Happening in Chicago now — May 30, 2018

Happening in Chicago now — May 30, 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.

May 30, 2018

News

-‘Let’s go,’ man yells while fleeing fatal shooting in South Loop [Chicago Tribune]

-Police: Wrigleyville Taco Bell worker stabbed by manager [Chicago Tribune]

-Fast lane: Potential challenger to Mayor Rahm Emanuel racks up tickets from city [Chicago Sun-Times]

-Private schools, poised to grow in Illinois, move into closed Chicago public schools [Chicago Reporter]

Sports

-There Was No Joy in Pittsburgh…Ever; Cubs 8, Pirates 6 [Cubs Den]

-Bears QBs coach Dave Ragone on Mitch Trubisky’s development: ‘Everything is a lot more natural’ [Chicago Tribune]

-White Sox’s Lucas Giolito buys himself some time with so-so outing in 7-3 loss [Chicago Tribune]

-When Hizzoner Hired the Rajah of Swat, Rogers Hornsby {Chicago Magazine]

Entertainment

-Lollapalooza aftershows include Franz Ferdinand, Lizzo [Chicago Tribune]

-Happy Place is bringing the Instagram-ready art pop-up trend to Chicago [RedEye]

-Does Chicago have too many music festivals? [Reader]

On this day

-Memorial Day Massacre: Chicago Police Department shoot and kill 10 unarmed demonstrators during the “Little Steel Strike” in the United States (May 30, 1937)

-First major league network baseball game — Cleveland 7, Chicago 2 (May 30, 1953)

Yesterday on ChicagoNow

-It’s not the Second Amendment that’s in peril, it’s the First – thanks to Roseanne Barr’s big mouth and ABC [Planet Michelle]

-What I’ve Learned in 10 Years of Marriage [Becoming SuperMommy]

-Heaven received another star Juan Bucio CFD [Interesting Chicago]

Lead image via Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune

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