Today is the last day of Chicago's Black Restaurant Week which encourages the community to support black-owned businesses like Hyde Park's Ja' Grill. Aeron Lancero and Chef Baltimore provide customers with authentic Jamaican cuisine.
Hundreds of people were climbing to the top of the former John Hancock building Sunday morning to raise money for the Respiratory Health Association which supports people living with lung disease. This year's event was Hustle Chicago's 27th annual stair climb.
Next weekend, WDB Marketing will be celebrating its 7th annual LEGACY Awards Gala. As a prelude to the gala, there will be a three-day Power Conference to support Black business owners in the area, providing them with information to help reach their goals.
Emily "Emmy" Holum was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia at the age of four and fought bravely for two years, undergoing numerous blood transfusions. To honor Emmy, a memorial blood drive had been planned at Our Lady of the Wayside on Sunday to help save lives.
From now through Monday, March 3 foodies can enjoy LaGrange Restaurant Week. Local businesses like Chad's Cheesecake and Milk Money Brewing are offering specialty menus and great deals.
Illinois abolished parole in 1978, leaving many convicts with dwindling hopes of a second chance. Journalist Ben Austen explores the Illinois correction system in his new book "Correction: Parole, Prisons, and the Possibility of Change."
Growing up in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood with a love of country music, Liz Toussaint, found her calling as a singer and author. Her new book "Who Do You Think You Are" is a vision board workbook for self-discovery.
We have barely had anything more than a few flurries so far this February. The last month of meteorological winter isn't always this kind. Tim McGill looks back at some nasty February snowstorms.
Orly K.G. and Colleen Brennan from the Bad Momz of Comedy preview their special St. Patrick's Day show coming up in Chicago.
Dominique Leach, chef and owner of Lexington Betty Smokehouse, talks about leading an educational panel on the origins of Chicago-style barbeque and its many influences,
A special event is being held now at St. Baldrick's where participants decide to shave their heads to raise money for cancer research.
"House hacking" is a trend that's helping Gen Z and Millennials achieve their dreams of owning a home. Realtor Tiffany Willis joins Good Day Chicago to break down how it works.
Desi Banks, known for his hilarious skits, is bringing the laughs to the Riviera Theatre tonight. He swings by Good Day Chicago to preview his show.
Philip Lindsay, @mr_lindsay_sped, Arizona-based middle school math teacher has made it his mission to help us all decode Gen Z and Gen Alpha slang with his viral tiktok videos.
Clare Goodman from the Northwestern Medicine Aphasia Center explains what the condition is and how it can impact people.
Costs can get out-of-hand fairly quickly when trying to plan spring break. Here are some tips on how to keep costs low.
Student journalists are bringing attention to censorship issues to mark Student Press Freedom Day.
Happy National Margarita Day! The folks at Margaritaville will be hosting a class on how to make the perfect version of the drink Jimmy Buffett sang about. Tim McGill took a crash course today on Good Day Chicago.
Avery Cunningham joins Good Day Chicago to talk about her new Chicago-based novel "The Mayor of Maxwell Street."
Forget the tooth-fairy leaving a present under your little one's pillow. These days some kids get a full blown party. It's part of a new parenting trend called "Inchstones," where even the smallest accomplishments are celebrated.