The Oscar-nominated film "Green Book" brings to light a chapter in Chicago history.Left: Universal Studios; Right: New York Public Library Digital Collections, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (Jean Blackwell Hutson Research and Reference Division)

The Real ‘Green Book’: In Chicago, The Famous Directory For Black Motorists Pointed To Bronzeville

The film "Green Book," which is up for Best Picture on Sunday, is named for the annual guide listing where black travelers could safely go.

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Here’s A Look Inside Time Out Market, The Huge New Fulton Market Food Hall That Opens Thursday

“If you want to find the best Chicago has to offer and you have only had three days, Time Out Market would be a great way to experience the city," CEO Didier Souillat said.

Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop Primary category in which blog post is published

Pilsen Nonprofit’s $20 Million Affordable Housing Development Approved By City Committee

If approved by City Council, the Resurrection Project will build 37 affordable apartments at the corner of 19th and Racine.

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Logan Square All-Affordable Apartments Score City Council Approval Despite Ald. Lopez’s Push To Stall Project

Ald. Ray Lopez said people called his South Side ward office to speak out against the proposal, but the zoning change was ultimately granted.