Robert Kaestner, June Lapidus, and Deirdre McCloskey debate topics such as privatizing parking meters, selling naming rights to Soldier Field, and building a third local airport in Peotone.
The sixties radical stayed quiet during last year’s presidential campaign, but as a prominent education professor, he’s speaking out now about his prescription for ﬁxing the public schools
A band of hard-charging Lincoln Park activists scuttled the Latin School’s deal for priority use of a new soccer field on public parkland. But, in the end, did anyone really win?
North Shore Rhythmics, based in Glenview, is the home base of some of the country’s most elite athletes. Its head coach, Natalia Klimouk, is a star in her field. So why has no one heard of it? As rhythmic gymnastics struggles to overcome invisibility, one local team strives for the ultimate validation.
A new book by Chicago author Rachel Louis Snyder explores the complexities of the global marketplace by trailing a quintessential product: jeans.
Chicago psychotherapist Dr. Richard Baer, author of a remarkable new book on a woman with multiple personality disorder, talks about his treatment of this astonishing case.
Chicago speaks to new alderman Sandi Jackson—Jesse Jackson Jr.’s wife—about her aspirations, why Jesse Jr. shouldn’t shop, and Obama versus Hillary.
If you don’t know her already, you will soon. Wendy Abrams eco-advocate, political insider, philanthropist, mother of four unveils Chicago’s new public sculpture project this summer. And it’s no cows on parade.