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As the Bears celebrate 50 years at Soldier Field, we look back at the highlights on the Museum Campus gridiron. Read more
The historian, 70, on his office player piano, the poetry of a Sullivan building, and the ultimate lakefront soundtrack Read more
Despite his hard work to turn the suburbs blue, their switch to the Democratic Party may have lost Speaker Madigan his seat. Read more
The historian, 70, on his office player piano, the poetry of a Sullivan building, and the ultimate lakefront soundtrack Read more
Despite his hard work to turn the suburbs blue, their switch to the Democratic Party may have lost Speaker Madigan his seat. Read more
Despite his hard work to turn the suburbs blue, their switch to the Democratic Party may have lost Speaker Madigan his seat. Read more
Chicago has played host for more national political conventions than any other city, but now it’s passed over in favor of swing states. Read more
As the Bears celebrate 50 years at Soldier Field, we look back at the highlights on the Museum Campus gridiron. Read more
The historian, 70, on his office player piano, the poetry of a Sullivan building, and the ultimate lakefront soundtrack Read more

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The Surprising History of Cosmetics

In her new book, a local writer examines makeup’s vast cultural impact. (It was even a tool of resistance!) Here’s what we learned. Read more

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If you follow the White Sox, you likely know broadcaster Jason Benetti was born with cerebral palsy. But that’s just the start of his story. Read more
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