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Bob Mariano gives Mayor Rahm Emanuel a tour of the new Mariano's supermarket in the south Loop at 1615 S. State St. on October 7, 2013.
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December is usually one of the quietest months of the year on the concert calendar, but for jazz fans this weekend presents a dizzying variety of excellent live-music choices.
A U.S. Coast Guard ship loaded with more than 1,200 Michigan Christmas trees has arrived in downtown Chicago.
The City of Chicago is undertaking a $492-million, four-year program to overhaul a mass-transit line extending between downtown and Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
In the quest for safer cycling, the village of Oak Park just outside Chicago has gone punitive.
Bangladesh Biman Airlines operates the world's last passenger McDonnell Douglas DC-10 -- which the airline says will be making its final scheduled flight on December 7 on an otherwise routine flight.
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Clarence Page discusses Nelson Mandela's life and contributions to his nation and the world at large.
Enrollment counselor Kenya Williams helps Jerome Davis Jr.sign up for Medicaid, Nov. 8 in Chicago.
Indian Motorcycle A , America's first motorcycle company, today announced it will participate in the third annual Men's Journal Gear Lab Pop-Up shop while showcasing the company's Indian Chief Vintage, one of three bikes from the recently revealed line of 2014 Indian Chiefs alongside select items from the 2014 apparel line.
Charde Nabors, a Sears employee, protests with fast-food and retail workers demanding higher pay outside a Sears store in Chicago on Thursday, Dec. 5. Organizers have called for a one-day labor walkout at fast-food restaurants and retail stores and demonstrations in 100 cities.
The Art Institute of Chicago, in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art, New York , has organized the first retrospective ever mounted of Christopher Williams-one of the most influential artists working in photography today.
The restoration and preservation of Walt and his brother Roy's birthplace and home officially got underway today, on Walt Disney's 112 th birthday, at a press conference held at the historic site.
The Chicago Transit Authority is planning a nearly $500 million upgrade to a portion of the agency's rail lines that could cut 10 minutes off the time to travel between O'Hare International Airport and the city's downtown.
The nation's first full face transplant patients are growing into their new appearances - literally.
Economic growth in the United States held steady during the 16-day partial government shutdown, even growing moderately in some regions, according to a Federal Reserve survey released Wednesday.
The report on U.S. business conditions based on anecdotal data characterized economic growth as "modest to moderate," as it did in October.