- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Life-Threatening Waves, Currents Expected At Lake Michigan Beaches Thursday And Friday
Dangerous waves up to 7 feet tall are expected at beaches. People are advised to stay out of the water.
Want A Hot Dog … Without The Beef? Here Are 22 Veggie Dog Options In Chicago
Trying to get a Chicago-style dog sans the beef? We've got you covered with these local vegetarian and vegan spots.
Chicago Style: 40 Photos Of Hot Dogs — And The Stands We Love — To Make You Drool Today
PHOTOS: In Chicago, hot dogs aren't just a meal — they're a work of art.
Chicago’s Ultimate Ice Cream Guide: 100+ Places To Get Soft Serve, Shakes, Paletas And More Across The City
From soft serve to Thai rolled ice cream, mangoneadas and paletas, we've rounded up more than 90 spots with the best chilly sweet treats in Chicago.
Shedd Aquarium Rides Shark Week Wave With Activities For Teens, Kids
The Shedd will extend its hours on Wednesdays for the rest of July to allow people to visit its 12 species of sharks and other creatures.
A LGBTQ+ Community Center Is Coming To The South Side. Neighbors Say It Needs Collaborative, Local Leadership
Howard Brown Health is planning a South Side health and community center for LGBTQ residents, supported by $15 million in state funding.
Dangerous, 6-Foot Waves Possible At Lake Michigan Beaches On Thursday
People should avoid going near the shore or swimming at Chicago's Lake Michigan beaches, the National Weather Service warned.
Weekend Fireworks Led To Fires, Traumatic Injuries Across Chicago: ‘This Was A More Intense Year’
The city saw 30 building fires, 27 garage fires and 293 rubbish fires Sunday night through Monday morning. Many of those fires "can reasonably be considered to be the result of fireworks activity," fire officials said.
Bears Should Focus On ‘Being Relevant Past October’ And Stop Threatening To Move To Arlington Heights, Mayor Lightfoot Says
The Bears submitted a bid to buy the closing Arlington International Racecourse in suburban Arlington Heights. Mayor Lori Lightfoot dismissed it as "clearly a negotiating tactic."
‘Life-Threatening’ Currents, Waves Will Make It Dangerous To Swim In Lake Michigan Monday
This week is expected to be mostly sunny and warm in Chicago, though.
Why Teachers At Chicago’s First All-Male Charter Network Have Gone On Strike
Teachers voted unanimously to strike in late May and want pay increases that would put their salaries closer to those of teachers at CPS schools.
Chicago Beaches Officially Reopen Friday With Lifeguards, Amenities
Concessions will make their return for Memorial Day weekend.
Chicagoans Who Get Vaccinated At City-Run Sites Can Get 5 Free Tickets To Six Flags
The city is bringing COVID vaccinations events to salons, beaches and other spots around the city this week and over Memorial Day weekend.
South Loop Farmers Market Returning To Printers Row, Near South Side
The Printers Row location, 632 S. Dearborn St., resumes May 29. The Prairie District location on Michigan Avenue also will return in mid-June.
COVID Vaccine Shots Available Friday At South Loop’s Village Leadership Academy
Pfizer doses will be used at the event, meaning children 12 and older can get vaccinated there.
Festivals Are Returning This Summer. Here’s A Peek At What’s Back
Mayor Lightfoot announced officials have begun reviewing applications for outdoor festivals, street and arts and craft fairs and athletic events.
Bishop Louis Henry Ford, Namesake Of Freeway And Eulogist At Emmett Till’s Funeral, Was Chicago’s 1st Historic Preservationist
Chicago’s oldest house, the 1836 Henry B. Clarke House, was bought by Bishop Ford in 1941 and cared for by Ford and the St. Paul Church of God in Christ until it became a city-run house museum in 1982.
Electric CTA Buses Hit Chicago Streets — And More Coming In Years Ahead
The CTA has begun testing out electric buses on the No. 66 Chicago route. If testing goes well, the city agency will move forward with its plan of making the entire fleet electric by 2040.
New Vaccination Site For Union Workers Will Be Able To Do 1,200 Shots Per Week
The South Loop site at 2260 S. Grove St. will be able to vaccinate about 1,200 people per week, though it will do more once more doses come to Chicago.
Manny’s Deli Will Give Away 1,000 Sandwiches If People Come In Wearing A Mask Properly. Can You Pull It Off This Time, Chicago?
Earlier this month, the restaurant said it would give away sandwiches if customers could keep on their masks for 30 straight days. Within hours, someone broke the streak.