Green Day took to the giant stage in the outfield of Wrigley Field last Thursday attempting to answer the question: how do you keep a rock act going for longer than two decades?
After a warm-up that included a pink bunny in a Cubs jersey dancing to
Wizard World Comic Con events bring together thousands of fans of all ages from all over the country to celebrate their favorite television show, games, comics, sci-fi adventures, graphic novels, toys, and more. The convention hall was filled with thousands of fans dressed as their
Ah, September. A month where the weather chills out, the leaves start getting a little crisper, and tired parents finally get to bring their summered-out youngsters back to school. Finally, some time to yourself
According to NBC Chicago, the city's beloved Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil, Sue, will no longer reign in the main hall of the Field Museum. In celebration of the museum's 125th anniversary, a new, larger resident will take her place. And by larger, we mean colossal.
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Lions and tigers and beer, oh my! It's an adults-only party with the animals at Lincoln Park Zoo's "Night at the Zoo," happening September 9, from 6:30pm – 11 p.m.
Going to the zoo is great, but it's even better
Chicago is home to some of the most fascinating museums in the world. From art to invention, to constellations and natural history, you can cover it all in the city this month – for free!
September 11 - 17
Set your sights past the Milky Way
Think you're a Cubs fan? How many of these 10 Chicago Cubs facts did you know?
1. What took so long for the Cubs to install lights at Wrigley?
Former owner P.K. Wrigley was to install lights during the 1942 season, but instead donated the lights to
Think you're a Chicago White Sox fan? How many of these 10 Chicago White Sox facts did you know?
1. Home roots
The Chicago White Sox was established in 1893 as a Sioux City, Iowa franchise before being moved to Chicago in 1900.
2. Starting a trend
The White Sox were the first
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West Loop Art Fest Returns to Fulton Market
A favorite family-friendly event returns to one of Chicago's hippest neighborhoods! September 16-17, you can pretend it's still summer and hit the streets for the West Loop Art Fest.
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More now than in previous years, the concept of women's rights and equality is prevalent in national conversation. With the wage gap persisting as a topic of debate amongst men and women, it is of many's concern whether we're