Stefano Esposito is a staff reporter at the Chicago Sun-Times.
What would you do if trucks kept backing into your house? Past tenant moved out, but North Side homeowner is hoping to stay
Truckers pass close by Robert Christie’s house at North Cicero Avenue and West Ainslie Street, see the low-clearance bridge ahead and start backing up. Often not so well.
Tempel Lipizzans — extremely rare, highly trained horses expected to be sold in wake of Illinois show’s closure
The final show is Sunday. To those devoted to the breed, a Lipizzan is “just a horse” the same way an Aston Martin is “just a car.”
In a building full of musicians, dancers and artists, the manually operated elevators make their own music — a sound soon to be silenced.
The move lets more visitors see the show, now expanded with additional pieces buried more than 2,000 years ago in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
‘I’m in love with the city and always have been,’ says the Markham native, co-anchor for Fox 32 Chicago’s 5 and 9 p.m. newscasts
State and city leaders gathered Tuesday at McCormick Place to sign a “labor peace agreement” ahead of the convention.
Rooftop viewing of next month’s Air & Water Show is a go, restaurant’s manager said, but North Avenue Beach attraction can’t expand before community meeting, alderperson said.