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Bobby Rush Calls For Special Task Force To Find Missing Black Women And Girls
"The fact that these women are exploited, brutalized, missing, murdered — and overlooked — without a serious, determined effort from law enforcement just smacks of benign neglect," the congressman said.
House Music Legend DJ Paul Johnson Recovering After COVID-19 Forced Him Onto A Ventilator
"He's a survivor. He never gives up, and he always does what he says he's going to do," said a friend of the house music legend. He's breathing on his own after being placed on a ventilator last week.
Want A Hot Dog … Without The Beef? Here Are 22 Veggie Dog Options In Chicago
Trying to get a Chicago-style dog sans the beef? We've got you covered with these local vegetarian and vegan spots.
4th Ward Residents Can Join A Virtual Public Safety Forum Wednesday
Residents of Grand Boulevard, Hyde Park, Kenwood and Oakland can participate and submit questions in advance.
Chicago Style: 40 Photos Of Hot Dogs — And The Stands We Love — To Make You Drool Today
PHOTOS: In Chicago, hot dogs aren't just a meal — they're a work of art.
Showtime Puts $500K Toward Vacant Lot Cleanup And Art Installations In North Lawndale, Bronzeville
The money will fund a cleanup of 32 vacant lots in the neighborhoods and support six public art installations that will be created by the Chicago Public Art Group.
No Plans This Weekend? Check Out This ‘BLOC Party’ In Bronzeville
The "BLOC" — Bronzeville Loving Our Community — party starts 5 p.m. July 25 with food, music and live performances.
Here’s Where You Can Get Vaccinated This Weekend In Bronzeville
As the number of Delta variant cases rise, South Side organizations are teaming up to get more residents vaccinated.
Michael Reese Megadevelopment Approved By City Council, Clearing Way For Apartments, Retail, Park And New Pavilion
The $3.8 billion project will overhaul Bronzeville land that has been sitting empty for more than a decade.
Get A History Lesson On Two Wheels About The 1919 Race Riot — And Its Impact On Modern Chicago
With visits to riot sites and other important parts of Chicago Black history, organizers of a weekend bike ride want to give context to the racial violence of a century ago.
Bronzeville Church That Held Emmett Till’s Funeral Gets $150K Grant For Renovations
The $150,000 grant will help church leaders fix water damage and cracks in the foundation of a building that's only been renovated twice in the past century.
Michael Reese Megadevelopment Moves Forward, Set For Pivotal City Council Vote Wednesday
The first part of the $3.8 billion project to transform the Bronzeville hospital site includes an innovation center, welcoming center, senior housing, a repurposed pavilion and a park.
After Pandemic Adoption Boom, People Are Ditching Their Backyard Chickens. Local Rescue Groups Are Trying To Save Them
The Chicago Roo Crew is seeing more people than usual getting rid of their birds — a difficulty on top of trying to pay off vet bills for the birds they already care for.
‘Black Wall Street’ Exhibit Kicks Off The Reopening Of Build Bronzeville, Closed Since The Pandemic Began
The exhibit, featuring work by a Bronzeville artist, will honor the economic resilience of Black Chicago and beyond.
$1 Million Fund To Reward People Who Turn In Illegal Guns Being Created, Lightfoot Says
Chicagoans who know where illegal guns are being kept will be able to tell police to get a financial reward as the city tries to prevent gun violence.
After Years Selling Negro League-Inspired Clothes, A Bronzeville Businessman Is Opening His First Store Thanks To City Grant
Flyball, Reggio's Pizza and Pop That Pop On The Grove received grants through the city's Neighborhood Opportunity Fund.
Ida B. Wells Foundation Hosting Friday Morning Meditation In Honor Of Her Birthday
The one-hour meditation starts 7 a.m. Friday at 3700 S. Langley Ave. No experience is necessary, but participants should bring a blanket or a comfortable folding chair.
Chicago’s Ultimate Ice Cream Guide: 100+ Places To Get Soft Serve, Shakes, Paletas And More Across The City
From soft serve to Thai rolled ice cream, mangoneadas and paletas, we've rounded up more than 90 spots with the best chilly sweet treats in Chicago.
From Muddy To Chance To Noname: Bronzeville’s Newest Mural Pays Homage To Blues Past While Looking Toward Future
The mural is part of a local organization's ongoing efforts to keep blues alive.
South, West Side Entrepreneurs Get $10 Million In City Grants To Expand And Build Their Businesses
Nuevo Leon Bakery, Reggio's Pizza and ChiFresh Kitchen are among the businesses that got city money to build up their work.