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2 hrs ago | Business Journal
Dr. Richard Park, Chief Executive Officer at CityMD, explains the expansion of urgent care clinics and the changing nature of health care in the United States.
3 hrs ago | Chicago Reader
Richard Linklater is not only one of this country's most versatile working film directors, he's also an accomplished film exhibitor.
3 hrs ago | Glenview Announcements
Leaping, twirling and stomping into its 25th anniversary season, River North Dance Chicago, the subject of three Emmy Award-winning WTTW-TV Chicago specials, attracted 120 guests to the Chop Shop & 1st Ward in Chicago on July 10. Snippets of the dancers' energetic repertoires were projected onto the walls of the venue while attendees mingled ... (more)
3 hrs ago | Chicago Reader
Jose Abreu slams his 27th homer on July 4 at U.S. Cellular Field against the Mariners.
5 hrs ago | Gapers Block
Join others to say, "Na zdrowie!" this Sunday July 27th, 6pm, in celebration for the book release of Avondale and Chicago's Polish Village at the Podlasie Club, 2918 N. Central Park.
5 hrs ago | The Heartland Institute
Global warming is not the reason why Chicago's 1800s-era sewer system occasionally floods people's basements, despite Washington Post propaganda to the contrary.
Here's another one from the "don't do the crime if you can't do the time" files and a reminder that posting proof of your stupidity on social media can come back to bite you in the ass.
7 hrs ago | Naples Daily News
In a small garden in Chicago's South Side Washington Park neighborhood - blocks from a site proposed for the Obama presidential library - 18-year-old A.J. Jones has found solace tending organic leeks, asparagus and dinosaur kale.
11 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
There isn't a city in the U.S. that's been a better laboratory for architectural inventiveness than Chicago.
Beyonce and Jay-Z are on the Chicago leg of the On The Run tour, scheduled for Thursday night at Soldier Field.
The grieving father of a Chicago police officer killed in a traffic accident on his way to work on the Dan Ryan Expressway sacrificed sleep Tuesday night so he could scribble down the things he wanted people to know about his son.
Harold Shirley never had seen a bed bug before moving to the Milshire Hotel three years ago.
The family of an Elk Grove Village man who drowned in the Chicago River earlier this year, has filed a wrongful-death suit against the owners of a Chicago gentleman's club the man visited before he died.
Common wants you to know his brand-new Nobody's Smiling is all about Chicago. Specifically it's about the violence that casts a shadow over the city, but it's also about Chicago's hip-hop scene and Common's relationship with the entire town.
A big report in the Washington Post on Wednesday laid out how Chicago's aging infrastructure is intersecting with climate change's tendency to drive heavier bursts of precipitation in some parts of the country, with some exceedingly unpleasant results.
Chicago police were questioning a suspect today in the fatal shooting of 11-year-old Shamiya Adams, who was struck by a stray bullet Friday night during a sleepover inside a West Side apartment, according to law enforcement sources.
As if today's cool temperatures and cold water weren't enough, the National Weather Service is warning Chicago-area swimmers to stay out of Lake Michigan because of rip currents and dangerous waves.
Collaboraction returns this summer to incite change on a hyperlocal level by embedding its smash hit, docu-drama live theater experience Crime Scene Chicago in four different Chicago neighborhoods on four consecutive weekends in August: Updated and renamed Crime Scene Chicago: Let Hope Rise 2014, the summer tour of Collaboraction's theatrical ... (more)
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