The weekend of July 25, 2020, was supposed to be a coronation for Taylor Swift. That’s when her intercontinental touring music festival, Lover Fest, scheduled to begin in April, would’ve arrived at the brand-new Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles, where she would’ve become the first woman to perform the inaugural event at an NFL venue. […]
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He’s repaid his debt to society, but we all know why people just can’t let his past stay in the past.
Beer & Bands for Comfort Station This fund-raiser for Logan Square arts hub Comfort Station features a diverse bill of live music (Dos Santos, Phoelix, Dim, and Campdogzz) plus beer from Goose Island, cider from Virtue, and hard seltzer from White Claw. See Gossip Wolf for more. Sat 9/8, 4 PM, Illinois Centennial Monument, 2595 […]
In McCormick Place Lot B, the only thing richer than the grilled beef tenderloin is the daydream of a Bears championship.
Perhaps no local fan base is more loyal than that of the Bears. But what has the so-called pride and joy of Illinois done in three decades to deserve such devotion?
Also, a Lakeview poke shop closes just five days after its grand opening.
Also, Alderman Ray Lopez wants to overhaul the “deeply flawed” CPD gang database.
Also, two bars near Soldier Field are supporting Colin Kaepernick by refusing to show NFL games.
Also, Obama is reportedly returning to Chicago for two events Wednesday.
Also, Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears part ways after a tumultuous eight years.
Also, Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants Governor Bruce Rauner to publicly support Chicago’s sanctuary city status.
Also, there have been more than 700 murders in the city so far this year.
A TV at the side of the stage would carry Bulls games.
Also, runners rank the most dangerous spots in the city, and now you can stay in Vincent Van Gogh’s Arles bedroom—in River North.