Here's everything you need to know to adopt a dog or cat during Clear the Shelters 2018.
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Chicago’s first black, feminist-friendly pop culture/tech convention makes its debut this weekend.
Apparently people think Southern accents are more attractive than ours, to which we say: You're all jagoffs.
Chicago Hiked Cost Of City Sticker Violations To Boost Revenue, Driving Low-Income, Black Motorists Into Debt
Now, a former official regrets the move and wants the city to revisit it. Some policies, she said, are “terrible.”
The shelter will host an adoption event this weekend to try to find homes for its cats and dogs.
Wednesday’s use of the insecticide Zenivex is the first Chicago spraying this summer.
The group, formed through the Chicago Foundation For Women, will issue grants to groups dedicated to helping black women and girls.
People over 18 would be able to buy spray paint again in Chicago if the proposal goes through.
Some Chicago dogs are wilder than others.
In honor of National Hot Dog Week, we highlight the Chicago spots that have been dragging it through the garden for decades.