NFL Wild-Card Games Draw Biggest Audience Since 2016Saturday night’s Tennessee-New England game on CBS averaged 31.42 million viewers. Viewership of the Titans’ 20-13 victory was up 1% from the last time the network had a prime-time AFC first-round game, when Pittsburgh-Cincinnati in 2016 drew 31.23 million.
L.A. District Attorney: Weinstein Charged With Sexual Assault Against Two Women In 2013
Curtain Falls For Last Time On Chicago Production Of 'Hamilton'One final curtain call on Sunday ended a remarkable run for “Hamilton” in Chicago.
Brookfield Zoo Announces Death Of African Lion ZendaAccording to the zoo, staff saw that Zenda was having trouble standing and walking. Over the last week, vets were treating his symptoms with medication to ease the animal's pain.
Glenbrook North Marching Band Performs In LondonThey delighted crowds with their upbeat tunes. It's the first time Glenbrook North has participated in the London parade.
The First Babies Of The New Year Born At Area HospitalsTwo couples are sharing their photos of the first babies born in Chicago this year.
Chicago's Trolley And Red Double-Decker Buses Rolling To A StopWhen asked why the company was shutting down, a spokesperson would only say it was a "business decision." No further explanation offered. One hundred fifty people will be out of work.
Lifetime Returns To R. Kelly With A New Powerful SeriesAn estimated 26 million people saw all or some of the original Lifetime documentary series that brought together dozens of people who accused the singer of sexual misconduct and kidnapping.
'The Steadfast Tin Soldier' Now Playing At Lookingglass Theatre CompanyThe story about a tin soldier who never gives up is a take on Hans Christian Andersen’s tale of a soldier’s love for a paper ballerina.
Broadway Composer Jerry Herman, Wrote 'Hello, Dolly!' And 'La Cage Aux Folles,' Is Dead At 88Many of his most notable musicals centered around charismatic women, like "Hello, Dolly!" "Mame" and "Mack & Mabel," which starred Broadway titans Carol Channing, Angela Lansbury and Bernadette Peters, respectively.
Congress Goes On Recess Without Route 66 Preservation FundsRoute 66, also called the "Mother Road," was born in 1926 after the Bureau of Public Roads launched the nation's first federal highway system, bringing together existing local and state roads from Chicago through St. Louis to Los Angeles.
Curtain Set To Fall For Good At Kids-Oriented Emerald City Theatre CompanyA renowned theatre company that both stages plays and offers camps and classes for children and teens is preparing for the curtain to fall for good.
Chance The Rapper Announces Cancellation Of Upcoming TourThere was some disappointing news Sunday night for tans of Chance the Rapper.
Jackalope, Lifeline Theatres Grateful For Grants From Rick Bayless' FoundationTwo north lakefront theatre companies expressed gratitude upon being named the recipients of major grants from Chef Rick Bayless’ foundation.
Illinois Attoney General To FTC: Improve Online Protections For Children“In a world of constantly evolving technology, parents and families should not have to worry about what information companies have on their children."