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Rebuild Foundation Looking For More Artists-in-Residence For Retreat At Currency Exchange Cafe
The six-month program allows local entrepreneurs to gain brick-and-mortar experience while earning an honorarium up to $10,000.
The Silver Room Block Party Is Back This Weekend. Here’s How To Go In Style
Here's what you need to know before you slide through at Oakwood Beach.
Activists Say They’re Being Left Out Of City’s Plan To Combat Sex Trafficking And Gender-Based Violence
The city is devoting $25 million to boost services for survivors, training, education and other prevention. Some say they've not been informed or included in any of it.
After 48 Chickens Saved From Cockfighting Ring, Rescue Group Looking For Foster Homes
The roosters and hens were rescued from an alleged cockfighting ring in June. Local chicken rescue Chicago Roo Crew needs help finding homes for some of the birds.
Family Of Diamond And Tionda Bradley, Who Went Missing 21 Years Ago, Ask For Public’s Help At Vigil: ‘I Pray Every Day’
The family of the missing girls believe the answers to their disappearance are still out there.
South Loop’s Motor Row Gets $11 Million Facelift
Mayor Lori Lightfoot championed the project as one of the city's tools to "enhance public safety" by protecting pedestrians.
Bronzeville’s Obsidian Collection Faces The Public As It Pushes To Turn Palmer Mansion Into Its New Home
After a year of delays, the team behind the Palmer Mansion renovation unveiled their plan to residents at a spirited public meeting.
Missing Sisters Diamond And Tionda Bradley To Be Honored At Vigil Wednesday In Bronzeville
The case generated national attention, but the girls have not been found since going missing in 2001. Their family "continues to cling to the hope that one day they may be found."
Two Bronzeville Schools Getting New Streetlights To Make Student Commutes Safer
Work is underway on the $300,000 project through ComEd, which will install solar-powered streetlights at the two schools.
Moms, Dads And Kids Join Family-Focused Pro-Choice Rally In Bronzeville: ‘Abortion Is Health Care, Health Care Is A Right’
The organizer of the Monday march said her sister died from an unsafe abortion, highlighting the need for comprehensive and safe reproductive health care.
July 4 ‘Families For Abortion Access’ March Aims To Elevate Voices Of Those Who Will Be Hurt Most By Roe Ruling
The owner of Kido Chicago organized the family-friendly Bronzeville march to welcome people of color and those who already have kids — groups that will be disproportionally harmed by abortion bans.
Decades Before Boystown, South Side Jazz Clubs Were A Haven For Queer Chicagoans
From the 1930s through the mid-1960s, drag shows were among Bronzeville and Woodlawn’s hottest nightlife attractions, attracting patrons of all races and sexual orientations.
After Crowds And Shooting Near 31st Street Beach, Some South Lakefront Residents Want ‘More Aggressive Action’ From Police
"Most of us live near the lake because we want to walk on the lake. We can’t do that anymore. It’s not fun anymore," one resident said. Others say the issue has been blown out of proportion.
Jonathan Jackson Declares Victory In 1st District Primary To Replace Bobby Rush In Congress
Rising above a crowded field, Jackson is now the favorite to take over for Rush in Congress, as Democrats have held the 1st District seat since 1934.
Bronzeville’s CBQ Beauty Bar Brings Express Facials To 4400 Grove Development
Owner Nichole Doss has been making people glow for 30 years. Now, she'll be doing it in one on of the most-anticipated developments in the neighborhood.
Washington Park Apartments Coming Near Green Line Stop, With More Housing, Data Center Pitched For Near South Side
The 49-unit apartment building with ground-floor retail space would be one block away from the 51st Street Green Line station.
Pride South Side Returning With Parties, Family-Friendly Activities And More For LGBTQ Pride
Pride South Side celebrates Pride Month with a variety of activities, including a mini ball and dance party. It runs July 1-3.
Chicago Delays Plan For New Near South Side High School Amid Mounting Concerns
The proposal would put a high school where the Harold Ickes Homes once stood near 24th and State streets.
South Side Red Line Commuters Rattled After Rider Shot, Seriously Wounded Near 47th Street Station
A man riding a northbound Red Line train argued with someone who then shot him in his back and legs, police said. "I'm seeing people getting hurt, people getting killed. It's terrible," one rider said.
5 South, West And Far Northwest Side Groups Get Cook County’s First Violence Prevention Grants
The beneficiaries from the $65 million program supported by federal funding include organizations based in Norwood Park, Lawndale, Brighton Park and Roseland.