Spiteful Brewing is doing a lot more canning of its beers than it did before the pandemic shut the state down.provided

Can Chicago Brewers Survive Coronavirus? As Keg And Taproom Sales Dry Up, Future Uncertain

Scrambling to transfer keg inventory to cans, brewers are doing anything they can to survive: "If this shutdown goes longer than five months, I think we’re going to be in trouble.”

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City Settles Chicago Freedom School Lawsuit After Group Was Cited For Offering Food To Protesters Trapped Downtown

The school now plans to continue its work training primarily Black and Brown youth the fundamentals of community organizing without the fear of reprisal.

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Southwest Side Construction Worker Quickly Deported To Mexico While Awaiting DACA Decision

With the Trump administration seeking to kill the Obama-era program for immigrants, Jesus Alberto ‘Beto’ Lopez Gutierrez, 25, was deported after suing ICE.

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CPS Dodged Reforming Police In Schools For Two Years, Inspector General Says. Now, District Vows To Do Better

For five hours Thursday, aldermen grilled CPS and CPD officials about why they failed to address concerns about police in city schools.