Kate Sullivan

Laura Martinez, the chef of La Diosa. (CBS)

Your Chicago: The Chef At La Diosa

There’s no one quite like Laura Martinez, who runs a Lincoln Park Restaurant. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.



Your Chicago: Al Fresco Dining

CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan checks out three new hot spots.


A Man Uses A Computer Mouse. (AP Photo)

The New Literacy: Computer Coding

CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan introduces us to a coding curriculum creator and some coding kids.


Obiageli Ezekwesili. (Credit: CBS)

Founder Of ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ Movement Vows To Never Give Up

It was an inspiring morning for Chicago women as the Women in the World breakfast was held at the Museum of Broadcast Communications on State Street.


A kid scientist performing on the Letterman Show. (Credit: CBS)

Letterman Show Appearances Left Lasting Impressions On Kid Scientists

The end of the Letterman era on TV is especially poignant for one group of Chicago area people.


A foie gras-covered hot dog is among the signature meals at Hot G Dog in Andersonville. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Hot G Dog, Heir Apparent To Hot Doug’s?

When owner Doug Sohn closed the Chicago favorite Hot Doug’s in Roscoe Village, two line cooks decided to strike while the griddle’s hot and open their own place. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.


Barrel of Monkeys performs in front of school children. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Barrel Of Monkeys

The program exposes Chicago Public Schools students to creative writing and professionally trained actors. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.


The Peterson Garden Project, known for teaching people how to grow food, is now teaching folks how to cook gourmet-quality meals. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Peterson Garden Project

Now, the organization is teaching people how to cook the food they grow. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.


Members of the Apollo Chorus of Chicago rehearse. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Apollo Chorus

The oldest musical group in the city formed a year after the Great Chicago Fire. The organization is still around. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.


Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner faced off at a debate hosted by CBS 2, the Chicago Urban League and The Business Leadership Council on Oct. 14, 2014. (Credit: CBS)

Quinn, Rauner Square Off Over Minimum Wage

Tuesday night’s debate was held at the DuSable Museum of African American History on Chicago’s South Side.



Buyer, Beware: Some Foods Aren’t What They Claim To Be

Researchers say nearly 10 percent of all food is fraudulent. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.


Chicago Water Taxi (Credit: Wendella)

Your Chicago: Chicago Water Taxi

Three hundred thousand people a year take a Chicago Water Taxi on the Chicago River. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.



Your Chicago: Al Fresco Dining

CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan takes us on a tour of some of Chicago’s nicest outdoor dining areas.


An example of one of Jeff Zimmermann's murals (Jazim.com)

Your Chicago: Muralist Jeff Zimmermann

Jeff Zimmermann creates public works of art that can be enjoyed by everyone, and you don’t have to look far to find his work. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.



Your Chicago: Devon Avenue

A walk along Devon Avenue is a feast for the senses: the food, the fashion, the shopping and the scenery. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.



Your Chicago: 1871 Tech Incubator

Take one step inside 1871 and you can sense the energy here is different: a place to inspire creativity and support innovation. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.


The Kangaroo Cup was invented with the help of Inventables software. (Imagiroo.com)

Your Chicago: Inventables

A Chicago company is blazing a trail with software and 3-D printers to physically create your invention. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.


YouTube clip for a promotional video for luminAID. (Luminaid.com)

Your Chicago: The Developers Of luminAID

Anna Stork and Andrea Sreshta saw the images from the Haiti earthquake – with its people plunged into total darkness — and developed a rechargeable product that could provide light through solar technology.


Mile Square Health Center (CBS)

Your Chicago: Mile Square Health Center

CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan visits a healthcare provider that has been helping the uninsured for decades.


A young boxer works on a speed bag at Crushers Club. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Crushers Club

An Englewood club is teaching boys to box and teenagers to turn their lives around. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.