Beyoncé Makes History With 28th GRAMMY And More Award Show HighlightsThe 63rd Annual Grammy Awards are being held Sunday night, airing on CBS at 8 p.m. ET. Trevor Noah of "The Daily Show" will host the ceremony from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and as with other award shows held during the pandemic, there will be no audience for the Grammys this year.
Chicago Area Native John Prine Wins 2 Posthumous GRAMMY Awards, Is Honored With Performance By Brandi CarlileChicago area native John Prine won two posthumous Grammy Awards on Sunday for Best American Roots Performance and Best American Roots song for his last recording, “I Remember Everything.”
Organizer Planning To Go Ahead With Concert In Valparaiso, Indiana This Summer, With Some COVID PrecautionsJamming to live music may feel like ancient history, but tickets just went on sale Friday for one summer show in Northwest Indiana.
Chicago Actress, Standup Comedian Erica Watson Dies Of COVID-19 ComplicationsThe many fans of Erica Watson are remembering the Chicago actress and standup comedian tonight.
Chicago Theater Group Confronts Racism Through Discussion Racism and social injustice don’t make for easy dialogue – but some artists believe the way to bring change to this country is to confront these difficult issues head-on.
Cicely Tyson, Pioneering Award-Winning Actor, Dies At 96Cicely Tyson, the groundbreaking Black actor nominated for an Oscar in 1973 for her role as the sharecropper’s wife in “Sounder,” died Thursday at the age of 96.
Academy Award-Winning Film, TV Actress And Northwestern Alum Cloris Leachman Dead At 94Cloris Leachman, a Northwestern University graduate and Academy Award-winning actress known for her roles in films “Young Frankenstein” and “The Last Picture Show”, and stints on TV shows such as “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” has died.
Theater Operators Hope Hospitality Grants Are 'Enough' To Reopen Next Year: 'This Has Been A Very Long 10 Months'“It’s going to allow us to get caught up."
'Cheer' Star Pleads Not Guilty To Child Porn, Sex ChargesIn the original complaint, prosecutors said Harris admitted to FBI agents that he asked a teenage boy to send him lewd photographs of himself, but that he requested child pornography from at least 10 to 15 others he knew to be minors via Snapchat.
Reports: Comedian And Chicago Native John Mulaney Enters RehabChicago native John Mulaney is reportedly in rehab for alcohol and cocaine abuse. The comedian has a history of addiction.
A Look Back 40 Years Later: The Scene In Chicago And The CBS 2 Newsroom After John Lennon Was Assassinated In New YorkTuesday marks 40 years since John Lennon was assassinated outside his building in New York.
A Look Back At 'Home Alone' 30 Years Later With Chicago Polka Musician Eddie Korosa Jr.It may be hard to believe, but this marks the 30th anniversary of the now classic "Home Alone." Here's a look back through the eyes of Chicago polka musician Eddie Korosa Jr. He and his real-life polka band make a cameo in the movie.
GoFundMe Site Set Up For 'Chance The Snapper' Catcher Alligator Robb Who Needs Heart SurgeryThe gator expert was flown in from Florida to lure the five-foot alligator out of the lagoon in Humboldt Park. Robb took "Chance the Snapper" back to Florida with him.
Alex Trebek, Beloved 'Jeopardy!' Host, Dies At 80
Serinda Swan On Her Character Dr. Jenny Cooper In The CW's 'Coroner': 'The Humanity Seen In Jenny Is Really Resonating With People'The star of The CW show The Coroner discusses the journey her character Dr. Jenny Cooper is going through in Season 2 and why it's resonating with so many people in the current moment.