Surprising bacon desserts, like chocolate bacon Oreo and bacon cookie cake, were stand-outs this year.
The man was at a stop light when he was shot in the 1000 block of West Congress Parkway, police said.
Spike Lee's controversial tax subsidy request and rogue golf carts top our roundup of stories this week.
When asked about the incident afterward, Arsenio Harden, 26, allegedly said, "We took care of business."
Three Floyds chef Pat Niebling used peppers from barrel-aged Dark Lord to make special hot sauce.
Rolando Cortes, 21, was denied bond after a judge declared he was a "danger to the community."
The massive painting, in development for two years, debuts at Mana Contemporary in Pilsen Friday.
The distributor of shoe repair supplies has been passed down for four generations.
The statue left it's podium to make way for construction, but it's still on the United Center lot.
The museum's website was hacked Wednesday but was restored around 10 a.m. Thursday.
As popularity of vinyl increases, Chicago has seen new stores open and older stores expand.
Archivists will be on hand to help repair and preserve home videos in different formats.
Saint Xavier grad student Connie Taylor once relied on the March of Dimes. Now she's an ambassador.
Trader Francis Wisniewski plans to open the coffee and cookie cafe this summer.
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