Articles By Maxwell Evans
The company is looking to hire about 70 part-time staffers for its new location at 1526 E. 55th St.
Bibliophile Closes In Hyde Park Just 1 Year After Opening, But Owner Says It Could Reopen With ‘New Team’
A recent divorce, leg injuries and a "downturn" in the food service industry led to the boozy bakery's closure, owner Michael Scott Carter said.
"The club provides all the equipment: the life vests, the paddles, the boat. All you have to do is bring yourself."
With Obama Center On Horizon, Rent Hikes Already Hitting Woodlawn Residents: ‘They Want To Stay Here’
The Obama Center's visibility provides a unique chance to draw attention to the issues behind gentrification in Chicago. "We want the library to be here, but we also don't want to be displaced," one neighbor said.
For Decades, Chicago’s Black Cowboys Have Kept An Overlooked History Alive. Now, Thanks To Lil Nas X, People Are Paying Attention
Roy Rogers. Gene Autry. Buffalo Bill. When you think of a cowboy, odds are you think of a white man. But Chicago's community of black cowboys have been here all along.
A Community Benefits Agreement is needed to protect longterm residents from displacement, the UIC study's author said.
The rock club's newest location won't feature the live music its home base is known for this season, but food, drinks and lakefront views are available before it gets cold outside.
After a rocky path to its opening, students and parents hope the charter school can increase access to artistic pursuits for South Side children.
Plans to install an elevator would make the station accessible, while the 60th Street entrance — closed for more than three decades — would be reopened.