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The cicadas have arrived, a Chicago museum gets a name change, and the Home Alone house is for sale. How much Chicago news did you keep up with this month? Take our May news quiz! 

A series examining sustainable fishing in a changing climate, new seasons of favorite mysteries, and some time in the company of George Takei, Alan Cumming, and Miriam Margolyes.

Moonflower Murders brings back Susan Ryeland and Atticus Pünd to investigate another mystery via Alan Conway's books. 

June is LGBTQ Pride Month, and WTTW has a slate of programming that highlights stories of acceptance, identity, struggle, and features the LGBTQ+ individuals and groups that made waves in their fields. 

Hot dogs, Greek food, strawberries, and wine take center stage at food festivals in Chicago and the suburbs this June. 

The National Memorial Day Concert is here, honoring our military with music, stories of veterans, and more. See the celebrities performing here. 

The team behind the oyster-and-more pop-up Motorshucker is opening a restaurant on the patio of Avondale's Guild Row that will serve po' boys, soft serve, and natural wine during the warm season.

Watch the first trailer for The Marlow Murder Club, an adaptation of a popular novel, while it goes into production for a second season before its premiere this fall.

Dovetail Brewery makes styles of beer mostly ignored by other craft breweries – and serves them in unusual traditions discovered from around the world.

This Memorial Day weekend, explore the extraordinary stories of those in the armed forces with a variety of programming on WTTW.

Max and Jake execute their final plans while everyone else also tries to come out on top during a big bank sale. Who will win out in the end?

Richard arrives on the Isle of Man, unhappy with his late wife, while his daughters continue to wrestle with their own relationship and their mother's choices.

Make a healthy, anthropomorphic snack for your kids from fruits and vegetables.

Make individual-sized, easily handled pizza pops with some garlic butter dipping sauce for a fun treat for kids. 

“We want to be a catalyst for development in these neighborhoods that have been abandoned for over 60 years now,” says the owner of Momentum Coffee, which has locations in under-resourced neighborhoods and offers training and mentorship programs.