Articles By Jamie Nesbitt Golden

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Are You An Englewood Resident Looking For A Job? This Wednesday Job Fair Is For You

Starbucks, Amazon, AT&T, FedEx and St. Bernard's Hospital are among the 30 companies that have signed on so far.

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Englewood Block’s Peace Campus Grows After Home Transformed Into ‘Family Resource House’

An Englewood mother who has lived in the neighborhood all her life will be the Resource House’s first resident.

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3 More People Shot On Same Block Where Young Father Was Gunned Down

A section of Englewood that's been guarded by a group of mothers for years was targeted again Thursday night.

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Peace Festival At K.L.E.O. Center In Washington Park Saturday As Nonprofit Marks End Of Summer

There will be music, backpacks filled with school supplies, free haircuts for kids and more at the 11 a.m. festival at the nonprofit's center at 119 E. Garfield Blvd.

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Englewood Back-To-School Parade Kicks Off Saturday With El Hitta, Free School Supplies

According to parade organizers, 3,500 backpacks and school supplies were given to 8,000 attendees at last year's event.

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Collaboraction’s Peacebook Festival Is Back And Heading To Kennedy-King College

Featuring 21 submitted works — each seven minutes or less — Peacebook provides a platform for new or established artists typically overlooked in the local theater scene.

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Some Black Kids Don’t Feel Welcome On The North Side. ‘Folded Map’ Artist Collaborated With Students To Find Out Why

A Chicago Park District program led by Tonika Johnson gives teens and young adults an opportunity to learn about the city — and themselves.