Phoenix Bean in Edgewater makes fresh tofu that’s sold everywhere from school cafeterias to Whole Foods.
Do the animals go somewhere warm, like Florida? Does the zoo give them coats? We took a behind-the-scene tour of the zoo to find out.
Not only have the Dajnowskis restored most of Chicago’s public art, they’ve also revolutionized the field of art conservation worldwide.
Don your dancing shoes as we track down the Chicago band members, musicians, and dancers who helped create five iconic moves.
On the last night of this summer’s market, residents reflect on their evolving community — and an event that brings them together.
Lots of items in your local grocery aisle claim to have been at the 1893 World’s Fair. We piece together these savory origin stories.
We talked to long-time skaters about what the South Side staple means to them — and what it would mean if it closed.
For more than 30 years, Oriana Kruszewski has cultivated a variety of Asian pears that thrives in Illinois.
“It happened to us, it’s happening now!” Chicago Japanese Americans see echoes of their history in current immigration policies.
Chicago is home to an estimated 2,000 coyotes. To learn how they survive, Curious City joined researchers as they tracked down pups.