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Tribune reporterChicago Park District officials are seeking to relieve the agency of its official responsibility to take care of an 1890s-era replica of an ancient Viking ship. The district argued in a petition filed Thursday in Cook County Circuit Court that for...
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For six days in September, several cities across the globe simultaneously host panels, events and more to celebrate Social Media Week (Sept. 24-28). Like social media but don’t necessarily want to get involved as a techie, an entrepreneur or a...
In Chicago, last week was for the playing of games. Three of Chicago's best-trained game players — Aidy Bryant, Tim Robinson and Cecily Strong — landed lucrative, career-making gigs on "Saturday Night Live," a tantalizing reminder of the...
Tribune reportersThe two sides in the Chicago teachers strike remained optimistic about a deal as they resumed contract talks today, but it appeared the earliest classes could resume would be Monday. On a scale of 1-10, Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis said...
Earlier this month, Chicago impresario Geraldine de Haas announced that her South ShoreJazzFest -- which has played the South Shore Cultural Center annually since 1981 -- would be canceled. But a groundswell of support has revived hopes the event will...
Teachers at Chicago Public Schools went on strike Monday, so the school district is trying to provide parents with a place to take their children. The "Children First" plan uses 144 school buildings. They are open 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. during the...
Here are some frequently asked questions about the CPS contingency plan. The answers were compiled from CPS and chief Jean-Claude Brizard's comments during a teleconference with parents last week. Q: How will the CPS sites in the district's Children...
Clout StreetMore than 38,000 Chicago government workers and their spouses have signed up for a new program designed to improve their health and save the city millions of dollars in health care costs, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration announced today....
If warblers had Outlook calendars, the month of September would be marked, "Fly south." And some would have an extra note: "Stop at Wooded Island." They do, in profusion. For anyone curious to see the colorful birds that pass through Chicago on their...
Tribune reporterA nearly 20-acre park at the north end of Grant Park that is being redesigned and rebuilt will be named after Maggie Daley, Chicago's late first lady, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced today. The redesign was approved earlier this month after several...
The Chicago Teachers Union this evening voted to strike on Monday, Sept. 10, the earliest day possible after filing a 10-day strike notice Wednesday and saying they would remain at the neogotiating table until an agreement was reached. Sept. 10 is the...
WGN Feature ReporterOn tonight's WGN News at Five, I'm hitting the NikeFuel House in Lincoln Park. The company partnered with the Chicago Park District to renovate an old field house on the south end of the park, near the baseball fields. Inside, they've created a workout...
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