Stories by Gwendolyn Purdom

Chicago Dog Lovers Are Getting Their Own Film Fest
Hannibal Buress Tells Us Why He Still Tries New Material At Beat Kitchen
Watch Circus Performers Soar Inside A Logan Square Church
Dick Wolf Calls Chicago 'A Cleaner, Politer New York With Slightly Heavier People'
A Circus School Just Opened Inside A Gorgeous Logan Square Church
Chicago TV And Film Productions Have Raked In $1 Billion In 5 Years
New 'We Are Chicago' Video Game Trailer Explores South Side Violence, Poverty
A Woman Lit Herself On Fire Inside A Chicago Congressman's Office Tuesday
Field Museum Pros Will ID Your Fossil Finds Next Month
Cookie, World's Oldest Parrot, Dies At Brookfield Zoo At 83
Chicago Hasn't Had A Month This Violent In Two Decades
City Gets Ambitious Data-Collection Project Up And Scanning
Lin-Manuel Miranda Will Talk 'Hamilton' In Chicago Next Month
Meet The Transgender Artist Fighting The City's Nudity Ordinance
Photos: PAWS Rescued All These Pets From The Louisiana Floods
'Empire' Is Being Sued By Ex-Cook County Juvenile Detention Center Residents
'The Dark Knight' Is Named Favorite Chicago-Made Film
Northwestern Study Says Yoga Can Help Disadvantaged Women
The White Sox's Field Will Be Renamed 'Guaranteed Rate Field' Next Season
PAWS Chicago Will Take In Pets From Louisiana Floods
A T. Rex Is Flying From O'Hare To The Netherlands Today
Trump Boasts He Could Stop Chicago Violence 'In One Week'
Isiah Thomas And Others Will Discuss Race And Violence In Chicago
Photos: The 58th Air And Water Show In All Its Noisy Glory
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