Happy Tuesday, Illinois! When you have time (ha ha, you say!), this WGN story about the salvage business entertains with the mystery of a home connected to the 1800s Chicago Mayor Carter Harrison, Sr.
‘He was a giant’: Chicago gay rights pioneer Richard Pfeiffer ran the city’s iconic Pride Parade for more than 40 years
He wasn’t loud or imposing, but he seemed unstoppable as he took the Chicago Pride Parade from its ragtag beginnings in the 1970s to the rainbow-bright explosion of joy and self-expression it is today.
6 months ago, they were part of the largest field of mayoral candidates in Chicago history. Here’s what the former City hopefuls
Amara Enyia has traveled to Africa and spent time in California catching up with one of Chicago’s homegrown hip-hop moguls. Bill Daley has moved to New York to work for a Wall Street bank. And Willie is
Illinois public schools will be required to teach students about the contributions made by members of the LGBTQ community under a law Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed last week. The new law mandates that the
Rain-soaked Pride crowds, new mayor revel in historic parade: ‘Our battles are not over, but today feels particularly sweet’
In the 50 years since a brick thrown at the Stonewall Inn started a riot and catapulted a movement, members of the LGBTQ community have marched down Halsted Street led by all sorts of exceptional grand
The annual Chicago Pride Parade was halted due to a severe weather warning that left more than 100,000 people without power Sunday afternoon. Commonwealth Edison spokesman John Schoen said 99,000 customers
Chicago’s Pride Parade was canceled about 30 minutes before it was slated to end due to severe thunderstorms that brought the threat of strong winds, hail and intense rainfall, officials said. Though good