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Doors open to architectural treasures

Doors open to architectural treasures

October 21, 2019

Skyscrapers, renovated mansions, lavish theatres, exclusive clubs, industrial facilities and sacred spaces that are usually closed to the public were open to all Saturday and Sunday, for the Chicago ...

Arts in the Dark makes Halloween an artist’s holiday

Arts in the Dark makes Halloween an artist’s holiday

October 21, 2019

Spectators flocked to the South Loop Friday to experience the Arts in the Dark parade, an event celebrating Halloween as an artist’s holiday. Featuring performers from across Chicago, Arts in the Dark l...

The reality about reality television

The reality about reality television

October 18, 2019

Managing Editor Miranda Manier, Digital Content and Brand Manager Micha Thurston and Senior Photo Editor Mike Rundle talk about everything reality TV— from issues with representation to having an et...

Ada Cheng asks, ‘Am I Man Enough?’

Ada Cheng asks, ‘Am I Man Enough?’

October 18, 2019

Ada Cheng helped audiences explore what masculinity is, and what it should be Thursday night with her storytelling series, "Am I Man Enough?,"at The Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted St. Cheng, ...

CTU strikers: ‘Mayor Lightfoot, get on the right foot’

October 18, 2019

Members of the Chicago Teachers Union and their supporters walked picket lines Thursday, striking for the first time since 2012. The union estimated that more than 30,000 strikers were prepared to be on...

Columbia confessions and CFAC election

Columbia confessions and CFAC election

October 16, 2019

On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines we have an exclusive interview with the creators of a Columbia College confessions Instagram account and updates on the pending CFAC election....

Charli XCX sells out House of Blues

Charli XCX sells out House of Blues

October 16, 2019

Pop artist Charli XCX brought palpable energy to her sold-out show Saturday at the House of Blues Chicago, 329 N. Dearborn St. The Atlantic Records artist is on tour in support of her third studio ...

Brigid Kosegi breaks women’s marathon world record

Brigid Kosegi breaks women’s marathon world record

October 15, 2019

Brigid Kosegei won this year's Chicago Marathon Sunday, running a time of 2 hours, 14 minutes and 4 seconds, smashing the women's marathon world record by a full 81 seconds. The previous world recor...

Dogs and owners display fur-ocious costumes at Spooky Pooch Parade

Dogs and owners display fur-ocious costumes at Spooky Pooch Parade

October 15, 2019

From Starbucks coffee pups, to medical "paws"pitals, to elaborate headless horsemen, hundreds of canines and their owners spared no expense in their quest for the most creative and elaborate costu...

Protesters break police lines, at least two arrested

Protesters break police lines, at least two arrested

October 15, 2019

At least two were arrested Saturday at the Stolen Kids, Stolen Land protest, where participants called for the closure of Heartland Alliance immigration shelters. Heartland Alliance, an anti-p...

Landon Cube’s alternative performance of ‘Orange’ at Reggies Chicago

Landon Cube’s alternative performance of ‘Orange’ at Reggies Chicago

October 13, 2019

Three months after the release of his EP, “Orange,” Landon Cube hit the road for his North American tour, with support from Bay Area-rapper 24KGoldn. Landon Cube—a 21-year-old artist from Maryland...

Immigrant groups clash over senate bill to increase immigration access for some

Immigrant groups clash over senate bill to increase immigration access for some

October 12, 2019

Updated 10/14/19 at 8:05 p.m. with updated numbers of protestors. Shouts of “first come, first served” clashed with chants of “green cards for all” in Daley Plaza Thursday as immigrant advocacy...

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