Last year’s champions are finally showing that they can repeat. But they’re entering the playoffs with a weakness where their opponents look strong.
We know why it’s unpopular, and we know how best to sell it to the public (even if that didn’t happen in Cook County). We don’t know nearly as much about their effects on health.
Peaches won the “raunchiest set” award, Wu-Tang Clan revved the crowd, and lots of people crowdsurfed and stuck their tongues out.
Joanne Simpson became an expert on clouds because she was a pilot, but also because, as her mentor said, scientists’ lack of interest in them made the subject good “for a little girl to study.”
Plus, Labor Day sales, a new Shinola store, and a local jeweler celebrities love.
Plus, two fashion houses lend their talents to home goods, Labor Day Sales galore, and a new campaign for the best pots and pans ever.
Dos Toros brings Mission-style burritos to town, a new Jewish deli makes waves in North Center, and more.
The Chicago Onscreen Local Film Showcase, Chicago Fringe Festival, Chicago Jazz Festival, Mount Eerie, Alias Grace, and more
A Michigan Avenue hotel is rebranding as the St. Jane, and the Mother of Social Work is rolling over in her grave.
Chicago exists because of epic wastewater engineering. But there’s still a long way to go to prepare for bigger floods in the future.