A fundraiser is set for Friday at the Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center.
Chris Biela drove 4½ hours to get a video of the northern lights earlier this month.
Friday is the last official day of summer. It's going out with a bang.
Grab some locally made pumpkin marshmallows or paint your own ceramic jack-o'-lantern this weekend.
But get your outdoor fun in early. It could rain on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
The owner is now in Florida, while the restaurant is donating sales of a "Hurricane Relief" drink.
Expect lower than normal temperatures in Chicago this weekend.
No, it's not impossible to see the aurora borealis from Chicago, but you'll need to avoid bright lights.
You'll probably get a better view if you head out of the city, though.
Felines & Canines, the Anti-Cruelty Society and PAWS Chicago have cats and dogs in need of adoption.
The cats and dogs arrived in Chicago Sunday morning after PAWS' Paula Fasseas went to Houston last week.
There's a chance of rain showers on Monday, but the rest of the weekend will be sunny.
Toiletries and household supplies are being collected at New Life Church, 5700 W. Berteau Ave.
Expect temperatures to start dropping after Labor Day.
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