Kenwood »

New Film Features Immense South Side Charity Projects of Sears Owner

Hyde Parker Peter Ascoli will introduce the documentary about his grandfather Julius Rosenwald.

Beverly »

The five-man band features graduates of Brother Rice, St. Rita, Marist and Evergreen Park high schools.

Rogers Park »

"Just give it a good try. Try to be good. Try to handle the world as best you can," one neighbor said.

Jefferson Park »

The extravaganza will feature nearly 200 performances at five neighborhood locations.

The Loop »

Droniak already loves living in Chicago, saying the people are "really nice compared to New York City."

McKinley Park »

The show starts at 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday

Lincoln Park »

Matt Siber photographed the sides of everyday signs to bring attention to the structures.

Auburn Gresham »

"It turned out to be pretty cool," said the man who worked to digitally restore the film.

Downtown »

You could also cool off in a park fountain or enjoy some cheap, awesome burgers.

Downtown »

Also: Casual racism from a new Bond writer, exploring India's ancient underworld.

Beverly »

The NBC drama 'Chicago Fire' took over the corner of 101st Street and Oakley Avenue on Tuesday.

Wicker Park »

A portion of Mindy Burger sales will go to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

South Loop »

The inaugural festival starts at 1 p.m. Saturday along the 1600-1800 blocks of South Wabash Avenue.

Downtown »

Tuesday is your last chance to see a movie in Millennium Park. 

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