Happening in Chicago now — June 12, 2018

Happening in Chicago now — June 12, 2018

Every weekday morning, catch up on the latest in Chicago news, sports and entertainment with "Happening in Chicago now." Check out yesterday's news here.

June 12, 2018

News

-Your CTA Seat Comes From a 125-Year-Old Company in West Humboldt Park [Chicago Magazine]

-Dozens claim a Chicago detective beat them into confessions. A pattern of abuse or a pattern of lies? [Washington Post]

Sports

-There is One Thing That I Will Never Believe, and that is the Brewers are Better than the Cubs; Cubs 7, Little Brother 2 [Cubs Den]

-You've got mail, LeBron: Come to the Bulls, build something and shock the world [Chicago Sun-Times]

-Another wild ride with Lucas Giolito, another loss for the White Sox in 4-0 defeat to Indians [Chicago Tribune]

Entertainment

-Find 700 kinds of tequila — and other intriguing Mexican spirits — at pioneering Moreno's Liquors [Chicago Tribune]

-'In Their Own Form' photography exhibition spotlights vision of Afrofuturism [RedEye]

-Singer welcomed by America's Got Talent—but not the CTA [Reader]

On this day

-Farmer Labor Party organized in Chicago (June 12, 1920)

Yesterday on ChicagNow

-Where is the outrage over the Chicago Public Schools sexual abuse scandal [Interesting Chicago]

-Names and Nightmares [Becoming SuperMommy]

-10 Illinois properties on the top 100 U.S. property taxes list [ChicagoNow]

Lead image via DS Shin/Chicago Magazine

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