This weekend, an open casting call in Northbrook is seeking the star of a new Steven Spielberg film.
And most of them would prefer to keep some form of the Affordable Care Act—putting the GOP in a bind.
Co-sponsors of a proposed bill hope it will deter gun violence, but critics fear its unintended consequences.
Beyond just the name, we learned about the food (globally inspired, with lots of open-flame cooking), the space (high-ceilinged), and the opening date.
I asked chef Ryan McCaskey about his macaroni and cheese—it is soooo very creamy. Smoked cheddar cheese. And lots of cream. Duh. Acadia, 1639 S. Wabash Ave., 312-360-9500
The court case that could shut down Illinois government, a college freshman exodus, and the truth about Syrian refugees.
In honor of the Chicago-based play-turned-sitcom, we cruised the North Side neighborhood for the best fried dough.
Chicago’s police cadets spend an immersive day learning about abuse of authority during the Holocaust. Can the same approach be applied to black history and civil rights?
This cocktail is lit.
If Donald Trump is so worried about Chicago’s violence, here are four ways federal intervention could help.