Gay Pride Parade attendees (left) spoke out against a group of neo-Nazis who tried to intimidate parade-goers in 1982, a documentary shows. [YouTube]

Video Shows How Neo Nazis Tried To Shut Down Pride In ’82 – But Chicago’s LGBTQ Community Fought Back

The documentary "Pink Triangles Rising" shows love and bravery among the attendees of Chicago's 1982 Pride Parade.

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Sears Signs At Shuttered Six Corners Store Removed Wednesday Night

Plans for a mixed-use development with retail and residential components at the former Sears still haven't been filed with the city.

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The Lunch Bus Shows There Is Such A Thing As A Free Lunch For Children In Need

The Greater Chicago Food Depository is providing free healthy lunches to kids and teens all over the city this summer.

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Al’s Italian Beef In Wicker Park Shutters

Late Wednesday, the phone was disconnected and the neon lights in the window were dark. A spokesman for the chain confirmed the closure.