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Black Americans May Be Disproportionately Dying of Coronavirus
The data is limited, but it is so far damning.
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When Your Dream Wedding Includes an Informative Bus Tour
Eve L. Ewing takes us along for the ride on this week’s Cut podcast.
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Beloved Chicago Alligator ‘Chance the Snapper’ Has Been Apprehended
“The gator actually brought people together. And that’s pretty cool.”
Chicago’s Hot Duck Is an Alligator Named ‘Chance the Snapper’
“This gator is absolutely in its own league. Sorry, but nothing can compare to this.”
Mysterious Can of Chef Boyardee Runs Amok, Causing Chaos in Chicago
Local police shut down the street because of a “suspicious object.”
Chicago Has Elected Its First Black Lesbian Mayor
Lori Lightfoot has made history — but some advocates are worried about her record.
Jussie Smollett Is Still Maintaining His Innocence
He reportedly stopped by the
set and pleaded with his co-workers to believe him.
Gunman Killed His Ex-Fiancée and Two Others in Chicago Hospital Shooting
Here’s what we know so far.
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Glossier Is Coming to Chicago
A (temporary) shop in the Windy City.
How Parkland Survivors and Chicago Youth Are Uniting to End Gun Violence
Meet the Chicago youth who are working with March for Our Lives organizers in their fight to end gun violence.
A Lebanese Artist Draws Portraits of Syrians in Exile
Mounira Al Solh’s exhibition “I believe in our right to be frivolous” opens at the Art Institute in Chicago today.
40 People Watched a Teen Get Sexually Assaulted on Facebook Without Reporting It
Chicago police are currently investigating the crime.
How Violence Warps Childhood Friendships in Chicago
Most kids simply gravitate toward peers who are similar to them. In violent parts of Chicago, children need to be a lot more deliberate.
This Video Shows the Insane Scale of the Women’s Marches Across the U.S.
Video shot by aerial cameras show hundreds of thousands of women taking to the streets on Saturday.
Why Is New York So Much Safer Than Chicago?
How cities shape behavior.
What Do You Wear When You’re a ’90s Rock Band?
Clothing and the lack thereof, at the Chicago dive bar the Empty Bottle.
Brandy on Broadway and Learning to Love Yourself
“I was depressed for a little bit — actually, for a while.”
Don’t Forget to Shop Small Businesses This Saturday
Because Black Friday can be too crazy.
Look Back at Vivian Maier’s Mysterious Secret Photographs
A new book provides the most comprehensive survey of her work to date.
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Around the World in 45 Hats
From Casablanca to Canada, people love a good topper, regardless of the weather.
Global Street Style: From Tokyo to Tbilisi and Beyond
A sneak preview of The Cut’s weekly international street-style coverage.
Kim Kardashian Shares First Full-Family Photo
“This was all we got before all three kids started crying.”