Chance the Rapper
- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Chance The Rapper To Host ‘Books & Breakfast,’ A Free Literacy Event This Summer
The free events are being held through September in Chatham, Garfield Park, West Englewood and Homan Square. Registration is required.
From Muddy To Chance To Noname: Bronzeville’s Newest Mural Pays Homage To Blues Past While Looking Toward Future
The mural is part of a local organization's ongoing efforts to keep blues alive.
Finnie Haire Launched A South Side Fried Shrimp Business And Created A Family Legacy: ‘No One Stood In His Way’
Haire, who died Jan. 26, served in the military and worked as a hairdresser and postal worker before launching Haire's Gulf Shrimp with his mom's recipe.
Chance The Rapper Enlists Chicago Children’s Choir For Inauguration Night Performance On ‘The Late Show’
Chance The Rapper and Peter CottonTale join other Chicago artists for a performance airing on Stephen Colbert's inauguration night TV special.
Chance The Rapper’s Charity Donated 45,000 Masks To Chicago Parks For Kids, Staff
The masks will help kids and park staff during day camp.
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.
Saturday Talks Between City, Teachers Union End With No Deal — And A $38 Million Divide
“We’re not close to where we need to be on the big issues,” said Deputy Mayor Sybil Madison. “We will return tomorrow and work diligently to close the divide.”
Chance The Rapper Celebrates New Album With Fans At Garfield Park Conservatory
Fans expected Chance to drop "The Big Day" at the party but were still thrilled to see him perform at the unique West Side venue.
Chance The Rapper’s New Chicagoist Video Shines Light On City’s Young, Progressive Aldermanic Candidates
"Young people face obstacles for the most basic things, let alone run for office," said Rossana Rodriguez, who is running in the 33rd ward.
He’s Made Cakes For Chance And Skilling, Now Edgewater Cake Artist Takes On Food Network’s ‘Holiday Wars’
It's Adam Gueldener's turn to be the star of the show on Sunday night's episode.
SocialWorks’ ‘A Night At The Museum’ Event Lets People Explore Science & Industry
Chance the Rapper's charity will use the event to gather items to help people who are homeless.
Stars Align As Kanye West, Chance The Rapper Turn Out For Amara Enyia’s Mayoral Campaign Rally
"It’s nice to see these people out here, that are my age, that I go to school with," said a University of Chicago student who turned out Tuesday at 63rd and Cottage Grove.
Who Is Amara Enyia? Meet The Chance-Approved Mayoral Candidate, Triathlete And Organizer
The Ironman competitor and longtime community organizer said she's already been doing the work — but Chance is now making that work known to the world.
Chance The Rapper Endorses Activist Amara Enyia For Chicago Mayor
"I'd like to say very narcissistically: If I back you, you have a chance, absolutely," Chance said during a Tuesday news conference at City Hall.
Chance The Rapper Slams ‘Racist’ Bait Trucks Ahead Of Anti-Bait-Truck Shoe Giveaway Event
Vic Mensa's foundation collected thousands of pairs of shoes to hand out to kids in need during an anti-bait-truck event Sunday.
Chance The Rapper Tells Rahm To Resign, Announces Chicagoist Takeover In New Song
The Chatham native bought the local news blog that closed alongside DNAinfo Chicago in 2017.
Chance The Rapper Got Engaged To His Longtime Girlfriend On The South Side
Chance proposed on the Fourth of July — and she said yes.