UberPool Fare Hikes Hit Low-Income Neighborhoods in Chicago Hardest, Analysis Shows
A Reuters analysis of ride-hail data in Chicago shows that rising fares for shared rides, which were most often booked in low-income neighborhoods, resulted in lower ridership.
You Can Airbnb an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile This Summer, If That's Your Thing
Hey, Chicago: "For the first time ever, your wildest hot dog dreams can come true with a stay in our 27-foot-long hot dog on wheels."
‘Disco Demolition Night’ Was a Disgrace, and Celebrating It Is Worse
The Chicago White Sox are commemorating an infamous 1979 near-riot in which a primarily white crowd destroyed records made by Black and gay artists. It's shameful.