Lawyers from the city of Chicago and StubHub Inc. stood before the Illinois Supreme Court Tuesday and argued a case whose results could transform Chicago’s ticket-selling industry. The current price of a ticket to a sporting event, concert, or theatrical performance in Chicago includes a 12 percent amusement tax: the city gets 9 percent and […]
New slugger is the definition of hit or miss
The Cubs had their lowest attendance in nine years Monday. For fans – and ticket sellers – the honeymoon is over.
The new Fox series, The Chicago Code, isn’t bad but it isn’t Chicago.
An inquisitor poses some tough questions: Where do you get those robes? And can you exercise in them?
At Northeastern Illinois University, the faculty’s losing faith in the administration.
Ron Santo, who epitomized what made the Cubs the Cubs, was as great as his most ardent fans thought—and now we’re starting to accept the stats that prove it.
Sixteen months after choosing a design firm, the city still hasn’t awarded the contract.
JoJo Baby met his idol—and his idol commissioned a documentary about him.
After 70 years in Chicago, Rosenblum’s World of Judaica moves to Skokie.
How will the BP disaster affect local birds flying south?
Brian Cappelletto on a life behind the tiles
The prosecutor who nailed him left behind some fascinating papers. The Chicago History Museum has them. The National Archives wants them.
The speech we heard
Chicago’s Bellator promotion is gunning for the Ultimate Fighting Championship.