Articles By Mauricio Peña
The announcement to stay closed until 2021 caught some vendors off guard.
The Dining Together, Apart initiative has brought 21 pods to Fulton Market to help restaurants stay afloat amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The union will outline its plans for the site during a virtual meeting at 6 p.m.
Isabel Hernandez hopes her enormous ofrenda and display inspires younger generations to celebrate and pass on Mexican traditions. "It’s part of our culture that we don’t want to lose."
Alinea Group plans to operate in the City Mouse space for three months beginning in November.
Pilsen Neighbors Ask City: Why Force A Landmark District We Don’t Want But Refuse To Save A Beloved Church?
Planning Commissioner Maurice Cox said the church was not in any “immediate threat” of being demolished — but smaller buildings in Pilsen are.
There are 51 early voting sites across the city. Officials encouraged residents to cast their ballot ahead of the November election.
"The harms caused by rushing this year's census count are irreparable. And respondents will suffer their lasting impact for at least the next 10 years," Justice Sonia Sotomayor said in her dissent.
The museum was forced to close to the public because of the pandemic. The grant is the largest the Pilsen museum has ever received, leaders said.