Recent information confirms that Chicago’s electricity aggregation deal swapped coal and nuclear sources for (mostly) natural gas. Is it any clearer, though, whether the change is better for the environment?
The iconic “corncob” towers were designed to be much more than places to live. On the 100th birthday of their visionary architect, we reflect on how well these buildings match their original intended use.
A recent Chicago Tribune article highlighted two parents who were able to forgive the young man who killed their daughter. Could you do the same? Also, Curious City addresses how much fracking really contributes to our energy needs.