Curious Creatures is slated for a Saturday opening, and offers more than 100 reptiles for sale.
The owner wants to avoid labels, she said, because one size does not fit all.
The brewery announced a new partnership with The Trust for Public Land Tuesday.
A makeshift roller hockey rink will become permanent, and an indoor ice rink is coming soon.
Volunteers are asked to pitch in and pick up at the ballpark before Opening Day.
Uptown-based Loud Grade Produce Squad applied for the Seeds of Change grant.
The city's renovation plan includes a handful of local parks.
It's a busy weekend for the Easter Bunny, with several hunts at area parks and community centers.
The mayor's office announced Thursday plans to rehab 103 playgrounds citywide.
More than 100 playgrounds would be refurbished or built under the city's Chicago Plays! program.
Bob Zavell has owned the kite shop for 22 years, including more than seven in Norwood Park.
Grenier, 70, has been a fixture at the Far Southwest Side Catholic high school since 1969.
A grieving family is behind an effort to better alert the public about outbreaks of contagious diseases.
The new effort, focusing on areas with low home broadband use, would be one of the first of its kind.
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