The head of health and wellness for the Chicago Park District explains what it’s like to work as a “social distancing ambassador” on the lakefront.
Chicago planned to turn the 91-acre peninsula into an oasis on Lake Michigan. A decade later, it’s a noble failure.
City-dwellers with deep pockets are looking to invest in properties outside of Illinois. These four’s listing prices go a long way.
Order pre-packed baskets with wine, cheese, ham, and truffle eclairs for socially distant outdoor dining.
If she’s picked by Biden and they win, Duckworth would be the sixth consecutive one-term junior senator from our state.
Chicagoans are ordering a ton of thin-crust pies during the pandemic. A brief history of the style — and why it may edge out Italian beef as our quintessential delicacy.
A new documentary catches up with members of the Manley High School team, which rowed its way to stardom from Chicago’s West Side in 1999.
Organized by a Pilsen gallerist in the wake of the George Floyd protests, the Mural Movement connected boarded-up businesses to artists.
For the beleaguered mayor, the middle road is also the path of most resistance.
For decades, residents have fled Illinois’s smaller cities for Chicago. But some think the tables could turn, and quickly.