“The goal is to find out more about the houses so [they’re] not just wiped from our memory,” Matt Bergstrom said.
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The $2.5 billion project could break ground in 2020 and faces two more votes at City Hall before it wins final approval.
A corn maze, petting zoo, serial killer art show, chili cook-off and Damen Harvest are among our picks for the Oct. 19-21 weekend.
The burrito is made with 3 pounds of adobo barbecue chicken and 3 pounds of pork carnitas ... plus a lot of other stuff.
The Italian gelato franchise closed all three of its Chicago locations for good last week.
Looking for some fake cobwebs, creepy clowns on a swing or the perfect mustache?
Candidate For Alderman Puts Fake Parking Tickets On Cars To Advertise Campaign … And Neighbors Don’t Like It
"YOUR TICKET FOR CHANGE!" reads Dernard D. Newell's bright orange campaign fliers that greeted drivers Thursday morning.
The shooting happened Thursday morning in the 8700 block of South Euclid Avenue.
The Pixel 3, Pixel 3XL smart phones and Slate tablet are the latest devices to try out in the storefront, which also features a treehouse and photo booth on the second floor.
The most recent robbery happened at 5:30 a.m. Monday in the 900 block of West Washington Boulevard, police said.