A Northwest Side community group is asking city officials to reschedule a rally and community policing fundraiser scheduled for Wednesday, which also happens to be Juneteenth, a holiday commemorating ending
Josh McCown was sometimes the starting quarterback, often the backup— and always among the most-respected and well-liked players in whatever locker room he was in. McCown, who turns 40 on July 4, wrote
7 things to know about the Cubs-Sox City Series, including whatever happened to the BP Cup and WGN-TV's swan song
There is at least one thing that brings White Sox fans and Cubs fans together: The city series. The Cubs host the Sox Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Then it shifts to Guaranteed Rate Field on July 6 and
The San Jose Sharks re-signed pending free agent Erik Karlsson to a $92 million, eight-year deal on Monday, turning a one-year rental into a long-term commitment to one of the league’s most dynamic defensemen.
Almost every day I am asked, “Hey man, where’s that Bean?” I answer and though I will try to continue to be civil and helpful, I’m happy to move on to some harder question with this, the 10th installment
A police officer fatally shot a black man in South Bend, Indiana, leading Mayor Pete Buttigieg to return home early from a presidential campaign trip to address the public and reach out to community members.
Iran will surpass the uranium-stockpile limit set by its nuclear deal in the next 10 days, an official said Monday, raising pressure on Europeans trying to save the accord a year after the U.S. withdrawal
A person was shot in an exchange of gunfire with federal officers outside a federal courthouse in downtown Dallas Monday morning, city police said, and a blast was later heard after the bomb squad said
How did an apparently sincere tribute turn into such a weirdly clueless vanity project? The music scene evoked in the documentary “Echo in the Canyon” remains a chimerical wonder, equal parts bliss and
FBI agent: No evidence to back up Brendt Christensen's claim that Chinese scholar was his 13th victim, but 'not saying it's
An FBI agent testified Monday that investigators have not been able to corroborate Brendt Christensen’s claim that he killed 12 people before the abduction of Chinese scholar Yingying Zhang at the University
Alligators, Chinese bamboo pit vipers, tomatillos, frogs with sling shots. All of them green. Only three of them dangerous. And while I’d love to pass an idle hour regaling you with harrowing yarns of
Babes With Blades announced its 22nd anniversary season, titled “Take Control. Take Action. Make History,” reflecting women taking ownership of their environments and the ways in which they might prevail.
Column: Rick Renteria earns the right to lead White Sox to the next level — a chance he didn’t get with the Cubs
Rick Renteria doesn’t own a restaurant in Chicago and, beyond Bridgeport, the humble White Sox manager probably never assumes he can go to dinner anywhere in town without a reservation. That differs greatly
Who makes the best ranch dressing? We tried 14 brands to find the tastiest one for veggies, pizza and much more
There isn’t a more beloved dressing in the Midwest than ranch, and as one of the major cities, Chicago is no exception to the devotion. We don’t just use the creamy white dressing for our vegetables. no.
Hannah Gadsby at the Chicago Theatre: Different from 'Nanette' but she still likes to 'rummage' with your head
“Alright, come on,” comedian Hannah Gadsby said to the uproarious applause that greeted her when she walked abruptly out onto the stage of the Chicago Theatre Sunday night, eschewing an opening act or
“Ada and the Engine”: During the start of the Industrial Revolution, Ada sees the unlimited potential in Charles Babbage’s invention of the first mechanical computer. This play with music follows Ada Charles’
From her perch in front of a TV in Florida, Amy Bockerstette had no doubt. How could she, after she and Gary Woodland had come this far together. “You got this Gary,” she kept repeating as Woodland made
Gloria Vanderbilt, the intrepid heiress, artist and romantic who began her extraordinary life as the "poor little rich girl" of the Great Depression, survived family tragedy and multiple marriages and
Winners and losers: More Cubs on ESPN, Cody Bellinger’s praise for sunflower seeds, Joe Buck hearts Jim Nantz and more
Cubs fans presumably have grown accustomed to ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball,” what with their team playing on it on all but two of the last seven weekends. The bad news or good — depending on how one about
Boeing executives apologized Monday to airlines and families of victims of 737 Max crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia, as the U.S. plane maker struggles to regain the trust of regulators, pilots and the
On a typical summer evening, when she’s onstage performing as a headliner at one of the many country music festivals that dot the map, Miranda Lambert might look out at the crowd and see a familiar sight.
The Cubs might beg to differ, pointing to the close margins in two of the three losses. “That was a great game,” Cubs manager Joe Maddon said after Sunday’s 3-2 loss that became complete when Alex Verdugo
“Do you really want to watch TV with me?” Emily Nussbaum scrunched her face, gauging my reaction. She smiled tightly, then plowed forward: “I mean, I get it. But it just seems weird. It’s one of the things
3 takeaways from the White Sox-Yankees series, including Eloy Jimenez's power surge and Lucas Giolito's 'grinder game'
The White Sox got a good look at their future, and a brief glimpse at the .500 mark, during their four games against the Yankees. The series featured two wins for each team and two sold out crowds at Rate
Residences at Addison and Clark offer luxury living with nods to neighbor Wrigley — but don't expect to see the field
Whether you are a baseball fan or not, living at The Residences at Addison and Clark can be a winning move. The 148-unit apartment community sits across the street from Wrigley Field, and is part of a
Khalil Everage said he’s always loved to entertain people, and he aimed to be the center of attention while growing up on the South Side. It didn’t take long for him to achieve this goal in a big way.
The NHL season is finally over and now we’re all living in a world in which the Blues have won a Stanley Cup. The draft is this week, free agency begins July 1 and trades can happen at any moment. The
Former professional race car driver E.J. Lenzi has an enviable fine-dining resume. For years he worked for his grandfather, Eugene (Gene) Michelotti, at his famed River North steakhouse Gene & Georgetti.
When the Bulls dropped from their pre-draft lottery spot of fourth all the way to No. 7 last month, John Paxson acknowledged a brief moment of disappointment. Then, the Bulls executive vice president on
Like most supporters of President Donald Trump, I have the good sense to know when I’m being flimflammed by liberal media nincompoops. I expect such flimflammery from the likes of Fake News CNN and Even