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WrigleyvilleTim Seeley a local Chicago writer that has worked for Marvel and DC Comics brings Witchblade to Chicago with issue 151 that comes out this Wednesday, January 4, 2012. With most comic book characters based out of New York, it’s a change of pace for a...
When Jim Smoote II completed his quilt, called "Obama 44," in time for an exhibition that opened in Washington for the 2009 presidential inauguration, he expected that the exhibit — like others he'd been involved in — would travel widely to...
An early spring will bring not only May flowers to the farmers markets this year, but also an abundance of farm-fresh produce earlier than usual, while preparations for Chicago's first NATO summit will delay two downtown markets. The Daley Plaza...
Tags: Interior Policy, North Lawndale, Beecher, NATO, Andersonville
Tribune NewspapersChicago-area brewpubs won a combined three gold medals at this weekend's World Beer Cup in San Diego, one of the most eagerly-watched competitions in the craft beer world. Revolution Brewing won two golds, scoring top honors among English-style summer...
Tribune reporterChild endangerment charges have been filed against an Uptown couple accused of flying to Las Vegas and leaving their two children, 12 and 9, home alone for nearly two days, police said. The couple took the trip last month, but the charges were not...
Official, non-official, who cares? Dozens of Chicago bands are making the trek down to Austin, Texas, to play both official showcases and just-for-the-hell-of-it sets at SXSW, and we gathered them up in a tidy package for you. RedEye will be following a...
For RedEyeAfter 10 years in the kitchen at Wave in the W Chicago Lakeshore, Kristine Subido is teaming up with her mother to open a casual counter-service spot that focuses on bringing an unfamiliar cuisine to life through one very familiar ingredient. “As...
5 - 6 a.m. The Satursday Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong 5:05 a.m. Max Armstrong recaps his experience at the New York Farm Show in Syracuse. 6 - 9 a.m. Mr. Fix-It with Lou Manfredini 7:10 a.m. The broom has been around...
Since at least 1976, the woman who calls herself Seven has lived without a formal identity. She says she's 71 years old and a lifelong Cubs fan. She has fleeting childhood memories of visiting the Indiana Dunes but can recall little else and suffers from...
A three-story building caught fire about 7 a.m. this morning in the Uptown neighborhood, critically injuring one resident and slightly injuring a firefighter, officials said. Each floor of the building on the 1200 block of West Lawrence Avenue caught...
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