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Hyde Park Stars In Its Own Film Festival — And You Can Support Local News While You Watch
Proceeds from Tuesday evening's Hyde Park On Screen film festival — featuring collages of Hollywood films, home movies and more — will support the Hyde Park Herald.
Experimental Station Workers Vote To Unionize In Woodlawn
Employees allege the organization failed to enforce a sexual harassment policy created by program managers and risked the spread of coronavirus in its building.
Edgewater Castle Football Club, A Semi-Pro Soccer Team, Launches Contest For New Team Anthem
"The Rooks" need an original fight song for games. The winner gets a cash prize and free studio time.
Santa Box Project Connects South Side Kids With Books, Families With Food This Holiday Season
Children of the 400 families who received free produce through Experimental Station's Market Box program will now receive a personalized book set, toys and $75 in groceries.
Market Box Has Made 4,000 Fresh-Food Deliveries To South Side Neighbors In Need — Help Keep It Going
Raising $40,000 will help organizers deliver food to 200 low-income South Side families through the end of harvest season. Volunteers are needed, too.
Grants For Black And Brown Farmers Aim To Bring More Fresh Food To South And West Sides
People of color who own farms can apply for a piece of $650,000 in grant funding available through the Fresh Food from Farmers of Color Fund.
61st Street Farmers Market Opens Saturday With Hour Set Aside For Seniors, At-Risk Shoppers
People receiving SNAP benefits can use their Link cards at the 61st Street market and potentially double produce purchases through a matching program.
As Farmers Markets Go Online, Those Using SNAP Benefits Are Left Behind
"Everybody just wishes there was an online platform for [using public assistance], but it doesn’t yet exist unfortunately," 61st Street Farmers Market manager Wendy Zeldin said.
Here’s Where to Get Fresh, Local Produce On The Southeast Side Before Summer Disappears
With most farmers markets shutting down in the fall, you've still got a couple months to stock up on fresh fruits and veggies.
Rising Chicago Artists Can Get Exposure — And Food — At Build Coffee’s ‘Meal-Based Residency’ In Woodlawn
Artists have until July 31 to apply to be displayed at the coffee shop — and in exchange, receive three free meals a week for the duration of the show.
From Jobs To CPS Monitoring Social Media, 20th Ward Candidates Tackle Issues Important To Youth
Nine candidates — thinned from a crowd of 15 — all hope to replace current Ald. Willie Cochran, who is awaiting trial on corruption charges.