Also, a Lakeview poke shop closes just five days after its grand opening.
Also, Schaumburg wants to compete with the Chicago theater scene.
Also, a southwest side resident is sentenced to nine months in prison for his role in ‘Celebgate’ nude photo hacking.
Also, a lot of Illinois elected officials are skipping the Trump inauguration.
The writer-director’s personal portrait of the city fulfills the contract of auteur television.
Also, gang members speak out on life in gangs.
Also, Senator Mark Kirk offers tepid support for the “river boat gamble” Donald Trump.
Also, Rahm discusses a plan to replace the Independent Police Review Authority.
Also, remembering Nancy Reagan’s Chicago childhood.
Seen in light of the real Chicago Police Department, Dick Wolf’s cop series looks even more clueless and tone-deaf.
The Television Critics Association’s summer press tour was a hazing ritual of sorts for the cast and crew of Chicago Med.
Sometimes television has an elegant way of coming full circle. In 1994 we slid headfirst on a gurney through the doors of Chicago’s fictional County General Hospital, where we’d spend more than a decade soaking up all the drama (and George Clooney) ER could supply. Presumably the popularity of workplace dramas—particularly those where Chicagoans’ lives […]