IDOT will be performing routine inspections on the Kennedy Expy. and Stevenson Expy. this weekend.
The left-field bleachers came down this week as Wrigley Field construction continued.
Blue Man Group is hosting a special matinee this weekend, specifically tailored for people with autism.
The $140 million development will include 148 rental units and nearly 170,000 square feet of retail.
The bar's owner, Danny Beck, is a huge fan of the Royals, who are in their 1st World Series since 1985.
Construction has begun on the much-anticipated restaurant which will serve modern Mexican cuisine.
Kit Kat Lounge and Supper Club, 3700 N. Halsted St., is hosting its annual "Rocky Horror" brunch Sunday.
The Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation hopes to raise $75,000 for the event.
Halloween festivities include "Rocky Horror" screenings, a pig roast, hay rides and free baklava.
With a 60-inch flat screen behind the bar, people can see friends or strangers get tattoos next door.
Lakeview's European Wax Center will dole out free eyebrow waxes and snacks from 4-7 p.m. Sunday-Tuesday.
Downtown 'hoods are expensive and pet-friendly, according to a study by the rental website, Lovely.
Zoe has plans to open Chicago's first DreamDry on Armitage Avenue.
State and city agencies sifted through 1,600 ideas submitted by residents for the $1 billion project.
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