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.
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 SayBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
The ban is in place until April 1.
Drivers who ignore the ban can face a $60 ticket and at least $150 in towing fees.
Chicago’s Thanksgiving Weather Is Looking Rain-Free, A Bit Chilly — But Watch Out For Wind Wednesday
The weather isn't good for those who have to drive on Wednesday, but Thanksgiving itself is looking nice.
$56 Million Pullman National Monument Overhaul Has ‘Turned The Lights Back On’ In Historic South Side Neighborhood
Five years after receiving a national monument designation, Chicago's national park prepares for its 2021 debut.
Christmas, Hanukkah and Krampus pop-up bars are coming to Chicago. Here's everything you need to know.
Dispensary Lottery So White: With No Black Owners In The Mix, Black Caucus Could Move To Stall Weed Sales
Amid the excitement of the city's first recreational dispensary lottery, some wonder if the legalizing weed will truly bring equity for all.
Here's a how-to guide to get your debt cleared if you haven't been able to pay off tickets for city stickers.
Chicago Recycling Rate Gets Even Worse At 8.8%. New Laws, More Composting Could Change That, Report Says
For comparison, cities like San Francisco and Seattle have recycling rates of 60 to 80 percent.
The day will be sunny, but it is only expected to get as warm as 20 degrees in Chicago — the chilliest high temperature in the city's recorded history for Nov. 12.