'Going To The Moon Became A Tribute To JFK's Dream': Author Charles Fishman On Apollo 11, Book 'One Giant Leap'Fishman's new book takes a deep dive into the hundreds of thousands of people that helped Apollo 11 get to the moon.
Play Opening In Chicago Makes The Case That The Mob Was Behind Kennedy AssassinationRetired FBI agent Zack Shelton collaborated with investigative reporter and playwright Hillel Levin on "Assassination Theater," a new play that makes the case that the late Chicago crime boss Tony Accardo and some of his fellow mobsters were behind the killing of the president.
10 Things You Didn't Know About ChicagoMany know Chicago is known as "the Windy City" and Wrigley Field is one of America's oldest baseball stadiums, but there are a lot of other things about this great city that are not widely known.
Chicagoans Share Memories Of Kennedy AssassinationOn this 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, Chicagoans are remembering where they were at the time.
Boers: 50 Years Later, Remembering The Assassination Of JFK I was 13 years old and had myself strategically placed in the back of my 8th grade Art class at Steger Central Junior high.
Barrington High School To Display Photos Of Kennedy Visit In 1960On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination, a northwest suburban high school plans to show off newly discovered pictures of the late president.
O'Hare Celebrating 50th Anniversary Of Dedication By JFKEven before the formal dedication ceremony in 1963, O’Hare had begun transforming from a former orchard into an economic engine for the city.
50 Years Ago, JFK-Nixon Debate Changed PoliticsIt changed the face of American politics and took place in Chicago 50 years ago in the old WBBM-TV studios. The Nixon-Kennedy presidential debates were the first ever to be televised. The match-up highlighted the importance of image and playing to the cameras in politics.