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Here’s A Look At New Laws Going Into Effect Today For Chicagoans

Several new Illinois laws take effect July 1, impacting minimum wages, public school curriculum and work conditions.


Night Ministry Moving Medical Team To Bucktown, But ‘The Crib’ Will Remain In Lakeview During Pandemic

Demand for the Crib and the Night Ministry's medical services have increased during the coronavirus crisis.

Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town

Tired Of Pink And Blue Kids Clothing, Chicago Women Launch Earth-Friendly (And Non-Gendered) Children’s Clothing Line

ALIKE is not only environmentally-friendly, but the clothes come in designs and colors meant to appeal to all kids.

Rogers Park Bar Hands Out Rainbow Flags In Response To Homophobic Graffiti Around Neighborhood

There are still a few flags left, according to the bar’s manager.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

Victims Of Hate Graffiti In Rogers Park Say ‘We Will Not Be Intimidated’

Police arrested a man for a series of Rogers Park graffiti incidents and are looking at him for anti-LGBTQ messages as well, officials said.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

After Huge Repair Bill Hit Tiny United Church Of Rogers Park, Donors Stepped Up In A Big Way

Donors gave more than $17,000 to help the church pay its repair bill.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

United Church Of Rogers Park Devastated By Anti-LGBTQ Ruling From Methodist Conference — But They’re Not Backing Down

The small church, along with other progressive churches, is fighting their denomination after a conference of United Methodists voted to exclude LGBTQ people from marriage and ordination.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park