Quenneville Offers To Participate In Blackhawks ReviewQuenneville, 62, coached Chicago to three Stanley Cup titles over 10-plus seasons before he was fired by the team in November 2018.
No Pattern Of Thwarting Evidence By Chicago Lawyers: ReportCritics have alleged for years that taxpayer-funded city attorneys frequently seek to subvert the evidence-gathering process in civil cases in bids to keep damage payouts down or to deflect bad publicity from the mayor.
Chicago Cocktail Reviewer Tries Taco Bell Cantina's 'Somewhat Chemical Tasting' ConcoctionsTaco Bell Cantina has garnered more attention than your average Taco Bell, and for good reason: it's the first in the country to serve alcohol.
Review: The Sad Dad Batman Strikes Again… Hopefully For The Last TimeFor hardcore fans of the series, Batman: Arkham Knight delivers on nearly every front. For those of us capable of acknowledging its flaws, it’s both innovative and frustratingly half-baked.
Review: Axiom Verge Is Better Than Your Favorite Games From The ‘90sAxiom Verge seems like an old trope, but mutates into anything but as the game progresses.
Review: Please Admit That 'Jurassic World' Is No 'Jurassic Park'... And Is Sorta BadThrough awful dialog and plot points, the creators of Jurassic World treat the audience like they're stupid. I don't like being treated like I'm stupid, do you?
Review: Destiny Doesn’t Respect Your Time, So Stop Playing ItI’d be a liar if I said Destiny's basic components don’t draw on the obsessive parts of my brain that keep me playing video games. I just think there are better games to satiate our obsessive needs. Like hunting humans, for example, the greatest game of all.
Mortal Kombat X: A Chicago Video Game Company’s Most Violent BabyMortal Kombat X feels like two games... One that's beautiful, plays well and is a lot of fun, and another that is infuriating.
Chicago Business Files Lawsuit Over Negative Yelp ReviewZwick Window Shade Co., 3336 W. Foster, takes issue with a Feb. 6, 2014 review where a customer claims she and her husband never received a set of blinds ordered from Zwick, according to the lawsuit filed Friday in Cook County Circuit Court.
5 Things About 'The Interview' from Someone Who Has Seen ItA journalist who attended a screening of the film has revealed a few key tidbits about the controversial film.
Metra Under Federal Scrutiny Following Safety ComplaintsA team of 12 federal investigators will focus on Metra's operations, testing, and training. CBS 2's Courtney Gousman reports.
Review: Absolut Chicago Vodka Doesn’t Really Taste Like Chicago, Which Is Probably A Good ThingA Chicago vodka? What's it taste like... A dirty L car? Deep dish pizza? Italian beef? The bricks & mortar of a 2-flat? Actually, and thankfully, it doesn't taste like any of these things.
Naperville Lawyer Sues Man Over Negative Comments OnlineA Naperville lawyer has filed a lawsuit against a man who wrote a bad review of him on Google Plus.
Alvarez Urges Governor To Review State Panel Investigating Police TortureCook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez has written a scathing letter to Gov. Pat Quinn, saying the state board that looks into police torture allegations has acted illegally.
The Rolling Stones Rock Chicago's United Center Along With Special Guest Taj MahalThe natural chemistry between Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts is undeniable, and it showed during their 22 song set on the first night of their 3 show run at Chicago's United Center.