"Walking Across Chicago" has made a 24-mile trek on Western Avenue and a 20-mile walk on Halsted Street.
We can thank "forgotten" engineer Ellis Chesbrough for the water intake system that still works today.
This whole weekend is going to be much colder than usual in Chicago.
JET and Ebony magazines are looking for black filmmakers to promote through a contest with KweliTV.
PAWS Chicago is offering half off fees to people who adopt "bonded" pets this Valentine's Day weekend.
At one of the hated intersections, "red lights are just a suggestion," one runner says.
Author Gerald Butters and Sergio Mims will introduce the film with music by James Brown.
A Q and A to try to answer parents' most pressing questions about the CPS cuts.
The series often brings in close to 250 people per show.
Letecia Newbon dreamed of opening her own cafe for nearly a decade. Her dream came true Saturday.
As the CSU president heads to Springfield, the Board of Trustees declared a "financial exigency."
Eliezer Appleton, who has visited every community area 4 times, urges others to meet the challenge.
CPS revealed $120 million in classroom cuts Tuesday, a figure far higher than had been announced.
The "Growing Up In Chicago" Facebook page created this year has nearly 30,000 followers.
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