By: Brenda Cervantes Fourth of July is a celebration of our country’s independence. Although the holiday falls on a Wednesday this, won’t stop Chicagoans from lighting up fireworks. Fireworks are a popular activity, but they can get dangerous. According...
By: Aaron C. Ramirez It’s the age of the revival. Last season, ABC resurrected 90’s behemoth, Roseanne. In this heated political climate, Roseanne’s tenth season was again able to speak for the blue collar working class families. Bringing in 27.3...
By: Cailey Griffin Astrology. A topic that either makes you jump with joy when it’s brought up in conversation, or scoff at the idea that some people actually believe in such nonsense. Regardless of where a person stands on the...
By: Abby Lowe The summertime is the perfect season to get out on the water with some friends and forget about those long days at work. Below are some of Chicago’s most entertaining water activities that are ideal for...
By: Robert Dotson Many animal species live and thrive in the city of Chicago. They can be found everywhere from the subway to the Chicago River to the suburbs to the downtown area. Before the city was even built, the...
Every city has unique characteristics that makes it different from all the others. These characteristic defines the city and its people. Chicago is no exception. Below are seven of the many characteristics that define Chicago: Chicago Accent The famous...
By: Aaron C. Ramirez “Life will find a way,” is the theme to the Jurassic Park series, new and old. “Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom” came out on June 22, 2018. With four movies already under the franchise’s belt, can...
By: Celia Borg The streets of Boystown and all throughout Halsted were covered in an array of rainbow colors as many people commemorated gay pride at the two-day 49th Annual Gay Pride Parade in Chicago this weekend. The LGBTQIA...
By: Robert Dotson These movies are all set in Chicago and they have become popular throughout the years given their iconic portrayals of the city. 1. The Blues Brothers, 1980 Brothers Jake and Elwood Blues seek redemption from their past by getting...
By: Brenda Torres There are a lot odd smells in Chicago—chocolate, sewage, popcorn, etc. but one of them originates to the founding Chicago.  In fact, one odor is why our city is named Chicago. The city is named after a...

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