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Collectors Council taking art trip to Windy City The deadline to sign up for an art-filled, group package trip to Chicago in September with the Laguna Art Museum's Contemporary Collectors Council is July 15. LAM Executive Director Malcolm Warner will...
WGN-TV Chicago and WGN America will air "Chicago's Summer Blast: The Navy Pier Fireworks," featuring the fireworks display from Navy Pier on Wednesday, July 4th at 9:30pm CT. This half-hour special will air in HD, immediately following an abbreviated "WGN...
Tags: WGN, Television Industry, Television, Entertainment, CLTV
In an attempt to raise $15 million for a community center on Chicago's south side, Rev Corey Brooks is walking across America. We have cheered him on along the way and now plan to walk with him as he comes through Chicago! He will be walking from the...
WGN Feature ReporterNavy Pier's Gateway Park is hoping to make a BIG impression on tourists and visitors this year. Their BIGart exhibition is nearing completion. We were able to take a quick tour and ask some questions about the artwork on display this year, including a 30...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Arts
Ed Korfanty is a member of the U.S. Fencing Hall of Fame, a three-time world champion in the veterans’ saber division and coach of the most decorated fencer in U.S. history. And now he is an event. This week’s saber World Cup meet in...
As Chicago heads into summer, a bumper crop of fruit and vegetable stands is ready to sprout on street corners all over the city. And, finally, they will be legal. On Wednesday the City Council unanimously approved an amended ordinance to issue an...
Tags: Health, Bananas, Obesity, Employment Opportunities, Rahm Emanuel
Tribune reporterAn 18-year-old man was charged along with seven teenagers who were charged with mob action following a series of muggings carried out Saturday night by groups of attackers, including one that left a visitor from Michigan hospitalized with a broken jaw....
Taking a leaf from the early days of Joseph Papp in New York and endeavoring to increase its own accessibility, Chicago Shakespeare Theater says it plans to tour its "Short Shakespeare" production of an abbreviated version of William Shakespeare's "The...
Holly Agra tilts her head upward, letting sunlight settle on her face. She stills her fingers from fiddling with her iPhone. She gazes at the bridges and the current of the river, relishing the vista from the deck of Chicago's Leading Lady, the biggest...
Tags: Computer Hardware, NATO, Daniel Burnham, Travel Alerts, Trials
It doesn't get the attention that Mother's Day gets, but Father's Day is upon us, and as usual, Chicago-area restaurants are offering plenty of attractive meals and deals. Agio Italian Bistro: Carne e vino special consists of filet mignon or veal loin...
During my appearance on Comcast SportsNet’s “Chicago Tribune Live” years ago, the show’s host, David Kaplan, asked what I thought about the subject being discussed because I hadn’t said a word the entire segment. That’s...
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