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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A 300-Person Party In Wicker Park Got Shut Down Over The Weekend, City Says

The "dangerous and unlicensed commercial party" was shut down and the organizers cited, the city said.

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Home Run Inn, St. Sabina Team Up For ‘Giving Tuesday’ Pizza Giveaway

The event kicks off the pizzeria's month-long pizza donation drive for first responders and families in need.

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43rd Street Pedestrian Bridge Over Lake Shore Drive To Be Replaced With Accessible Overpass

A new bridge that's accessible to wheelchairs and bikes will replace the existing bridge over Lake Shore Drive and the Metra tracks at 43rd Street.