Geoffrey Baer answers viewer questions about a dreamy memorial, Soldier Field no man's land, and railroad ruins on Chicago's South Side.
A new show at The Art Institute looks at the transformation of American cities in the 1960s and '70s.
Every year at this time, Sandhill Cranes migrate south. But this year, the skies over Chicago seem to be full of them.
The Bears snapped a 3-game losing streak, and earned their first home win of the season, with a 21-13 victory over the Vikings on Sunday.
The Chicago Bears have had 17 head coaches since the team’s inception as the Decatur Staleys. Marc Trestman is the Bears’ current head coach. Learn more about the coaches and their records with the team.
We meet Chicago's new Catholic archbishop, Blase Cupich, who arrived in Chicago today ahead of his formal installation on Nov. 18.
Each year, the Chicago Tribune hosts a nationwide holiday cookie contest, and only the best are selected for publication. Now the first collection of winning recipes can be found in a new cookbook, Holiday Cookies: Prize-Winning Family Recipes from the Chicago Tribune.
A new bicycling movement comes to the south and west sides of Chicago.
As of Tuesday, Blase Cupich will become the new Archbishop of the Chicago Diocese. We explore the transition process and what can be expected from Archbishop Cupich as he takes on his new flock.
A new book showcases Hillary Clinton's political tenure from First Lady to Secretary of State.
New Exhibit Reminds Us Every Day is Veterans DayNov 17, 2014 | | Post a Comment > >
Dignified Portraits of Men and Women Who Served and the Thoughts They Carried.
We take a look at some classic crime photos from the archives of the Chicago Tribune.
The Sun King, Chillfest Chicago, and the Lively Water Whiskey Festival; Chicago Tonight knows what’s going on this weekend.
Chicago Public School students embrace William Shakespeare in an award-winning program at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
Spoiler Alert – "Chicago Tonight" Got a Hot Tip about a Group that is Shaking Up ShakespeareNov 12, 2014 | | Post a Comment > >
The news about young people in Chicago trends toward the negative, so we’re pleased to share a success story that is positively delightful.