Bronzeville, Near South Side
Ban Farm Animals In Chicago? Ald. Lopez Wants Tighter Regulations After Goats, Gators And More Found
"Obviously, farm animals belong on a farm, not in an urban environment like this," said Ald. Ray Lopez (15th).
Groups Fighting To Find Stable Housing For Chicago Kids Get $500K From Youth Homeless Innovation FundBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Don't want the West Side looking like the Las Vegas strip? Tell the city in a new online survey.
All 114 Roosters, Hens Rescued From South Side Cockfighting Ring Have Now Found Homes Thanks To ‘Historic’ Rescue
"It takes a special kind of village to rehome 114 chickens," said one chicken advocate. "This was definitely a first."
Eve Ewing Brings City’s Dark, Racist History To Light In ‘1919,’ A Collection Of Poems About Chicago’s Race Riots
Whose stories get told? Which histories get taught? Poet Eve Ewing views Chicago's 1919 race riots from a new perspective.
The afrofuturistic con returns with a new venue and a renewed purpose.
‘Save The Trees’ Ordinance Pushed By 2 Aldermen To Get City To Try Less-Invasive Water Main Repair Method
If the ordinance passes, the city will launch a new pilot program for cured-in-place pipe technology and put a hold on removing more trees.
Performance Honoring Eugene Williams At Bronzeville Beach Will ‘Reclaim A Site Of Violence’ On Race Riot’s Centennial
About 100 people will float in Lake Michigan at Burroughs Beach Saturday where Williams was killed for crossing invisible racial boundaries 100 years ago.
Like the 1919 riots, the story of Jun Fujita has long been buried. The pioneering photojournalist is now emerging from the shadows of history.
Not talking about the 1919 race riots has been the Chicago Way for 100 years, but ignoring one of the ugliest periods in the city's history is hampering its present and future.
Strong currents and high waves mean Chicago's beaches will be dangerous for swimming all Monday, according to the National Weather Service.