WBEZ photographer Manuel Martinez braved the cold to capture some snowy scenes around the city.
Marriage and Civil Union Court in downtown Chicago might be dimly lit, but love and romance light it up each day.
Meet the women behind Masa Madre, an artisanal bakery in Pilsen that braids Mexican ingredients into traditional Jewish pastries.
From zombies in Ravenswood to a Día de los Muertos altar in Pilsen, these front-yard displays have become a treat for the whole city to enjoy.
With celebrities and public officials in tow, celebrations kicked off Tuesday with a parade at Wintrust Arena and ended with a rally at Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park.
Tornadoes swept through Chicago’s western suburbs on Sunday, damaging homes, knocking down trees and injuring multiple people.
At The Admiral at the Lake, residents are emerging from life in lockdown. Fitness classes, choir practice and field trips are all back on as normal life returns.
After missing so much in their last year, seniors are savoring prom. “I walked in and I was already crying,” one joyful Senn High grad said.
Logan Square Center overflowed with people holding flags and signs demanding justice.