“Good things come to those who wait,” the adage goes. Back in the summer of 2009, I found myself in Chicago as an alternative journalism fellow at Medill, and I quickly fell in love with the city, its people, culture, and greasy spoons (if I close my eyes and concentrate hard enough, I can still […]
Sale documents were signed May 16, 2022, to transfer ownership of the Chicago Reader to the Reader Institute for Community Journalism, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
The Reader brought home some AAN Awards.
The Reader received two Association of Alternative Newsmedia nominations for best feature story and one for the Block Beat.
The Reader took home six awards over the weekend at the Association of Alternative Newsmedia convention.
The DNAinfo reporter talks about his day job and his passion for illustrated news.
Darryl Holliday and company are Kickstarting their effort to collect stories for a second book, Kedzie Avenue.
When does an alternative form of culture stop being alternative?