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21 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Hot Dog Fest, Porchfest, Do Division And More
There's also an LGBTQ+ writers tour, a Taylor Swift-themed brunch and a laundromat pop-up.2 hours ago
57th Street Art Fair Brings More Than 150 Artists To Hyde Park This Weekend
"There are a few shows in the country that, from the moment you pull up to set up at 5 a.m., you know you’re about to have an elevated experience," photographer Mark Hersch said.2 hours ago
Your Guide To LGBTQ+ Family Resources: Foster Programs, Health Centers, Parent Groups, Legal Aid And More
Here's a roundup of nearly 50 resources for LGBTQ+ families in Chicago, from housing support and health care services to social justice and skateboarding groups.
31 Pride Month Parties In Chicago: Gay Prom, Back Lot Bash, Rooftop Parties, Speed Dating And More
Here's a roundup of parties happening all month long — and into July.
Black-Owned Turner Haus Brewery’s Taproom Set To Open At Bronzeville’s Sip And Savor This Year
Co-founder Blair Aikens won the Diversity in Brewing scholarship from the Illinois Craft Brewers Guild, which she'll use for a course on brewing technology.
Huge Community Garage Sale In Jackson Park Highlands Returns Saturday
Nearly three dozen households in the South Shore landmark district will sell vintage and secondhand items along with lemonade, barbecue, baked goods and more.
In ‘This Is Life,’ A Hyde Park Publisher Rediscovers Stories By South Side Writer Frank London Brown
"This Is Life" will feature 133 flash fiction pieces written by Frank London Brown, a beloved writer, activist and musician who died in 1962.
CPS Faces Dwindling Enrollment, Empty Buildings, Soaring Deficits Decade After Mass Closure Of Schools
Top public officials are vowing improvements as the district marks the 10th anniversary of its decision to close 49 schools.
You Can Celebrate Promontory Point’s 86th Birthday, New Landmark Status At Saturday’s Point Day
A stone-carving workshop, a synchronized swimming performance, a temporary community mural, free cupcakes and more are on the agenda for the event.
Violence Prevention Efforts Get $2.5 Million Ahead Of Memorial Day Weekend, Mayor Brandon Johnson Announces
The $2.5 million in private grants will help hundreds of local groups host "fun, safe" programs for young people this summer across the South and West sides, Johnson said.
28 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Mole De Mayo, Memorial Day Parade, Randolph Street Market And More
You can also check out the Belmont-Sheffield Music Fest, a South Side chili cook-off, Mayfestiversary and a Star Wars burlesque comedy show.
$48.4 Million Woodlawn Affordable Housing Development Should Have ‘Space For Community,’ Neighbors Say
The Woodlawn Social project was selected this month as the winning proposal to redevelop land on East 63rd Street, bringing 60 affordable apartments and 10 townhomes to the area.
Washington Park Save A Lot Closed Indefinitely After Multiple Break-Ins This Weekend, Co-Owner Says
Co-owner Michael Nance did not commit to reopening the Washington Park store. Customers are being directed to a new Englewood Save A Lot that's drawn pushback from neighbors.
Sneakerville 88 Opens A Second Location Friday, Bringing Collectible Sneakers To Hyde Park
Though online resellers have had a major impact on the resale industry, Sneakerville 88 will offer an alternative for those who "still like to come in, touch and feel the sneakers," owner James Denman Jr. said.
Shop The Fashionable Estate Of South Side Socialite Grace Jones This Weekend
Jones — a corporate trailblazer and fashion maven of no relation to the model and musician — amassed an extensive collection of designer clothes and furniture that will be sold from her Kenwood condo.
29 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: A Vintage Market, Pilsen Cantina Crawl, Taylor Swift Dance Party And More
There's also an interactive Taiwanese music concert, a Ravenswood garage sale, a non-alcoholic social and a bike ride celebrating the city's youth.
Hyde Park’s Business Leaders Push To Extend Special Taxing District For 10 Years
The tax district collected nearly $300,000 for 2023, which is used for economic development, improving public safety and beautifying spaces along Hyde Park's business corridors.
Hyde Park Teens Can Apply For A Paid Summer Workshop To Create A Walking Tour Of Their Neighborhood
Young people who live or attend school in Hyde Park can apply through May 26. They'll get paid $1,500 and will own the final project to include in portfolios.
No Wonder So Many Alderpeople Get In Trouble: There Is No Training Manual For Newly Elected Folks
City Council still doesn’t have a formal onboarding and transition process for new alderpeople. Different groups have tried to fill the gap — and compete for influence.
South Shore Neighbors Sue To Stop City From Opening Temporary Migrant Shelter At Old High School
Residents have shouted down plans for the school, blasted the city for its poor communication around a growing "humanitarian crisis" and said leaders systemically ignore neighbors' needs in the mostly Black community.