Chicago cultural space La Casa del Inmigrante and Mexico City anarchist library Biblioteca Social Reconstruir bond against a common enemy.
A guide to your rights as a Chicago renter during a pandemic
She fell behind on rent. Then her landlord sued. Then the Chicago Housing Authority threatened to terminate her voucher.
On the violence, sadness, and hope of 2020
Ex-cops attempted to throw out a Rogers Park tenant at gunpoint. The police report tells a different story.
A database matches rental properties with owners, whether they like it or not.
Progressive aldermen and landlord lobby balk at “fair notice” ordinance
As tenant calls for rent freezes grow louder amid the pandemic, Chicago landlords contemplate their options.
As the mayor spotlights the city’s eviction problems, 2019 court data shows little is changing.
What federal law means for some Chicago residents who want to smoke pot
It took almost five months to get recording equipment working in eviction court. Will it make a difference for landlords and tenants?
An architecture critic and a housing reporter visit a new exhibition in Milwaukee.
But not by much, a new database shows.
Little Village property owners are seeing benefits in a new proposed state senate bill.
Report finds 40 percent of Cook County eviction filings don’t end in a judgment against the tenant, yet can still lead to difficulty finding new housing.