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  • Winter 2014 in Jazz Music: Two Marsalises, Gregory Porter and Jack DeJohnette

    Winter 2014 in Jazz Music: Two Marsalises, Gregory Porter and Jack DeJohnette
    The tempo of Chicago jazz never slows, as this winter's highlights show: Patricia Barber: An inimitable singer-pianist-songwriter, Barber returns to her weekly engagement at the Green Mill Jazz Club. Riding the critical success of her 2013 album "Smash"...
  • NBC's 'Chicago P.D.' adds fuel to Dick Wolf's 'Fire'

    "Chicago Fire" sparked NBC's prime-time lineup last season with its mix of adrenaline-driven action sequences and personal drama revolving around the truck-and-rescue squad of a fictional Chicago firehouse. Creator and executive producer Dick Wolf now...
  • Chicago Theatre Week tickets go on sale Jan. 7

    Tickets for the 2014 Chicago Theatre Week go on sale Jan. 7, the League of Chicago Theatres announced on Friday. The League, in partnership with Choose Chicago, expects over 100 productions to participate in the week of discounted theater tickets, Feb. 11...
  • Late-weekend cold front may push temps below zero for 2 days

    Late-weekend cold front may push temps below zero for 2 days
    Repercussions from the heavy snowfall started to sound like the punch line to a joke Thursday: It snowed so much, Chicago closed its outdoor ice skating rinks. Elmhurst began dumping its snow in a quarry usually reserved for flood overflow. And the...
  • 'Bridges' ball honors research scientists

    'Bridges' ball honors research scientists
    The Children's Ball, hosted by the Children's Research Fund, attracted more than 1,000 guests to the Hilton Chicago on Dec. 14. With a focus on research, this year's event included a Science Fair for Grown-ups. During the reception in the hotel's...
  • Extra-alarm fire destroys Northwest Side warehouse

    Extra-alarm fire destroys Northwest Side warehouse
    Chicago firefighters battled an extra-alarm fire that destroyed a concrete warehouse in the Hanson Park neighborhood this morning. The fire started inside the Advanced On-site Concrete Inc. warehouse, 1945 N. Latrobe Ave., just after 9 a.m. and was...
  • CPS employee accused of stealing $420,000 in fraud scheme

    CPS employee accused of stealing $420,000 in fraud scheme
    A Chicago high school technology coordinator created a list of nine fake vendors as part of a fradulent billing scheme that netted nearly $420,000, according to a report by the Chicago Board of Education’s Inspector General’s office. In the...
  • Men charged in Sprint cell phone store robbery

    Men charged in Sprint cell phone store robbery
    Two Chicago men were arrested Thursday morning in Chicago Lawn and accused of robbing a Sprint cell phone store at gunpoint. Omar Anderson, 20, and Victor Mayberry, 18, entered the cell phone outlet, 7920 S. Western Ave., in the morning armed with a...
  • After blizzard conditions, possible record cold streak

    After blizzard conditions, possible record cold streak
    Enjoy the weekend, Chicago. A Winter Weather Advisory in effect until 10 a.m. Saturday warns of wind gusts of 35 mph that will "create considerable blowing and drifting of snow, with visibilities reduced to near zero at times, especially in open areas,"...
  • 16 Southwest planes stranded for hours on Midway tarmac

    16 Southwest planes stranded for hours on Midway tarmac
    Passengers on 16 Southwest Airlines jets sat on the Midway Airport tarmac for at least three hours Thursday night and early Friday morning, waiting for an open gate, according to the airline. The long waits between the runway and terminal are a...
  • New year, new rules: Cell phone ban, higher speed limit, medical pot

    New year, new rules: Cell phone ban, higher speed limit, medical pot
    It was a history-making year at the Illinois Capitol, with lawmakers legalizing gay marriage, allowing medical marijuana for those with chronic illnesses, permitting concealed handguns and approving major changes to the government worker pension system....