How an empathetic new L.A. play showcases a relationship rarely seen onstage How an empathetic new L.A. play showcases a relationship rarely seen onstage

"The Great Jheri Curl Debate," developed through the East West Players Playwrights Group, unpacks how systemic racism can pit two would-be allies against each other and what might be done to form positive growth despite their differences.

yesterday, 23:38
Beyoncé celebrates Solange's historic NYC Ballet debut: 'You are a visionary' Beyoncé celebrates Solange's historic NYC Ballet debut: 'You are a visionary'

'There are no words to express the pride and admiration I have for you,' Beyoncé wrote to Solange, the first Black female composer for the NYC Ballet.

yesterday, 22:58
Ben Affleck sells L.A. bachelor pad for $28.5 million Ben Affleck sells L.A. bachelor pad for $28.5 million

Ben Affleck just sold his 13,000-square-foot bachelor pad in Pacific Palisades for $28.5 million, or $9.5 million more than he paid for it in 2018.

yesterday, 22:22
Truck and rail backups are clogging roads, creating more pollution and raising health risks for Chicagoans near freight corridors Truck and rail backups are clogging roads, creating more pollution and raising health risks for Chicagoans near freight corridors

Living in the nation’s largest cargo hub, thousands are exposed to high levels of diesel soot, which can contribute to heart disease, lung cancer and premature death.

yesterday, 23:23
Search begins for a new Chicago White Sox manager as Tony La Russa steps down after health issues make it ‘impossible’ to continue Search begins for a new Chicago White Sox manager as Tony La Russa steps down after health issues make it ‘impossible’ to continue

The search is on for the next Chicago White Sox manager after Tony La Russa officially won’t return for the 2023 season.

yesterday, 23:06
Zion man died from multiple gunshots, authorities say Zion man died from multiple gunshots, authorities say

Zion police found the man’s body at about 7:15 a.m. Saturday in a driveway off an alley in the 2900 block of Gabriel Avenue.

yesterday, 22:49
Planned Parenthood launching a mobile abortion unit in southern Illinois as number of out-of-state patients skyrockets Planned Parenthood launching a mobile abortion unit in southern Illinois as number of out-of-state patients skyrockets

The mobile unit will initially offer medication abortions but will eventually expand to include first-trimester aspiration abortions.

yesterday, 22:39
Dom’s Kitchen & Market announces November opening date for Old Town location Dom’s Kitchen & Market announces November opening date for Old Town location

The specialty grocery first announced the new location in February.

yesterday, 22:35
Afternoon Briefing: What’s in Lightfoot’s 2023 budget for Chicago Afternoon Briefing: What’s in Lightfoot’s 2023 budget for Chicago

Good afternoon, Chicago. Here's what is happening today.

yesterday, 21:41
Owner of Weiss, West Suburban hospitals files for bankruptcy amid sale Owner of Weiss, West Suburban hospitals files for bankruptcy amid sale

The Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing comes just months after the state approved a plan to sell the hospitals.

yesterday, 21:20