September 24, Martyrs’
A local bike team competes on the national level at the Glencoe Grand Prix.
August 8, Northalsted Market Days
July 31-August 1
Do festivals like Pitchfork and Lollapalooza have the right to restrict photography in a public park?
Two-for-one coupons at Cozy Noodles & Rice
Those Darlins, Mucca Pazza, and Califone, June 11-12
Chicago’s tax increment financing program money isn’t reaching many of the neediest parts of the city. In fact, Chicago’s economic disparities may even be widened by the program. Here are some images from neighborhoods that have benefited from the program—and from those that have missed out.
Congress Theater, April 23
From authors with a Chicago connection: a backpacker thriller, taking license with Louisa May Alcott, and more
Images of the special City Council meeting held Friday to install two new aldermen.
Aldermen and artists attended the opening of the Wicker Park show “The Aldermen Project: 50 Aldermen/50 Artists.”
Free Dunkin’ Donuts coffee on Mondays in March.
MillerCoors provides free shuttle bus service on Saturday 3/13 and Wednesday 3/17.
Alderman Walter Burnett proposes using 20 percent of all TIF funds on affordable housing.