Also, the ACLU slams Emanuel’s new police reform monitor plan.
UIC grad student Hunter Chase competes in the first “open” competition for carillonneurs ever held in the United States.
The carilloners performing at the Rees International Carillon Competition in Springfield’s Washington Park on Saturday night are heard but not seen.
Also, high water levels in Lake Michigan could shrink local beaches this summer.
Also, Obama is reportedly returning to Chicago for two events Wednesday.
Female Chicago Comics Panel, Chiang Mai Thai New Year Celebration, and more happenings from May 1-4.
There was no resistance to Trump’s agenda in Obama’s latest speech and the March for Science—just meek calls for truth and civility.
Also, paper and plastic bag use has dropped by 42 percent since the bag tax was implemented.
Also, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is again threatening to revoke federal funding for Chicago.
Our Miss Brooks 100 is a yearlong celebration of the great poet of Bronzeville.
Also, the Illinois GOP hosted a fund-raiser in honor of Governor Bruce Rauner with tickets up to $40,000 Thursday night.
Also, the ACLU criticizes former U.S. attorney Zachary Fardon’s open letter on Chicago violence.
The fake-news expert recently gave a talk about the misinformation economy at the University of Chicago.
A noisy faction at the University of Chicago didn’t want former Trump adviser Corey Lewandowski to speak there.
Metal from Lordi, Joffrey Ballet’s Game Changers, and more happenings from February 13-16