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As a veteran female sports reporter, Cheryl Raye Stout has had to prove her chops over the nearly 30 years she's been reporting in this city. Comment?
The Standard station on the northwest corner came first. Then, going clockwise around the intersection, there was Texaco, Mobil, and Pure. Comment?
If you are a gay man looking to go out in Chicago on a Saturday night, a spider web of events spin out from Boystown. 4 comments
Yvette Moyo sits in the Englewood Eat to Live Garden. It's at Yale Elementary, which is slated to close. Comment?
Tourists marvel at it, but Chicagoans just smile. In the north Loop area sometimes when the wind is blowing just right, the air is filled with the delicious, delightful aroma of chocolate. Comment?
Curious Citizen Pavel Gigov asked a question a few months ago that might have been answered in Rachel Shteir's recent New York Times Book Review article . Comment?
A few months ago, Curious City tackled the enigma known as the "Chicago accent" - its origins, who speaks with it, and how the accent is evolving today. Comment?
Sara Paretsky created one of the most famous female investigators in fiction, Chicagoan and private detective V. I. Warshawski. Comment?
President Barack Obama speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Thursday, May 2, 2013, where he announced he will nominate Penny Pritzker, right, as Commerce Secretary and Michael Froman as U.S. Trade Representative, in Washington. Comment?
President Barack Obama on Thursday chose two old friends with corporate executive experience for top posts on his economic team, naming longtime fundraiser Penny Pritzker as Commerce secretary and adviser Michael Froman as U.S. Trade Representative. Comment?
Some Chicago aldermen are worried they won't have enough time to peruse Mayor Rahm Emanuel's latest parking meter deal before it comes up for a vote, hearkening back to the much-criticized 2008 privatization plan that was crammed through the City Council just three days after it was rolled out. Comment?
Valium, adderall, warfarin - if it's common medication in the general population, it's a common water contaminant. Comment?
Make a beeline just west of Logan Square for a honey of a bake sale, local beer and spirits, merchandise , and silent auction. Comment?
File: Education Secretary Arne Duncan at a news conference in Chicago, Nov. 13, 2008. Comment?
As any true Chicagoan knows, Western Avenue is the longest street in the city. Would you believe it was once named Woodrow Wilson Road? Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States, died on February 3, 1924. Comment?
Spring weather can be a breath of fresh air for many Chicagoans, but a foul forecast for air quality in Cook County is a reminder that high pollution and asthma rates persist in many of the nation's large urban areas. Comment?
By this point, I'm loathe to give Rachel Shteir's New York Times piece more play. Comment?
A green roof goes in on top of the Jardine Water Purification Plant on Chicago's Navy Pier. Comment?
This weekend, Rachel Shteir published a piece in the New York Times called " Chicago Manuals " that ostensibly reviewed some Chicago-centric books but should have really been titled "I Hate It Here." Any intelligent Chicagoan should be able to handle the critique that this city, like any major city, has serious problems, but anyone who calls him or ... (more) Comment?
When Chicagoans voted for electricity aggregation in 2012 , becoming the largest city in the U.S. to do so, they gave the city power to negotiate a new price for electricity on their behalf. Comment?