Right: Pilsen artist Oscar Romero fixes his Virgen de Guadelupe mural on 16th Street late Monday. The mural was defaced last week. Mauricio Peña/ Block Club Chicago

Pilsen Artist Restores Defaced Virgen De Guadalupe Mural, With A Little Help From A Stranger

“The truth is when I saw [the graffiti] it made me really angry,” artist Oscar Romero said. “But I took a step back and said, 'this is chance to restore the Virgen.'”

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Cops Who Break Rules Will Get Fired, Lightfoot Says: ‘Some Of The Things We’ve Seen Aren’t Honest Mistakes’

"We will find you, we will identify you and we will strip you of your police powers," Lightfoot said.

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City Sending Security Teams, Trucks To Neighborhood Business Strips For Protection This Weekend, Lightfoot Says

The moves are part of "an effort to prevent the widespread violence and destruction we've seen" in recent days, Lightfoot said.

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On 13th Anniversary, Center On Halsted’s Windows Boarded Up Due To Anti-LGBTQ Threats: ‘This Is Not What We Created Here’

The Center On Halsted received anonymous, anti-LGBTQ threats saying "you're next" and that people were coming to "bust the windows out," CEO Modesto Tico Valle said.