Articles By Linze Rice
“Who ever thought you’d be able to say, ‘I’m a Democratic Socialist,’ and people would say, ‘That’s a good thing,” one defeated alderman said.
"In a year of anti-incumbency, with the last name 'Mell,' and all this with Ald. Burke and Ald. Solis going on, I think we're doing pretty good," Ald. Deb Mell said.
A proposal to replace the 95-year-old building with a bank, a YWCA and co-working space moved forward Friday.
"I fear if we continue this process and don't protect Old Irving Park, we're going to have to re-name it 'New Irving Park,'" Ald. John Arena said.
The Claremont Cottages evoke the sense of a "small village of somewhere other than Chicago; like you're in another country," one preservation leader said.
Preservationists hope to include the buildings in a proposed Near North Side historic district.
Division Street Puerto Rican Flags, Little Village Arch And Boystown Rainbow Pylons Should Be Landmarked, Preservationists Say
The famous neighborhood symbols have been noted for their cultural and historic significance.
The Art Deco-style rainbow pylons along North Halsted Street that pay homage to LGBT history are one step closer to gaining status as Chicago landmarks.
After Sex Article Mistakenly Posted On Portillo’s Facebook Page, Hot Dog Fans Bust Out The Wiener Puns
Unsurprisingly, commenters who saw the post took the restaurant to task with jokes about beef and buns.