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


-‘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]


-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]


-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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