City Announces 'Cannabis Resource Fair' On Saturday To Help Chicagoans Navigate Legal Weed IndustryThe city will host a “Cannabis Resource Fair” on Saturday to help people find jobs and business opportunities in the burgeoning recreational marijuana industry, and learn about their rights under the new state law.
Operation Warm Handing Out Thousands Of CoatsIt's the nonprofit's 11th year partnering with the Chicago Housing Authority to distribute new winter coats to children in public housing.
Best Fall Festivals In ChicagoFrom macaroni and cheese to Oktoberfest with a rock-and-roll twist, take a look at some of the must-see fall festivals in Chicago.
Dia Del Nino Festival Celebrated At UIC ForumHundreds of parents along with their children are spending time together at the Dia del Nino festival.
Best Chicago Places To Celebrate Women's History Month 2014Sometimes a little nudge is needed to recognize women's contributions to the professions and the world.
Baconfest Tickets On SaleBaconfest co-founder Seth Zurer pictures bacon as inspiration for the ages.
Hundreds Gather To Mourn Loved Ones At Annual Victims' Memorial Several hundred people who all shared something in common -- the violent loss of a loved one -- gathered Saturday at the UIC Forum to share, remember and heal.
Families Mourn Loved Ones At State's Attorney's Victims' MemorialSeveral hundred people who all shared something in common -- the violent loss of a loved one -- gathered Saturday at the UIC Forum to share, remember and heal.
President Obama Makes Campaign Trip To ChicagoPresident Barack Obama was back in Chicago on Wednesday for a trio of fundraisers for his re-election bid and a surprise visit to his campaign headquarters.
Activists Take Stand At 'People's City Council Meeting'The UIC forum was packed with more than 1,000 activists and union members Thursday night for the first ever “People’s City Council Meeting.”
Groups At Meeting To Urge Aldermen To 'Put People First'Community activists, advocacy groups and union representatives will join 20 of Chicago’s 50 aldermen Thursday night for the first ever People’s City Council Meeting.