Plans To Turn Historic West Loop Church Into Art Gallery And Restaurant Presented To Neighbors Tuesday
The shuttered Church of the Epiphany, built in 1885, hosted the funerals for slain Black Panther leader Fred Hampton and murdered Chicago Mayor Carter Harrison Sr.
What Happens When The News Crews Go Away? Filmmaker Who Lost Brother Explores How Gun Violence Impacts FamiliesBy Alex V. Hernandez Albany Park Primary category in which blog post is published
26th Ward Attack Mailer Accuses Candidate Theresa Siaw Of Lying About Her Job — But It’s Not True, Her Former Boss SaysBy Mina Bloom Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale Primary category in which blog post is published
Douglas Robinson, 57, died after being shot Monday at "Tent City," officials said.
Nine candidates — thinned from a crowd of 15 — all hope to replace current Ald. Willie Cochran, who is awaiting trial on corruption charges.
The 30th Ward Deserves More Than A ‘Rubber Stamp’ Alderman, Young Challengers To Reboyras Tell Voters
Jessica W. Gutierrez, daughter of U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, and Edgar Esparza, a 23-year-old college student, are challenging the longtime alderman.
Ald. Mell ‘Disappointed’ After Election Guide Labels Her A ‘Disservice To White Dykes,’ But Author Of Guide Says It Wasn’t Homophobic
The guide calls openly-gay Ald. Deb Mell (33rd) "a defiler of bowties and a disservice to White dykes everywhere in the city."
At least two burglaries have been reported since Feb. 8.
Wicker Park Meeting About Lincoln Yards Canceled — Because Sterling Bay Never Agreed To It In The First Place
The city's Community Development Commission is slated to consider the $900 million Cortland/Chicago River TIF proposal Tuesday.
The new five-story facility at 3533 W. North Ave. offers everything from a market to a medical clinic.
The hand-drawn mini guide highlights spots like The Hideout, Laurie’s Planet of Sound and The Empty Bottle.
Vajra is now open at 1329 W. Chicago Ave. in West Town.