Beginning April 1, Chess Records will be open for tours Tuesdays through Saturdays at noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m. $15 suggested donation.
The listings recognize properties that merit special attention and preservation, and makes them eligible for some financial incentives. To be on the list, properties generally must be more than 50 years old.
The exhibit, featuring many Chicago musicians and recording artists, finishes its run at the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum on January 23rd.
The 2,200-acre site with the remains of the most sophisticated prehistoric native civilization north of Mexico is getting a small facelift.
Over 4 decades later, authorities are still working to unravel the horrors that John Wayne Gacy committed in the Chicago area.
It was 150 years ago today that the Great Chicago Fire ignited and burned for over 30 hours. The fire killed approximately 300 people and consumed a major portion of the city.
It occurred to Craig the other day that it might be confusing for new tourists or visiting vigilantes in our city as to why a Christopher Columbus statue would be here at all. The least he could do is provide context.