Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
Chance The Rapper’s New Music Video Game For ‘I Love You So Much’ Was Designed By South Side Students
Rather than drop a music video for the single, Chance the Rapper's charity SocialWorks released a video game coded and designed by South Side students.
Despite Delays In Sale, Plans To Raze And Redevelop Long-Vacant Washington Park National Bank Building RemainBy Maxwell Evans Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published
Expungement Clinic, Job Fair Saturday Aims To Help Those Hurt By The War On Drugs Benefit From Legal Weed BusinessBy Maxwell Evans Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published
Chicago’s ‘Porch Pirates’ Are Stealing Your Packages With A Vengeance During The Holidays, Rankings SayBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
You Can Smoke Weed In Your Backyard Or Back Porch And Not Get Busted, Chicago’s Mayor And New Top Cop Say
You still can't smoke in public spaces like on the sidewalk or your front porch, though.
The Holiday Adopt-a-Thon starts Friday and ends Sunday.
Children can meet Spider-Man, Batman and Anna and Elsa from "Frozen" at businesses along the 53rd Street corridor Saturday.
Jesse Binga, Chicago’s First Black Banker Who Refused To Let Bombings Stop His Ambition, Profiled In New Book
Jesse Binga came to Chicago as a Pullman porter, made millions in real estate and died a janitor.
"It is one lakeshore. ... We cannot just talk about the problems as it affects the north shore when we're having the same problems."
Black Aldermen Will Push To Stall Weed Sales Over Lack Of Black Dispensary Owners At Meeting Wednesday
Without Mayor Lightfoot's support, the proposal to push recreational weed sales back to July 1 is considered a long shot.
Uptown, Andersonville Have Had The Most Gay Marriages In Chicago. Here’s How Your Neighborhood Stacks Up
There have been 14,860 marriage licenses issued to same-sex couples in Cook County since 2013.
Army Corps Of Engineers To Address Rising Lake Levels And South Side Shore Erosion At Monday Meeting
With emergency work underway to stabilize the Far North Side's shoreline, U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush wants to save the South Side's shoreline, too.
The ban is in place until April 1.