Before joining WBEZ, Maggie was a reporting fellow with City Bureau and a freelance illustrator for the South Side Weekly.
Outside of WBEZ, Maggie is an avid rock climber, hiker, and yuca con mojo eater.
Stories by Maggie Sivit
Different artists have painted a series of murals on doors along 18th Street, inspired by the classic Lotería game.
Before you grab your towel, read our guide answering your questions about Chicago beaches — from pollution to poop.
Curious City spent the morning at two Chicago-area vaccination sites and spoke to people who’d just gotten a dose of the vaccine.
We asked small businesses in Chicago how they’ve been doing — and what they’ve been doing — over the past year. Here’s what they had to say.
These seven “treasures” bear witness to Chicago history, from the Civil War to the election of the first African-American mayor of Chicago.
When someone gets involved with guns and gangs at an early age, it can change the way that person thinks.
Chicago drivers are required to obey traffic laws when they’re out on the road. But what about the police?
Al Capone’s legacy of violence still looms large over Chicago, but was the city more dangerous back then?