The Annual Chicago Blues Festival Kicks Off This Friday"You don't need to be a blues fan to enjoy good music. The Chicago Blues Festival will be featuring some great music for all people who love good music. Fast, slow, upbeat, and ballads, there will be something good for everyone to enjoy and feel."
Mothers Gather To Remember Children Who Died From Overdoses, Demand Dealers Be Held AccountableThis Mother's Day, dozens gathered to remember those killed by drugs and to call attention to punish those responsible.
Chicago Jazz Festival's 2019 Lineup To Honor Nat King ColeNat King Cole's brother will be part of a tribute to the late singer at this year's Chicago Jazz Festival.
NRA Settles Lawsuit With 'The Bean' ArtistAnish Kapoor filed a lawsuit in June over the NRA's use of a picture of the Cloud Gate sculpture in a video released in April 2017.
Millennium Park Christmas Tree Arrives From ElmhurstThe 60-foot tree arrived downtown around 7 p.m. Friday at in Millennium Park. 
Elmhurst Family's Tree Will Decorate Millennium Park For ChristmasDeborah Orth said it’s not easy to give up her tree, but “the tree’s been way too big for way too long.”
Arts In The Dark Parade To Bring Halloween To State StreetChicago holds its Arts in the Dark Halloween parade Saturday at 6 p.m.
Bike Lanes Blocked By Vehicles Create Chaos For Cyclists Near Millennium ParkIt is a popular spot for Chicagoans and tourists alike—a bike lane along Upper Randolph near Millennium Park.
Loved Ones Rally, Call On Justice System To Punish Drug DealersFamily and friends of people killed by drugs gathered for a rally in Millennium Park.
Hot Weather Forcing Everyone To Keep CoolCity officials stressing those without air conditioning can locate cooling centers throughout the city.
Chicago Blues Festival In Full SwingGuitarist Jimmy Johnson paid tribute to Chicago blues icon Magic Sam at the opening night of the annual Chicago Blues Festival.