Step Down Cafe owner Leonel “Leo” Rodriguez holds post-it note with recipes that barista Kenneth "Kenny" Paterimos carried in his pocket. Paterimos was stabbed to death in February. Mauricio Peña/ Block Club Chicago

Step Down Cafe, A Pilsen Coffee Shop That Created Community, Closes For Good Because Of Coronavirus Shutdown

Opening the cafe was a dream six years in the making for Leonel Rodriguez. But after a beloved barista was slain and the pandemic forced it to close for months, it won’t reopen.

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Former Illinois Congressman Blasts Goya Foods, Joins Boycott Of Company After CEO Praises Trump

Following the ceremony, Goya Foods faced swift backlash from people who urged others never to purchase Goya products again.

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West Side Boxing Club Giving Out Produce, Groceries To Families Sunday: ‘We Want To Run This Indefinitely’

The organization's next food drive is set for noon - 4 p.m. Sunday at the former home of Mission of Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1345 N. Karlov Ave

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Young Adults Now Make Up Most Of Chicago’s New Coronavirus Cases, City’s Health Chief Says

"I want to make sure that we are reminding younger Chicagoans that their behavior also can put people they love at risk who may be at higher risk of [a negative] outcome," said Dr. Allison Arwady.