Roz Varon's Weekender Report
There is still time to visit the Chicago Auto Show, in town through Monday. Since this is a three day weekend for many, here are some other events worth checking out.
MLB-sanctioned artist depicts Cubs' World Series win with limited-edition painting
Opie Otterstad, who has created paintings depicting the last 15 years of World Series championships, has commemorated the Cubs' long-awaited win with the limited-edition piece "It Happened."
Bulls' Jimmy Butler: 'I just want to win at all costs'
Jimmy Butler still isn't quite comfortable about his status with the Bulls, but is in "high spirits" even though he knows "you can always be moved."
Trump renews attacks on media amid news of FBI-White House contact
It's his fifth time addressing the gathering.
This year's Oscars could be the show's most political
Hollywood insiders look back at some of the most politically-charged speeches.
Cubs' Pedro Strop agrees to contract extension, signed through 2018
Cubs reliever Pedro Strop is now signed through 2018 after agreeing to a contract extension, the team announced Friday.
Amtrak computer glitch ties up morning Metra trains at Union Station
Metra trains entering and leaving Union Station were extremely delayed during the Friday morning rush due to Amtrak "computer signaling problems" on the north and south sides of the station, according to Metra.
CPD: 81 arrests made in overnight raids
Chicago Police arrested 81 people in overnight raids, a police spokesman announced Friday morning.
The making of 'La La Land': Why it's important to modern cinema
"La La Land" netted a record 14 Oscar nominations.
CTA Red Line trains standing at Cermak-Chinatown
CTA Red Line trains were standing at Cermak-Chinatown due to police activity Friday afternoon, according to the CTA's Twitter.
Deli 4 You offers one-stop shop for Polish eats
For one-stop shopping that will remind Polish ex-pats of home, you need to travel to one of the three locations of the Deli 4 You chain in the region.