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“People are afraid of the south side. It’s ridiculous. I educate my guests,” Afri Atiba says.
With his return to Chicago, Hannibal Buress is reconnecting to his roots on the west side.
Also, police are searching for a group of men who allegedly gang-raped a teen girl on Facebook Live.
Also, a City Council committee is recommending paying $3 million to the family of an unarmed teen shot dead by police in 2013.
Also, even Ashton Kutcher couldn’t convince the City Council not to pass Airbnb regulations.
Also, good luck getting Hamilton tickets if you didn’t buy any Tuesday.
Also, Lincoln Park alderman Michele Smith is getting increasingly concerned about Airbnb.
The home-sharing company accuses the mayor of siding with his Gold Coast base at the expense of the “little guys.”
Also, construction on Jeanne Gang’s Vista Tower will start this summer.
But for aldermen, the appointments are a mixed blessing.
Also, how the Blackhawks can win the Stanley Cup in June, and proposed microapartments for Old Chicago Main Post Office.
Chicago vacation rentals—including ones listed on the popular home-share site—regularly flout city licensing rules. Several aldermen want that to change.