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It was originally named Fewkes Tower after John M. Fewkes , the founding president of the Chicago Teachers Union.
Deciding which buildings have the best access to public transit will depend on where your daily commute generally takes you and whether you get there by bus or train.
Buzz22 Chicago has announced the casting for the World Premiere production of Laura Jacqmin's "GHOST BIKE," directed by Co-Artistic Director Sara Sawicki , February 27 - March 30, 2014 at Red Tape Theatre, 621 W Belmont Ave. Combining elements of Greek, African, and Chinese mythology, "GHOST BIKE" depicts two best friends navigating the ultimate ... (more)
Windy City memorabilia that once decorated the walls of Sweet Home Chicago, and the Illinois license plates that used to line its ceiling beams are gone, leaving bare walls inside the Naples restaurant.
After attending a Tuesday open house for the Magic Johnson Bridgescape school in the Roseland community Alderman Latasha Thomas , who chairs the Chicago City Council's Education Committee, said she would like to see a campus open in her South Side ward.
Riding the buses in Chicago has been awfully fun this busy Christmas Season. Half the time, it's been free.
For the ultimate gifts that keeps on giving, we opt for cookbooks and keep our fingers crossed that an invite to dinner isn't far behind.
Canadian sculptor Tim Schmalz said Pope Francis has blessed the statue, but two cathedrals have rejected his bronze image of Jesus on a park bench.
Out of Line Art Studio, the gallery that did the unique "Mad Hatter Tea Party" show this fall, is mounting "Chicago, City on the Make" Dec. 14, 2013 through Feb. 15, 2014.
If you're a Chicagoland native or just passing thru, Bang Bang Pie Shop is a great stop for a slice of pie, a biscuit and jam or a great cup of coffee.
Chicago Opera Theater will dive into the pool again for a remount of its highly successful production of Ricky Ian Gordon 's Orpheus & Euridice in partnership with the Chicago Park District in collaboration with the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events as part of the Classics in the Parks series.
By Ben Feldheim and Emily Stone A former Orland Park priest was accused of sexual misconduct with a minor while serving locally.
When the media sink their teeth into a big and powerful institution, it loses control of its own narrative, in the revised script playing the part of crook or dupe or incompetent.
At a frigid Navy Pier Saturday morning, a cargo of Christmas trees brought to Chicago on the Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw was distributed to needy families.
Hector Avalos was riding his bike, one of the things his family said he loved, when he was fatally struck by a van Friday night in Douglas Park.
In the animated film Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy? , philosopher, linguist, and logician Noam Chomsky fields questions lobbed at him by Oscar-winning director Michael Gondry.