad switchblade probably won’t win her over.
Much as been reported about Chicago’s murder problem.
This St. Patrick’s Day, head outside and celebrate with thousands at one of many events in Chicago and the suburbs. From parades to dyeing the Chicago River green, there are plenty of fun events on the schedule.
Eighteen percent were undecided in the one-question poll.
Here are five of the best reasons to turn spring break into a Chicago vacation or staycation.
A new book about Illinois politics shows its not-so-proud tradition of corruption dates back further than you might have guessed.