The site of the former Southway Hotel, listed in the Green Book, 1938-67. Sarah Hoskins

The Real ‘Green Book’ In Chicago: Vacant Lots Replace Black-Owned Businesses That Once Thrived In Bronzeville And Beyond

The Green Book listed places safe for black travelers to stay. But many of the businesses did not survive. "If you're going to erase a community's history, you've got to kill the landmarks."

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Lexington Betty Smokehouse Opening In Pullman Food Hall In A Food Truck-To-Restaurant Evolution

"I want to be living proof to other women and girls that look like me that we can have our own companies and create them from the bottom up,” said owner Dominique Leach.

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Mugging Caught On Video Shows Woman Attacked While Cleaning Snow Off Car In Belmont-Cragin

The mugger ran toward the woman, knocked her down and dragged her on the ground before stealing her purse.

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With Family Chats, Foundation Aims To Introduce Al Raby’s Legacy To A New Generation

CPS CEO Janice Jackson, author Lee Bey and Chicago Housing Commissioner Marisa Novara are among the panelists.