Cubs Usher From 1945 Has Special Tie To Wrigley FieldSchaumburg resident Stan Rauch hocked hotdogs and pop at the World Series at Wrigley Field in 1945.
Women Gets Cubs Tattoo After Boyfriend Proposes At Cubs GameA woman marks both her love of the Chicago Cubs and new engagement with a Cubs tattoo, after her tattoo artist finance proposed to her at a game.
Cubs Stealing A Little Thunder From Halloween This YearGhosts, creepy clowns and other creatures are on the bench when the Cubs are playing in the postseason. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Chef Homaro Cantu's Life Depicted In Documentary Premiering At Chicago Film FestInsatiable: The Homaro Cantu story, premiered locally at the Chicago International Film Festival Tuesday. It will be shown again next Monday, with a tribute dinner to Cantu that will follow.
Mount Prospect Bakery Dishing Out Cubs-Themed Cookies By The DozensIf the Cubs make it to the World Series, Central Continental Bakery expects to ice up over 100 to 125 dozen cookies daily.
New Documentary Examines The Innovative Career Of Late Chicago ChefHomaro Cantu's death in 2015 here in Chicago was ruled a suicide and it rocked the culinary world.
UPDATE: Five Shot -- One Fatally -- In South Side Drive-ByThe incident occurred around 8:45 p.m. at 67th and Winchester.
Chicago History Museum Offers Treasure Trove Of Cubs HistoryThe storied franchise has a connection to the song "Take Me Out To The Ballgame," CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
The Company And Story Behind The Iconic Chicago Cubs 'W' FlagThe Chicago Cubs iconic ‘W’ flag has been gaining a lot of attention this season, with flags flying almost everywhere.
Cubs Social Media Support Explodes As Team Clinches NLDS VictoryIn our live Facebook chat, we caught up with believing fans from all across the country.
No Baloney: Oscar Mayer's Restored Mansion Is For SaleThe meat baron's 1901 palace once again has the snap of a nice hot dog casing. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
No Longer A 'Food Desert,' Englewood Welcomes New Whole Foods MarketThe celebrations today for many of the workers were about something more.

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