Nia Easley (right) is leading tours on Avondale's little-known black settlement using maps and other information she's compiled over the last three years.Provided

Artist Explores Little-Known History Of Avondale’s Black Settlers With New Walking Tours

A group of about 20 black families settled in Avondale in the late 1800s after the construction of the neighborhood's first church. "It was a revelation that this community existed there," the artist said.

Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale Primary category in which blog post is published
Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town Primary category in which blog post is published

Blue Line Trains To O’Hare Won’t Stop At Grand Avenue For 2 Days

Repairs are part of the CTA's "Your New Blue" project, which aims to update the 1950s-era Division, Chicago and Grand avenue train stops.

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

Asrai Garden To Bring 1999 Wicker Park To Fulton Market For Boutique’s 20-Year Anniversary

Miss Earwax Cafe, Jinx Cafe and the Boom Boom Room dance parties? You'll want to check out this celebration of '90s Wicker Park in Fulton Market.

Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published

Chicago Reverend Who Fought For Civil Rights Donates MLK Letters, Protest Pins And More To Library

Rev. Martin L. Deppe began combining his religious work with pro-civil rights and anti-war activism in the 1960s.