When you attend a play at the Hamilton Playhouse, ushers will help you find your seats in the auditorium so you can watch the actors perform. Well, the "tables are turned" Tuesday evening when the cast of the current production "Chicago" will get off the stage and come down into Hamilton to personally seat you at Pizza Hut...
I make mistakes all the time, and I will admit that. But I don't think I have ever had a mess up like what happened in the newspaper from Korea the Korea Times. After Tuesday night when the Chicago Blackhawks won Lord Stanley's Cup, the wrong team from the windy city got the congratulations...
A 30-year-old guy from suburban Chicago, Randy Schmitz, was on vacation in Myrtle Beach, S.C., last summer.
He went to the Pepper Palace, which sells crazy hot sauces. The hottest sauce it sells is Flashbang, a combination of four peppers -- Carolina Reaper, scorpion, ghost pepper and habanero.
Schmitz had to sign a waiver just to try a tiny bit of the sauce on a toothpick as part of a challeng
Being president means countless photo opportunities and public appearances, most of them probably ones that one doesn't want to do.
When President Barack Obama was at a polling location in Chicago promoting the midterm general elections and casting his ballot, he probably didn't plan on being threatened by someone about their girlfriend.
Last Friday morning, there was some pretty extensive flooding in south suburban Chicago.
The morning news show on WGN was discussing the flooding, while checking out some footage from its news helicopter which was flying around surveying the extent of the water and damage.
About halfway through the broadcast of the Boston Red Sox-Chicago Cubs Major League Baseball game Wednesday night, Red Sox color commentator Jerry Remy had something happen to him that has never happened before: His tooth fell out.
People of Chicago wear their pride in their hearts, on their sleeves and most importantly, in their stomachs. Luckily, Chicagoans can wear their teams' apparel everywhere and purchase it practically anywhere.They can watch their games on TV or the Internet from all over the globe. But, getting a hold of your favorite Chicago dishes in is not as easy, or is it?
People have long debated whether it’s better to give or receive during the holidays. That debate can now be laid to rest as one Chicago gentleman’s club has decided that their clientele should give and receive.