In addition to reporting for DNAinfo Chicago, Holliday co-founded a comic journalism project.
Most people only notice typography when it fails to do its job, gallery director Meg Duguid says.
KONKOL: Aspiring comedian Willy J. Sasso's bachelor's degree in funny pushed him closer to his dreams.
Owner Tom Cassling has been fixing instruments for four years, and has developed a loyal customer base.
Tim Heppner of Ecotelligent Design will lecture on lowering emissions without abandoning heat and AC.
Photo archivist Karen Bean is behind "Mammal Monday," "Taxidermy Tuesday" and "Fossil Friday."
Columbia College Chicago fashion students' designs will adorn the lobby of the city's tallest building.
Heather Ireland Robinson: "Now it's time to put down our roots and ensure we have this center forever."
The website, created by a pair of Chicagoans, officially launches Tuesday.
The event will offer young people a boot-camp style introduction to music once synonymous with Chicago.
"It's not going to change behavior ... unless the youth are involved," a city spokesman said.
An Uptown resident hopes to bring work-from-home professionals and small businesses together.
Nina and Charenzo Young will renew their vows with the wedding they never had, in front of an audience.
Jack Newell, a 31-year-old Old Town resident, hopes to complete the film by 2016 or 2017.
Luis Chavez will give Super Bowl play-by-play so his superfan dad can "see" the game at a Lakeview bar.
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