Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
"One of the nicest things I hear is, 'I used to watch you when I was a kid, and now I watch you with my kids,'" Svengoolie said.
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United Lincoln Methodist Church has been on high alert since a September encounter with right-wing group Frontline America, pastor Emma Lozano said. Now she's asking city leaders for help.
The teachers' sticking points, including smaller classes sizes and increased staffing, remain.
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Teachers explain in their own words why they went on strike starting Thursday.
Veteran booksellers Katharine Solheim, Mandy Medley and Thomas Flynn plan to build on the former owners' "great work and make the store our own.”
On Tuesday, Jaipur owners announced they would reopen at 738 W. Randolph St. via Facebook.
Parks, libraries, the YMCA and Boys and Girls Clubs are opening their doors to kids during the strike.
The Crayton Advisors building at 308 S. Green St. is set to include ground floor retail and 105 parking spaces.
If approved, the proposed buildings will be the fourth and fifth office towers in the West Loop from Sterling Bay in under two years.