Best First Date Spots In ChicagoWhen it comes to first date locations, think beyond restaurants and consider meeting at these locations in Chicago.
Players Should Use Caution With Popular 'Pokemon Go' AppOnly days since its launch, one app is being called a cultural phenomenon.
Best Live Dance Performances Coming To ChicagoDance offerings in Chicago range from contemporary and hip hop to tap and ballet. And don't just limit the fun to one event.
Best Outdoor Art In ChicagoThose examples are a mere sampling of Chicago's terrific Public Art program. On the east side of the downtown, that is east of the "Loop" formed by the "L," you walk around art in Grant and Millennium Parks. Out in the neighborhoods, you find viaducts and embankments covered with murals.
Neighborhood Guide: The LoopHere's where you can grab a drink, see a show and more in Chicago's historic Loop neighborhood.
Amateur Photographer Corners 'Jumping Bean' MarketLegal secretary Susan Moody shoots pictures of people in mid-air at Millennium Park's "Cloud Gate" sculpture, a.k.a The Bean. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
5 Must-See Cities On Your Midwest Road TripA profile of the five must-see cities on a road trip through the Midwest
Best Date Night Spots In ChicagoTuning in on personal likes and dislikes makes planning easier. But what if you don't know yet?
Ice Skating At Millennium Park Opens Friday, Maggie Daley Ribbon Opening Soon In yet another sign that winter is upon us, downtown ice skating opens up again this weekend.
Chicago's Christmas Tree On The Move From Northlake To Millennium ParkThe city’s official Christmas tree was cut down Monday morning from in front of a home in west suburban Northlake.
Cubs, Blackhawks Fans Unite On Big Day For Photos With Stanley CupChicago might be in the midst of Cubs fever, but there’s still a championship Blackhawks team to celebrate. Blackhawks fans can take pictures of the Stanley Cup on Wednesday at Millennium Park or at the Field Museum.
Emanuel Loses Bid To Void Daley Administration's Park Grill DealThe city sued the owners of the Park Grill in December 2011, arguing their 30-year concession agreement was invalid, because the city owns most of the land, and the Chicago Park District did not get City Council authorization for the contract.