Downtown »

Chicago Blues Museum To Open In 2019 Downtown

Chicago's about to get its own house of blues. 

Mt. Greenwood »

Chris Mann placed fourth on the second season of the televised singing competition in 2012.

Logan Square »

The Pilsen-based label will be selling records at Comfort Station for one day only.

Humboldt Park »

The committee of devoted Algren fans has been keeping the Chicago writer's legacy alive.

Boystown »

The Chicago queen announced, "I'm Shea Coulee and b----, I'm from Chicago!" 

Lincoln Park »

Recently honored by the company, she'll direct Jen Silverman's "The Roommate" at the end of next season.

Wicker Park »

A Hindi movie poster exhibit, new brunch spot, free comedy and Tortoise at Empty Bottle are all options.

Grand Boulevard »

Chris Devins said he wants to fix it before starting on his Michelle Obama mural in South Shore.

Lincoln Park »

Get your Green City Market BBQ tickets, and time is short for the Alphawood AIDS Art exhibit.

Hyde Park »

"Extreme Ice" shows extreme time-lapse videos of glaciers melting over 10 years.

Englewood »

Retired carpenter Greg Zanis, who erected the crosses in Englewood, will display them in Dekalb Friday.

Logan Square »

The old photograph shows the west side of Bernard Street at Wrightwood Avenue.

Uptown »

Tickets start at $100 for Uptown residents but go up to $2,500 for "Silver Screen sponsors."

West Loop »

The Denver Live on the Rocks stage will also return to the 21st annual fest. 

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