Everyone’s favorite feel-good soccer show may be set in England, but it’s heavily influenced by the Midwest.
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At The Admiral at the Lake, residents are emerging from life in lockdown. Fitness classes, choir practice and field trips are all back on as normal life returns.
Pro-Trump extremists stormed the Capitol in what is believed to be the building’s first major breach since the War of 1812.
We asked health and wellness experts what their one tip would be for those setting New Year’s resolutions. Here is what they said.
We’ve lived through a year like no other. Here’s what it looked like in Chicago and around the world.
Police Killed Fred Hampton 51 Years Ago. A BLM Chicago Co-Founder Says ‘Every Single Aspect Of The Black Panther Party Program’ Applies Today
“Where we go now is that we take the momentum of this summer and we continue to forge ahead,” says Black Lives Matter Chicago co-founder Aislinn Pulley.
We dropped in on early voters in Edgewater to find out what’s motivating them in this year’s election.
Netflix recently released “The Trial Of The Chicago 7,” which Sorkin says mirrors today’s struggle for social justice.