Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
Introduced by Pilsen Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez, the ordinance looks to curb "predatory tactics" to get homeowners in gentrifying neighborhoods to sell their property.
South Side LGBTQ Center In The Works; Officials Looking At Sites In Washington Park, Bronzeville And South ShoreBy Maxwell Evans Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published
North Side Alderman Tours Woodlawn As Obama Center Activists Urge Him To Support Community Benefits AgreementBy Maxwell Evans Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published
Exterior, Sanctuary Of St. James Methodist Church In Kenwood To Be Preserved Amid Conversion To Apartments, Co-Working SpotBy Maxwell Evans Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published
It’s Spider Season, Chicago: As Weather Cools, Spiders Get Their Feast On (Which Is Actually A Good Thing)
No, spiders aren't going to colonize your house — though it may seem that way at the moment.
Bibliophile Closes In Hyde Park Just 1 Year After Opening, But Owner Says It Could Reopen With ‘New Team’
A recent divorce, leg injuries and a "downturn" in the food service industry led to the boozy bakery's closure, owner Michael Scott Carter said.
Drivers could run into lane closures on Lake Shore Drive at night and in the early morning as barriers are installed.
Open House Chicago Returning With Dozens Of New Sites To Explore, Including Second City, Copernicus Center
Open House Chicago will run Oct. 19-20 this year and is free.
"The club provides all the equipment: the life vests, the paddles, the boat. All you have to do is bring yourself."
The Board of Election Commissioners is sending out voter cards to more than 1.5 million people across Chicago.
The CTA will mail pregnant people a "baby on board" button so other travelers can give up their seat to the wearers.
With Obama Center On Horizon, Rent Hikes Already Hitting Woodlawn Residents: ‘They Want To Stay Here’
The Obama Center's visibility provides a unique chance to draw attention to the issues behind gentrification in Chicago. "We want the library to be here, but we also don't want to be displaced," one neighbor said.
Over 20 companies and organizations will be looking to hire at tomorrow's employment fair.