Video obtained by the Reader shows Moore threatening legislative retribution against activists calling on him to bring a public housing accountability bill to a vote.
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The U.S. Pizza Museum, Adler After Dark, and more things to do this week in Chicago
Burgers and Beer 5K, Summer Night Market, and more happenings from July 18-21.
New school construction could further city’s segregation and other Chicago news
Also, City Council considers new measures on police reform.
A Prince and Bowie Tribute, The SpongeBob Musical, and more things to do this week in Chicago
Isaac Oliver, Cash Levy, and more happenings from June 27-30
Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa on Orlando: ‘It really hit close to home’
Chicago’s first openly gay alderman reflects on the mass shooting’s impact on queer and Latinx communities.
Mayor Emanuel tries to sink CHA accountability ordinance that would force him to share power
The “Keeping the Promise” ordinance would grant the City Council considerable authority over the city’s housing authority.
‘We’ll always be here for you’: Top cop vows to protect Chicago’s LGBTQ community in wake of Orlando shooting
LGBTQ groups, city officials, and ordinary Chicagoans also expressed grief and outrage over the worst mass shooting in American history.
The best things to do in Chicago during Memorial Day 2016 weekend
Beyonce, Bike the Drive, Crap Beer Day, and more happenings from May 27-30.