Easter Sunday Services Adapt To Social Distancing During COVID-19 EraChurches around the area canceled in-person services this Easter Sunday is coronavirus cases and deaths continued to rise.
Church Leaders Prepare For Bizarre Easter, With Remote Services During COVID-19 Outbreak; 'This Is As Real As Real As It Gets'Churchgoers across our area will live stream services, some on their computer, some by phone, at the urging of Gov. JB Pritzker and local leaders.
Student And Tutor Maintain Their Relationship From Third Grade Through High School GraduationIt is a bond measured in years and inches. He was once a baby-faced third grader, who now towers over his friend and mentor.
Meet The Man Reconstructing Chicago's Largest Pipe OrganThe city's largest pipe organ is getting a make-over. Pulling it off is a young man with the skills of a carpenter, the brain of a physicist, and an ear for music.
Cubs Fans Gather At Public Visitation For Ernie BanksFans and friends of the late Ernie Banks gathered at Fourth Presbyterian Church on the Magnificent Mile for a public visitation for “Mister Cub,” who died of a heart attack one week ago.
Chicago's Most Interesting ChurchesNo matter what religion you profess, if you like art and architecture, you should tour some of the churches in your city or in towns you visit.
Fourth Presbyterian Associate Pastor, WWII Veteran John Boyle Dies At 87John Boyle found his path to God after walking into the hell of Dachau. He was a 19-year-old sergeant serving with the U.S. Army forces that liberated the infamous German concentration camp on April 29, 1945.
Get With The Beat With The Best Vocal Groups In ChicagoWhether you are in the mood for a cappella renditions of your favorite songs or just want to listen to choral music, the Chicagoland area has plenty of groups to find what you're looking for.
Best Historical Sites In ChicagoFor tourists and Chicago natives who wish to spend the day exploring some of the city's great architectural landmarks, these places to visit will provide valuable insight into Chicago's rich cultural history.