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She’s worked high-profile murder cases at 26th and Cal, but it was her college job that prepped her for her toughest audience.
The Cubs are probably going to be one of baseball’s best teams; the White Sox, probably one of its worst. But things are looking up for both franchises, making 2018 one to look forward to for fans of either team (or both).
In an intimate interview, the anonymous local Twitter star talks about her busy life and big dreams in “the greatest city in the world, sweetie.”
Survivors of last week’s deadly shooting have taken the lead on political activism in its wake. It’s surprised a lot of adults, but they have plenty of company, now and in the past.
Twenty years and tons of Twinkies and Jell-O later, the curious crew is still delighting audiences
Women represent only 19 percent of angel investors in America. To combat that inequity, Carolyn Leonard is raising $1.92 million to help fund female-led companies.
Black Food & Beverage celebrates African-American excellence in the Chicago restaurant scene, a look into Isla Pilipina, and more
In the University of Chicago history professor’s sci-fi series, Terra Ignota, people get to choose a non-geographic country and live to be 150 years old.
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