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41 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Randolph Street Market, Beverly Art Walk, Oktoberfests And More
The 312 Block Party, Live! Chicago, SAUCED Night Market and Chicago Gourmet are also on deck.56 minutes ago
Eat At Some Of Pilsen’s Best Restaurants At Tuesday Food Tour
Nearly two dozen Pilsen restaurants are included in ¡Buen Provecho! Taste Of Pilsen.
These South And West Side Neighborhoods Have Been Hardest Hit By Pollution, Study Shows
Chicago's "environmental justice neighborhoods" were identified in a new study, which will help inform how the city develops communities overburdened by pollution and industry.
Charges Against Southwest Side Asylum Seeker Dropped After Police Station Bathroom Protest
The 21-year-old mother faced felonies after migrants protested because they were unable to access the station’s public bathroom.
Volunteers Call For Charges Against Asylum Seeker To Be Dropped After Police Station Bathroom Protest
The 21-year-old mother was arrested after migrants staged a protest because they were unable to access the station’s public bathroom. Police said officers were injured during the arrest.
Pilsen Affordable Housing Project Gets Final Approval From City
The Resurrection Project plans to build 98 affordable apartments near Ashland Avenue and Cermak Road in Pilsen.
Blackhawks’ Massive Expansion Of Near West Side Training Facility Approved
After buying land from nearby Rush Hospital, the Blackhawks will add two new ice rinks, community spaces, a parking lot and a new park to its Fifth Third Arena.
Mexican Independence Day Celebrations In Chicago Include Parades, A 5K And More
The city urges anyone participating in caravans Downtown and on DuSable Lake Shore Drive to be respectful of neighbors and emergency vehicles attempting to get through.
31 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Riot Fest, Ravenswood ArtWalk, Film Festivals And More
The Englewood Jazz Festival, Mexican Independence Day Parade and Connect South Shore Arts Fest are also back this weekend.
Democratic National Convention Won’t Be Impacted By Chicago’s Migrant Crisis, Delegates Say
Delegates touring the United Center on Tuesday brushed off questions about how the city's struggle to care for asylum seekers will affect the 2024 convention.
Blackhawks Training Center Expansion, Thousands Of New Apartments Head To City Council Vote
Proposed housing in the West Loop, Pilsen, Englewood and Bridgeport is one step closer to reality. The City Council is scheduled to vote on the projects Thursday.
Woman Seeking Asylum Arrested After Protest Over Police Station Bathroom Access, Volunteers Say
The 21-year-old mother of two was charged with resisting arrest and obstructing traffic. The case highlights the challenges of using police stations as temporary shelters.
Top Cop Nominee Larry Snelling Grilled By Residents At Public Forum
Aside from peppering the mayor's police superintendent pick with questions, the Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability also voted to eliminate the Police Department's controversial gang database.
Pilsen’s St. Adalbert Church Gets Latest Landmark Approval
The Pilsen church has been the site of ongoing protests since it was closed in 2019, as former parishioners fear it will be redeveloped. The City Council must still approve the landmark designation.
Judge Urges Feds To Review Whether Soccer Team’s Deal To Build On Public Housing Land Violates Civil Rights Laws
Meanwhile, Mayor Brandon Johnson is letting the Chicago Housing Authority spend public funds to keep the deal in place by fighting a lawsuit brought by CHA residents and activists.
32 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Taste Of Chicago, Printers Row Lit Fest And More
A Pilsen Malört Fest, Asian film festival, Madison Row block party and a tour of Avondale-Logan Square thrift shops are also on deck.
Black, Latino Voters Had ‘Shocking Low’ Turnout In Election That Made Brandon Johnson Mayor, Report Shows
White voters continue to have outsized influence on City Hall, the study shows. And the number of Black voters who came out to elect Mayor Harold Washington was nearly triple the number that showed up for Johnson.
The Fly Honeys Dancers Bring Drag, Burlesque And Body Positivity To Thalia Hall This Weekend
The Fly Honeys' “radical re-imagination of cabaret” symbolizes resilience and empowerment within Chicago’s queer community with a wide variety of different performers.
Bittersweet Pastry Shop & Café Celebrates 30 Years While Expanding To Pilsen
The beloved bakery recently remodeled its Lakeview location, expanded the menu and is preparing to open its South Side shop in the fall.
A Jefferson Park Nonprofit Is Helping Teens Access Higher Arts Education
Downstage Arts trains high schoolers interested in pursuing a college arts degree. It has a 100 percent college program placement rate.