Articles By Lee Edwards
The art sale is from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the South Side Community Arts Center.
The Kwanzaa displays were inspired by the elaborate Christmas displays in shop windows on State Street in the Loop.
The Newberry Consort will host three concerts across Chicagoland featuring popular Christmas music from 17th Century Mexico.
The former site of King Food and Deli has been replaced with a Krispy's Fried Chicken & Seafood restaurant.
CityKey Municipal ID Program Was Pitched As A Way To Help Immigrants — But People From All Walks Of Life Are Snagging One
Need a government-issued ID but don't have a birth certificate or driver's license? This (free, for now) card aims to bring folks out of the "shadows."
“A lot of times on those blocks there’s a lot of blue [police] lights flashing, but we want the kids on those blocks to see some blue holiday lights."
‘Game-Changer’ Englewood STEM High School Is Attracting Students From Outside The Neighborhood, Principal Says
When completed in fall 2019, it will have room for 1,200 students, but its first freshman class will be 300-360 students, the principal said.
‘Positively Melanin,’ Born From An Obama Foundation Project, Helps Young Black Professionals Find Mentors
Through Positively Melanin young professionals of color will have access to an online community of mentors.
After opening a thriving BBQ spot in Grayslake, former engineer Samuel Gilbert was ready to come home.