St. Adalbert Catholic Church's future is in limbo as parishioners wait for a decision by the Vatican’s highest court. Mauricio Peña/ Block Club Chicago

In Pilsen, Churches Are More Than Sunday Mass — And Their Closures Are ‘Devastating’

Two years after the Archdiocese of Chicago announced a merger of Pilsen churches, parishioners are feeling a loss of community ties.

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These Chicago-Centric Old Slang Words Don’t Make Us Look Very Good

Have you ever heard of a "Chicago bankroll" or a "Chicago typewriter"?

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In First Term As Mayor, Lightfoot’s Schools Agenda To Include Overhaul Of Budgets, Campus Policing

Lori Lightfoot’s transition committees presented recommendations for the mayor-elect’s agenda Friday.

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South Side’s First Food Hall Opens In Pullman Featuring 3 African-American Chefs: ‘We Did Something Here. We Really Did’

Laine's Bake Shop, Exquisite Catering and Events and Majani Soulful Vegan Cuisine set up shop in the 111th Gateway Retail Center.