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The South Side mother of two performed DJ Dennis Ferrer's "Hey Hey," with her baby boy in a sling, delighting CTA passengers.
Roosters Could Be Banned, Other Farm Animals Would Require License Under Newly Proposed Chicago RulesBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Torrance Ly, who opened the business in 2014, doubled its size by moving into an adjacent storefront on Lawrence Avenue.
The poetry vending machine raises money for a Chicago mural group.
Howard University and Hampton University took their rivalry to Soldier Field for the 22nd Annual Chicago Football Classic.
Ald. Brian Hopkins, who co-sponsored an ordinance to force the city to try "cured-in-place pipe" liners in existing mains, said perhaps some day it could ease the city's lead pipe issues.
A coalition of local officials and activists are ready to bring the case for reparations to Chicago.
Jewish Council for Youth Services will give tours of its new location serving Lincoln Square and Ravenswood families this Sunday.
All proceeds from the car wash fundraiser will go towards the eighth grade spring field trip for the class of 2020.
It’s Spider Season, Chicago: As Weather Cools, Spiders Get Their Feast On (Which Is Actually A Good Thing)
No, spiders aren't going to colonize your house — though it may seem that way at the moment.
Open House Chicago Returning With Dozens Of New Sites To Explore, Including Second City, Copernicus Center
Open House Chicago will run Oct. 19-20 this year and is free.