West Loop Alderman’s Message To Weed Dispensary Owners: Get A Black Partner Or Don’t Come To My Ward
The 11 firms permitted to sell weed on Jan. 1 in Chicago are all owned by white men. “We don’t want to have folks be sharecroppers," Burnett said.
Girls from 7 to 17 can learn the ins and outs of webpage building.
Randolph Holiday Market and a Menorah Lighting at Mary Bartleme Park will return later this month.
A similar protest in September attracted thousands of activists.
The school's programs include Advanced Placement (AP) classes, fine arts, athletics, a law program with an in-house court room and more.
Children can meet Spider-Man, Batman and Anna and Elsa from "Frozen" at businesses along the 53rd Street corridor Saturday.
How Can Humboldt Park’s Field House Better Serve The Neighborhood? Locals Asked To Weigh In At Workshops
The events are part of a larger city-run program that aim to "reimagine cultural priorities and programming that speak to the interests of each neighborhood."
The 11-year-old girl was walking home from school in the 3700 block of West 31st Street when a woman approached her, she reported.
Oner Hasturk's new shop also features products from other local makers — from terrariums to a wall of miniature paintings.
50 Years Ago, Fred Hampton Was Murdered By Police. Each Year, His Loved Ones Tell His Story: ‘This Legacy Is Under Attack’
Fifty years after police killed the chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party, his fiancee and friends gathered at the site to remember the revolutionary.