Tuesday: Eat. Drink. Do.

A Big Star bourbon release party, a play about a potato-powered time machine and more things to do in Chicago on Tuesday, July 28.

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  • No-lapalooza food & drink specials

    No-lapalooza food & drink specials

    Whether you couldn't afford the tickets, procrastinated until they sold out or just don't like fighting crowds to get to the next stage, you won't be among the 300,000 people descending on Grant Park this weekend for Lollapalooza. Luckily, while concertgoers are packing the fest's beer garden and...

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  • Walker chomps double cheeseburger, Trump's tweet

    Walker chomps double cheeseburger, Trump's tweet

    Republican presidential hopeful Scott Walker made a Chicago campaign stop Monday at the Billy Goat Tavern, where he found himself talking about the guy whose last name is plastered in large, stainless steel letters across a skyscraper a couple of blocks away.

  • 2010 killing of Chicago cop detailed at trial; man claims self-defense

    2010 killing of Chicago cop detailed at trial; man claims self-defense

    The man on trial in the killing of Chicago police Officer Thor Soderberg hated police and surprised the officer as he changed out of his uniform at shift end and placed his duty belt down, a Cook County prosecutor alleged Monday.

  • Aldermen to hold hearing on untested rape kits

    Aldermen to hold hearing on untested rape kits

    Chicago aldermen on Monday called on police officials to provide information on how quickly rape kits are being tested by the state crime lab, part of a largely symbolic effort to determine whether a large backlog is hampering work to apprehend rapists.

  • ComEd to hold energy fairs to help low-income customers

    ComEd to hold energy fairs to help low-income customers

    Commonwealth Edison will hold energy fairs at satellite locations across the region Monday in order to get money to thousands of people struggling to pay their electricity bills in northern Illinois.

  • Wabash Lights exceeds Kickstarter goal, hopes to begin test this fall

    Wabash Lights exceeds Kickstarter goal, hopes to begin test this fall

    The designers of an ambitious plan to install colorful LED lights on the underside of the Wabash Avenue "L" tracks raised almost $60,000 in a Kickstarter campaign that will allow them to move forward with a test of the project.

  • Can Bears win more than 7 games? Optimist vs. pessimist

    Can Bears win more than 7 games? Optimist vs. pessimist

    The Bears finished 2014 in a disorienting tailspin. They lost their final five games, finished 5-11 and failed to make the playoffs for the seventh time in eight seasons. The implosion triggered major changes at Halas Hall, starting with the overhaul of the front office and coaching staff. So it's...

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