Articles By Maria Maynez

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Pullman Community Center Closed Temporarily, Will Follow CPS Guidance On When To Reopen

Since its grand opening in 2018, the Community Center at 10355 S. Woodlawn Ave. has become a key part of recreation and team practices in the area

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With Sales Down 80 Percent, New Lexington Betty Smokehouse Delivered Free Food To Cops, Polling Place

Dominique Leach is transitioning her new smokehouse in Pullman to delivery, offering family specials.

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Khleo Morris’ Art, Which Highlights Icons With Color And Contrast, On Display In Pullman

For Morris, wood is the perfect canvas to “represent the beauty in our own imperfections."

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Building A Network Of Block Clubs In Chicago, One Block And One Captain At A Time

At a ceremony in Washington Heights on Saturday, 56 new block club captains were sworn in by Illinois Supreme Court Justice P. Scott Neville.

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Laine’s Bake Shop Closing In Pullman’s One Eleven Food Hall This Week

Laine's will continue its wholesale operation and plans to open a new production space and small bakery in Woodlawn this spring.

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Pullman National Monument Marks 5 Years With High Hopes For Neighborhood Rebirth

Restoration work within the Pullman historic district marches on as the area hits a milestone.

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‘Down Our Own Streets’: Roseland’s Role In Underground Railroad Detailed In Sunday Presentation

A free talk with be given at 3 p.m. Sunday at The Pullman National Monument Visitor Center, 11141 S. Cottage Grove.

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Work To Begin On Visitors Center In Pullman’s Historical Clock Tower

The National Park Service, which is leading the project, hopes to complete the visitors center by spring 2021. It just awarded a $5.8 million contract for the work.