'Mask Up And Live' Campaign To Help Chicago's Black Community Fight COVID-19Supporters of the "Mask Up and Live campaign" said it's been difficult to get personal protective equipment into urban neighborhoods.
Shedd Penguins Get A Lyric Opera SerenadeThe Lyric Opera ended its season early and the Shedd Aquarium closed its doors to visitors because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
'Our Show Really Makes You Laugh': Bashir Salahuddin & Diallo Riddle On Comedy Central's 'South Side'The creators of "South Side" on Comedy Central explain how they want to use their show to change the perception of Chicago nationally.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: BelinaThis one-year-old boxer mix has a wonderful personality and a big passion for training and learning new tricks. She'll flop on the floor if she doesn’t get her way, but will quickly bounce back and run over and give you kisses.
Chicago's Small Business Owners Wait For Help From The City 'Expenses Piling Up'The city's Small Business Resiliency Fund totals $100 million. It provides emergency loans of up to $50,000 to businesses with 50 employees or fewer, with 50% going to payroll. Around 6,500 have applied for their share.
Singer-Songwriter, Chicago Area Native John Prine Dies After Battle With COVID-19Singer-songwriter and Chicago area native John Prine died this week at the age of 73, following a battle with COVID-19.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: RileyRiley needs a quiet home with another pup where she will feel loved and confident.
Curtain May Be Down In Old Town, But The Second City Launches Performances Via ZoomThe COVID-19 crisis has brought the curtain down on all theatre performances, but The Second City is bringing entertainment to your living room.
Jazz Great Ellis Marsalis Jr. Dead At 85; COVID-19 Involved“Ellis Marsalis was a legend. He was the prototype of what we mean when we talk about New Orleans jazz. He was a teacher, a father, and an icon — and words aren’t sufficient to describe the art, the joy and the wonder he showed the world."
Lions Brutus And Titus Arrive At Brookfield Zoo“We wanted to share some happy news during this trying time and are looking forward to when guests can visit the zoo to see Brutus and Titus.”
Grandparenting Goes Digital As Virus Keeps Older Adults HomeThey’re replacing chats on the porch with friends with Facebook conversations, or connecting with church congregations through video-messaging apps like Marco Polo.
Royal No More: Harry And Meghan Start Uncertain New ChapterThe couple plans to launch a non-profit organization for their charitable activities in areas including youth empowerment, mental health, conservation, gender equality and education.
Accordion Class Presses On In Virtual World Amid COVID-19 Stay-At-Home OrderPre-COVID-19, there was a group eager to learn the accordion – and while they aren’t in the same room now, the show must go on.
Singer-Songwriter, Chicago Area Native John Prine In Critical Condition With COVID-19 Symptoms, Family SaysThe family of John Prine said Sunday that the singer-songwriter and Chicago area native is critically ill and has been placed on a ventilator while being treated for COVID-19-type symptoms.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: LeroyIf you live in a quiet home without any children and have had a little man like him before, he might be you perfect match.