Puccini’s opera returns to the Lyric, and so does its troubling Orientalism.
The Little Village shopping district reportedly generates more revenue than any other commercial corridor in the city save Michigan Avenue.
Also, Chance the Rapper joins the DuSable Museum’s board of trustees.
Also, some Danish ideas for staying sane this winter.
A federal appeals court revisits the suit of an Indiana teacher who says she was fired for being gay.
CAIR’s Hoda Katebi says her group is bracing for a Trump presidency by beefing up its legal team—and promoting self-defense classes.
This 58.6-mile forest-preserve trail gives urban cyclists a much-needed taste of the wilderness.
They may look like relics, but vertical lift bridges are still surprisingly active.
Chicago alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa tells his story in his own words.
Environmentalists have escalated efforts to force the oil by-product out of Chicago.
The Chicago police, Dick Durbin, the Alliance Francaise de Chicago, and others respond to news of the shootings and explosions in France.
The cultural center’s director is in Paris but safe, according to his colleagues.
Chicago’s oldest farm is moving—again.
Sociologist Eric Klinenberg applauds Chicago’s heat disaster plan, but worries about an event worsened by global warming.
“Thousands of Chicagoans will be looking for a ride to work, so We Need YOU to help us move Chicago,” the company wrote in an email.