The city is replacing playground equipment at Humbert and McKeon parks.
Blue Man Group is hosting a special matinee this weekend, specifically tailored for people with autism.
In Little Italy, Pilsen, the West Loop and West Town, there's lots of spooky this weekend.
The Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation hopes to raise $75,000 for the event.
The arts program is aimed at educating and exposing inner-city children to opera for the first time.
The haunted house will be held from 6-9 p.m. Wednesday at Fellowship House, 844 W. 32nd St.
Redmoon will try again, a schedule out Thursday says. It also has the Taste of Chicago on July 8-12.
Seasonal fun abounds in the Beverly and Mount Greenwood neighborhoods.
Halloween festivities include "Rocky Horror" screenings, a pig roast, hay rides and free baklava.
The project looks like a done deal thanks to a grant from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
Storyteller Judith Heineman and musician Dan Marcotte will sing their comedic "How to Make a Mummy."
More than 20 restaurants are serving up tasting-sized portions of their favorite desserts.
The follow-up to the art center’s “I Heart Art” gallery exhibit focuses on kid-friendly fun.
A Friday night skate party will be followed by Saturday's massive Boo-Palooza festival.
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