All it will take is one order, perhaps from somewhere far north, and John McDonough will have found truth in idiom.
These eateries, near Chicago’s biggest music venues, are playing your song.
If you haven’t yet forgiven Derrick Rose, get ready.
The City of Chicago has officially opened one of its newest Divvy bike-sharing stations – right outside the United Center.
Hey, anything to keep my mind off Illinois football, ya know?
Blackhawks and Bulls fans looking for the “Madhouse On Madison” sign inside the United Center seating bowl won’t find that iconic signage anymore.
Enjoy the change in season with some of the top performers in music, right here in Chicago.
Justin Bieber’s problems in Chicago just don’t stop.
Complaints to the city forced changes to what some residents believed had been severe parking restrictions for residents near the United Center during the Blackhawks’ run in the Stanley Cup Final.
If there is any grumbling still going on, I can’t hear it.
Before Mayor Rahm Emanuel dug in for the Bulls groundbreaking he shoveled out lots of compliments for high achieving Chicagoans.
Vendors who sell beer, hot dogs, game programs, and more in the stands at Chicago sporting events are in for a rough – but lucrative – six days at work.
During the final night of their three-night stand in Chicago, the Rolling Stones invited Taylor Swift on stage as their guest vocalist for the evening. And for the song choice, they reached far back into their catalog, all the way to 1964.
The natural chemistry between Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts is undeniable, and it showed during their 22 song set on the first night of their 3 show run at Chicago’s United Center.
Midway through the first period of the Blackhawks’ series clinching win Thursday night, a chant not often heard at the United Center broke out.
For one night, performance, geography, expectation and the choice of juxtaposition conspired to make something once so grand seem very small, and very far away.
On March 1, the Blackhawks hosted the Columbus Blue Jackets at the United Center. And just 24 hours later, the Bulls took on the Brooklyn Nets, also at the United Center.
The circus can be enjoyed by all ages, whether it’s the amazing feats or the animal interaction. Chicago has a number of circus experiences geared towards all ages, so make sure to visit an event near you this year.
CHICAGO (CBS) — The Rolling Stones are coming to Chicago to play a concert at the United Center. It’s part of the band’s “50 And Counting’ tour that kicked off last year with shows in […]
DePaul basketball fans who were hoping to see their Blue Demons call the United Center home can forget it.