PAWS Dog Of The Week: OliviaOlivia has the energy of a playful little pup. She's a lover of long walks, car rides and gets along with just about everybody.
CTA Holiday Train Pulls Into Stations FridayThe holiday train now joins the annual holiday bus that began rolling on Tuesday.
Thanksgiving Comes Early For Brookfield Zoo LemursThe lemurs have celebrated Thanksgiving at the zoo for the past six years.
CTA Holiday Bus Hits The Road, Decorative Train Rolls Out FridayThe CTA's holiday bus, which was to debut at the weekend's Magnificent Mile Festival of Lights Parade, will take up 15 different bus routes during the holiday season.
Project Onward And The Creative Art Of Moving Upward"We know our population that we work with, which is artists with disabilities. But they are professional artists so the focus is on their art. We can talk to the artist and help them refocus on their artwork."
'Nevermore' Will Have More Days For Visitors At ExhibitAlong with the extending the dates of the show, Nevermore will provide free tickets and be open on Wednesdays for Chicago Public School groups "for select hours." 
Matchbox Cars, Coloring Book, Card Game Magic Make Toy Hall of FameThey will be permanently showcased alongside 68 previous winners that include alphabet blocks, the Big Wheel, G.I. Joe and others recognized for their innovation, longevity and ability to foster creativity or discovery through play.
Trina Is The PAWS Chicago Dog Of The WeekJust go to the PAWS Adoption Center in Lincoln Park at 1997 North Clybourn Avenue for more information on Trina and other pets ready for their forever homes.
The Meaningful And Macabre Works Of Chicago Painter Ivan Albright"I think one of the tantalizing aspects of Albright’s work is that it is both enticing and repulsive at the same time. The initial response may be ‘oh that’s gruesome’ but the enticement is how he painted them."
Prince's Posthumous Book Released As Fans Continue To MournPanic, joy, shock: Dan Piepenbring felt them all when Prince plucked him to collaborate on his first memoir, followed by more shock and profound sadness at news of the superstar's death while the book was in its early stages.
Gilded Hollywood 'Silver Screen' Glamour On Display At The Chicago History Museum"Partly what it did was provide hope. So to dress like your favorite movie star was aspirational."