Did 2020 set the bar low enough that it’s safe to hope this year will be better?
Congress Parkway—not Balbo Drive—will reportedly be renamed for Ida B. Wells, leaving the honors to a “mass murderer” intact.
It would be the first permanent Chicago street renaming in 50 years, officials said.
A plaque explaining the controversial Italian aviator’s legacy could be added to the lakefront memorial, officials said.
Also, two bars near Soldier Field are supporting Colin Kaepernick by refusing to show NFL games.
Responding to a campaign to remove tributes to the Mussolini henchman, some Chicagoans defend Italo Balbo’s legacy.
Also, Michael Bloomberg’s super PAC is bankrolling TV and radio ads in support of the soda tax.
America’s age of denial may finally be ending.
Trump’s supporters are now a fundamental piece of American reality.
In due time, a democratic government can be held accountable.
A preview of Alex de la Iglesia’s The Last Circus, which screens in Chicago this Saturday.
What to do with the lakeshore’s crumbing momument to fascism?