Chicago-based cartoonist Aaron Renier has been illustrating stories written by himself and others for years. The author of The Unsinkable Walker Bean, Renier’s latest project is an illustrated edition of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s The Yellow Wallpaper for Scout Books. He recently talked with CBSChicago.com about his work…
Serial killer John Wayne Gacy spoke exclusively to CBS 2′s Walter Jacobson in 1992. Here is the revealing, and sometimes disturbing, story.
Dancers usually perform works by outside choreographers, but at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, company members create dances for each other. The dancers of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and Hubbard Street 2 (a training company for six dancers between the ages of 18 and 25) stepped up to the challenge, and the results are on view during the danc(e)volve: New Works Festival, held January 19 to 22 and January 26 to 29 at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro, accused of sexually assaulting a woman more than three months ago, was back in town on Thursday and sources said he’s either already been interviewed by detectives or will be soon.
At the Trump Hotel’s Rebar, inventive sushi rolls and tasty cocktails go hand in hand. At a recent tasting of the new menus, Manager Michael Koury served Le Poire Haute, an elegant blend of pear vodka, amaretto, and pear puree, which you can easily shake up at home to serve at holiday parties.
The Museum of Contemporary Art recently overhauled its 10-year-old 12 x 12: New Artists/New Work program, transforming the idea into Chicago Works, which will feature art by notable local artists. Kicking off the promising new series is Scott Reeder, a professor of painting and drawing at the School of the Art Institute…
Bangers and Lace’s cocktail The Little Destroyer is perfect for nights when it’s too cold to venture outside for a drink.
Phillies bench coach Pete Mackinin and Rangers pitching coach Mike Maddux will be the first to interview for the vacant Cubs manager job.
Bears Coach Lovie Smith said Monday morning that the team’s offense did a “super job” in beating the Carolina Panthers 34-29, but the defense gave up far too many yards.
Ravenswood Remix makes its debut September 3 and 4 from 12-10 p.m. with a line-up up of indie, intuitive, folk and craft art made from recycled and found materials.
Local company, Chicago Soydairy, has made it a little easier to be Vegan: they’ve created a vegan marshmallow, which received the “Best New Product” honor at the 2009 Natural Products Expo West. Find out about all their other Vegan food and efforts…
If you’ve ever felt intimidated to walk into an art gallery, you’re not alone. CBSChicago.com recently chatted with Patrick Skoff about his project, what goes in to planning a cross-country jaunt, and how to make art more accessible.
Boers and Bernstein talked with Chicago Bears’ linebacker Lance Briggs about the NFL lockout and who he thinks is the best basketball player on the Chicago Bears.
With less than a week until Election Day, we wanted to hear from the candidates for mayor in person. So we’ve invited the four frontrunners to sit down for interviews on issues important to the campaign.
With only a week until Election Day, we wanted to hear from the candidates for mayor in person. So we’ve invited the four frontrunners to come into the CBS 2 studio to answer some questions.
With only a week until Election Day, we wanted to hear from the candidates for mayor in person. Miguel del Valle was the first candidate to enter the race and he was the first candidate to sit down with CBS 2.
She’s been out of politics for more than a decade and previously said she wasn’t coming back. But things have changed, she tells CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine.