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To me, a kid growing up in the 1960s and '70s, Skokie seemed like any other suburb, its tidy houses sitting on impeccably manicured lawns. Sure, on Friday nights and Saturday mornings you'd sometimes see Hasidic Jews strolling to and from synagogue....
Tags: Arts and Culture, Museums, WTTW, U.S. Supreme Court, Nazi Party
For RedEyeCheckmate, Chicago. Thanks in part to the daughter of Russian immigrants, bar theme nights and the rise of nerd culture, chess is shedding its image as a game for old men in the park or geeky social outcasts. "I think already with this generation, we'...
RedEyeIke Barinholtz finds no downtime working as a writer for and costar of Fox's "The Mindy Project," but the Chicago native wouldn't trade the job for anything. "It's long hours and I don't look good anymore and my blood pressure is higher and my weight...
Tags: High Blood Pressure, Danny Pudi, Television, Celebrities, Uptown
In the past four years, about 10,200 Chicago-area apartments have been made more comfortable and energy-efficient as part of a unique partnership designed to trim utility bills and preserve affordable rental options in the area. The Energy Savers...
A 70-year-old woman and a firefighter were taken to a hospital after a fire this morning in the Rogers Park neighborhood. The fire started at 5:15 a.m. in a 2-story building in the 6900 block of North Greenview Avenue, according to the Chicago Fire...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics
Consideration of a plan to improve bicycling routes throughout Winnetka intended to make bike riding to schools and business districts safer, has been put off for a couple of months. The Winnetka Park District intends to fund the proposed $950,000...
Tags: Transportation, Travel, Road Transportation
Born and bred in southern China, Fanny Go did not grow up eating egg rolls. Family meals in her part of Guangdong province were dominated by rice, greens, preserved vegetables and morsels of meat. But ever since she and her late husband Tom decided to...
Baruch and Joyce Schur were out of options. They couldn't find anywhere for their physically and intellectually disabled 26-year-old son to live, at least nowhere that met their criteria or didn't have a yearslong waiting list. The 55-year-old couple...
If you had to buy some bittermelon, kvass, lutefisk or achiote for dinner tonight, would you know where to go? If you can't think of which ethnic grocery stores you'd have to hit for those ingredients right off the top of your head, you're not alone....
Tribune reportersA South Side high school student planning to move to Iowa was shot and killed in the Gage Park neighborhood on Saturday evening, police and family members said. Arrell Monegan, 16, stepped out of a gangway and was shot in the back and shoulder at...
Tribune reportersFrom Catholic parishes to university common rooms to the streets outside parochial schools, Chicagoans celebrated the selection of Argentinean Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the new pope and pondered how his diverse background might impact their...
With no opera earlier than Mozart on next season's Lyric Opera schedule, and with the new regime at Chicago Opera Theater focusing on 20th century rarities, the Haymarket Opera Company has baroque opera all to itself, now and for the foreseeable future....
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