Saturday, October 16, 2021
Monday Coffee Company has set up residency in Washington Park through a Rebuild Foundation program. Their mission is to foster community while supporting other Black-owned businesses. By Cheyanne M. Daniels “How much caffeine do you need?” Felton Kizer is fond...
By Louisa Chu Chicago Tribune The oldest hot dog stand in Chicago dates back to 1938. That’s not, however, what makes Dave’s Red Hots special. It’s not even a milestone anniversary this year, its 83rd in the Lawndale area on...
The annual Back Alley Jazz Fest takes place around the neighborhood Saturday, coinciding with the Universal Alley Jazz Jam at the Black United Fund of Illinois. Maxwell Evans SOUTH SHORE — Two South Shore festivals will bring more than a dozen...
By Lauren Victory Happening later today: food and festivities in Chicago parks. It’s National Night Out. The annual tradition brings together community and police to build trust, but some organizers aren’t stopping there. CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory brings us...
The gym, set to open at 2049 E. 79th St. by the end of the year, will also offer programs for young people. "There's definitely a need in that area for space where you can come and get a...
The free events are being held through September in Chatham, Garfield Park, West Englewood and Homan Square. Registration is required. Atavia Reed CHATHAM — Chatham residents can get a bagel and a book for a day of learning, thanks to a...
By Tracy Swartz Chicago Tribune Chicago Public Schools students, teachers and staff will be required to wear masks indoors, regardless of their vaccination status, when they return to classrooms next month, the district announced Thursday. “Based on feedback from our public...
The vegan soul food restaurant and second-generation family business reopened its doors in June after rebranding and remodeling. Atavia Reed Soul Veg City doesn’t open for another 30 minutes. But several people are already waiting outside the Chatham mainstay on a...
Though officials intend to "save and reuse as much of the existing limestone as feasible," neighbors are concerned the city's efforts to stop lakefront erosion threaten Promontory Point's decades-old design. Maxwell Evans HYDE PARK — Nearly 20 years after organizing against...
By Alice Yin Chicago Tribune Cook County voters would be asked to weigh in on whether to raise property taxes as a way to stabilize the Forest Preserves’ finances during the November 2022 general election under a proposed referendum that...
- Advertisement -

POPULAR POSTS

I'M SOCIAL

34FansLike
0FollowersFollow
>