How To Make Deep Dish Pizza To Celebrate National Pizza DayIt's quite simple...
End Of An Era: Double Door Evicted After 23 YearsAs the scenery around it has changed, the venue has always been a constant...
The Field Museum Is Free For All Illinois Residents This FebruaryIt's a good time to be a museum junkie in Chicago.
Chicago Taxes Disposable Bags - News With Mary DixonStarting today, Chicago shoppers will pay 7-cents for plastic and paper bags at many stores, and Metra riders will pay more to board the commuter trains ... President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, goes to Capitol Hill today. Democrats are expressing concerns about the federal judge's record on women's and workers' rights ... Nearly 1,000 State Department employees are protesting and lawsuits are being filed to challenge Trump's immigration and refugee ban ... while Mayor Emanuel hosted six undocumented teenagers at his home for dinner ... At least 17 bomb threats were reported at Jewish centers around the US yesterday, including one in the north suburbs ... The Army Corps of Engineers is being ordered to issue the easement necessary to finish construction of the Dakota Access pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation ... The Blackhawks lost in San Jose ... We have a chance of some light snow today and temperatures in the low-30s.
The Shedd Aquarium Is Free For All Illinois Residents The Rest Of JanuaryIf you've been undecided about getting over to the Shedd Aquarium, you better do so quickly.
Take A Trip Back In Time With This Video Of 1964 ChicagoFeaturing fantastic footage of Buckingham Fountain, Intercontinental Hotel, Oriental Theatre, and more.
PHOTO: This View Of Chicago From The International Space Station Is Absolutely BreathtakingThis photo of the city is something out of this world!
Full Circle - News With Mary DixonPresident Obama plans to say goodbye where his political career began - here in Chicago. The CTA is adding extra service around McCormick Place this evening ... and the Field Museum, Adler Planetarium and Shedd Aquarium plan to close early because of the farewell address ... Illinois senators have worked out a new budget, but they're waiting until Thursday to present it to the new General Assembly ... Democrats question whether President-elect Trump's appointment of his son-in-law as a senior adviser violates the federal anti-nepotism law. Trump's nominee for attorney general, Senator Jeff Sessions, is expected to face tough questions as his confirmation hearings begin today ... Police around the U.S. are investigating at least 16 bomb threats against Jewish community centers and buildings in nine states in the South and Northeast ... That guy who disrupted Chicago's production of Hamilton and blamed everyone else for his poor behavior in November has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor trespassing. John Palmer is banned from that theater for at least six months ... The Bulls lost to the Thunder and Clemson upset Alabama in the College Football Playoff Championship ... High winds today and rainy, with temperatures in the mid-40s.
There's A No Pants Subway Ride Taking Place In Chicago This WeekendBe sure to bring some disinfectant wipes afterwards.
Chicago & The Doobie Brothers Announce Summer TourThe run of co-headlining dates kicks off on June 7th in Concord, CA.
Being Resolute in the New Year [Listen]Well, looks like it's rolling around to the end of another calendar year, and as such, that it's time to take stock of the past year and look ahead at the new calendar as a chance to make a new beginning, or at the least, inroads to that end.
Three Chicago Neighborhoods Rank Among Highest Binge Drinking Areas In Nation31% of residents in these areas engage in binge drinking behavior.