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Data: Tracking Chicago’s Gas Prices Over the Past 22 Years
With gas prices at an all-time high in Chicago, we look back at the past 22 years of gas costs in the city. As of June 6, regular unleaded hit $6 a gallon in the city.
Maps: Chicago Summer Concert and Music Festivals Guide
Wondering where the best summer music festivals, concert venues and clubs are? We've got maps to steer you to all of the best locations in the city.
Uptown Concerned Over Weiss Hospital’s Potential New Owner
Weiss Memorial Hospital in Uptown is undergoing two major real estate shifts this year, which has drawn the attention and ire of many in the neighborhood.
Chicago Small Businesses Slowly Regaining Steam
Labor shortages, Omicron outbreaks and financial setbacks have plagued Chicago small businesses during the pandemic. So what's next?
Chicago’s Top Grossing Restaurants at the Start of the Pandemic
Some Chicago restaurant groups continued to thrive during the pandemic. The Gibson Restaurant group grossed $86.3 million in 2020 with several locations.
COVID-19: Chicago Small Businesses Moving Forward After Omicron
After surviving several surges from COVID-19 variants, Chicago restaurants and other small businesses are finding their footing again.
Chicago’s Independent Theaters Adapting During COVID-19
In the past year, movie theaters have taken massive hits due to COVID-19 lockdowns, restrictions, and fears. Focus has been on large chains, but small indie theaters have been finding their own ways to survive.
The Rise of BookTok and Its Impact on the Reading Community
The BookTok community is a group of avid readers who share book-related content. The hashtag #BookTok has an upward of 27 billion posts and has increased steadily during the pandemic.
Pritzker Defeats Bailey for Another Term as Governor
Election Night Comes to a Bitter End for Bailey and His Supporters
Duckworth Reelected to U.S. Senate in Big Win Over Salvi
Emotional Giannoulias Wins Secretary of State Race Convincingly
Midterm Election Night Updates: Pritzker, Duckworth Lock Up Races Early
Gender Rights and Issues
Outbreak: COVID-19 in Chicago
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