Articles By Maxwell Evans
The blocked sanctuary access appears to stem from a misunderstanding between the park district and a contractor who is demolishing the beach house, a park leader said.
The Jeffery Plaza store is the last of the 15 Chicago Dominick’s shuttered in 2013 to be replaced with another grocer.
Saturday’s South Side Pie Challenge Raises Funds To Help Hyde Park Hunger Programs Over The ‘Winter Hump’
The South Side Pie Challenge will be held at the Hyde Park Neighborhood Club, 5480 S. Kenwood Ave, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Tonya Trice, executive director of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, denied the dismissal was related to the summer fest's budget.
Obamas Focus On Community At Foundation Summit, But No Talk Of Neighbors’ Role In Presidential Center Plans
Michelle Obama said the presidential center will bring "life" to a dormant Jackson Park. "It might be protected and loved by its friends, but it's not used by the community."
Hoping To Curb Hyde Park Halloween Chaos, Residents Plan 25+ Block Parties To Keep Eyes, Ears On The Neighborhood
Bennie Currie and his Hyde Park neighbors are looking to end the neighborhood's recent trend of Halloween chaos by simply stepping outside their homes.
Bring Your South Shore Photo Memories To Saturday Event — They Could Be Featured In A Public Collage
Artist Dorian Sylvain will compile South Shore photo memories into a collage to beautify barriers for construction projects in the neighborhood.
With $25,000 Award, South Shore Designer Norman Teague Wants To Open An Accessible South Side Art Studio
"I have so many friends that are like, 'Oh my God, there isn't a work studio on the South Side that's affordable or feasible or accessible,'" Teague said. "I'm investigating ways for that to happen."
The co-op hasn't paid out dividends to shareholders for the last quarter-century, so it didn't exactly live up to its name.