Margaret Burroughs will be remembered by the museum with a scholarship in her honor to a single mother.
The tragic comedy will run through Nov. 23 at University Church.
RadPad studied 18,000 listings and found the priciest, and cheapest, neighborhoods to rent nearby.
A local research team has tracked bats throughout Chicago and said they pose virtually no risk to us.
A California real estate company has started a fundraising drive to buy the gangster's former home.
Neighbors and Students complained that police are not accountable for who officers are stopping.
Joe Herbert said running his camera shop keeps him sharp, focused and happy to go to work.
The sci-fi film has roots in Logan Square — and 10 days left to secure Kickstarter funding.
The Charlie Trotter protege will open La Diosa, a casual counter-service spot, in November.
The restaurant would be the first Kosher deep-dish pizzeria in Chicago, Rabbi Yosef Moscowitz said.
The Univeristy of Chicago will host two days of events in honor of the Nobel Prize-winning economist.
The annual baking competition is looking for the best pies on the South Side.
Former "Mr. Basketball" who played for Simeon is now recruiting and coaching for the Flames.
Choosing the face cards was tough for Hyde Park artist Joe Mills, who had to decide whom to leave out.
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