Articles By Maxwell Evans
Service At Troubled Bronzeville Post Office Improving, Ald. Says, But ‘Still Not Where It Should Be’
A lot less neighbors attended the meeting, but those who did are still not thrilled with the service at their neighborhood post office.
Who Needs Instruments, Anyway? Grant Park Chorus Brings A Capella Series To South Shore Cultural Center
The chorus will make a stop in South Shore for its "In the Parks" a capella series, celebrating works written by women — including a commissioned piece from award-winning composer Lori Laitman.
New 79th Street Murals Beautify Vacant Lot In South Shore: ‘These Are Our Pyramids … Our Great Statues Of Rome’
Street art veteran Max Sansing and up-and-comer Kayla Mahaffey want their newest murals to make 79th Street a destination for all Chicagoans.
The sales, which have been held for at least 40 years, will run from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. July 27 and 28.
Silver Room Block Party Built On Positivity, But Neighbors Raise Concerns About How To Handle ‘Knuckleheads’
One business owner who says his employee was punched last year called for more security ahead of the July 20 party.
Rising Chicago Artists Can Get Exposure — And Food — At Build Coffee’s ‘Meal-Based Residency’ In Woodlawn
Artists have until July 31 to apply to be displayed at the coffee shop — and in exchange, receive three free meals a week for the duration of the show.
South Shore’s New ‘Walk, Stroll And Talk’ Program Has A Simple Approach: Get Out And Meet Your Neighbors
The Neighborhood Network Alliance is helping residents connect as they face a turning point in South Shore's history.