Articles By Block Club Chicago Staff
Hyde Park’s D’Angelo Law Library: A Showstopper With Famous Architect, Rich History And Little Respect
Lee Bey's Overlooked South Side Buildings: U.S. Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren was there when the cornerstone was laid. Richard M. Nixon was at the dedication. And Barack Obama taught constitutional law there from 1992 to 2004.
Police Supt. Eddie Johnson ‘Had A Couple Of Drinks’ Before Falling Asleep In His Car, Mayor Lightfoot Says
In the midst of a teacher strike, the new mayor is now facing a controversy with the city's top cop.
Police said Johnson felt lightheaded while driving home after midnight Thursday, pulled over and was found asleep in his car.
The teachers' sticking points, including smaller classes sizes and increased staffing, remain.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s West Pullman Foster House The Cheapest Wright Listing In America, Despite Its Beauty
Lee Bey's Overlooked South Side Architecture: The Stephen A. Foster House and Stable at 12147 S. Harvard Ave.
Lee Bey's Overlooked South Side Architecture: Chicago Vocational High School at 2100 East 87th Street.
Lee Bey's Overlooked South Side Architecture: "An architectural creation from the Space Age, with a roof pointed toward the heavens — in all of Chicago’s 238 square miles of architecture, there is absolutely no other building like this one."
Lee Bey's Overlooked Buildings Of The South Side: The Central Manufacturing District Tower at 2000 W. Pershing Road.
Lee Bey's Overlooked Architecture of the South Side highlights the black-owned GN Bank at 4619 South King Drive.