“Sol is really, truly for everybody,” says owner Simone Freeman.
The family-owned restaurant remains in East Lakeview as the number of Mexican immigrants has gone down and rents have gone up.
Community organizers connect politics with plant care.
Gentrifying Uptown may be ready for the return of Helen Shiller’s spirit.
A tale of two endorsement sessions—the Tribune v. the Grassroots Collaborative
In what could be the 28-year incumbent’s toughest race yet, a changing Rogers Park considers another option.
The year in review in federal—and local—transportation news.
Little Village property owners are seeing benefits in a new proposed state senate bill.
UrbanTheater Company’s production uses humor and empathy to offer a range of perspectives on gentrification.
“We’re not from Humboldt Park or Lincoln Park, we’re Puerto Ricans.”
On being young, ambitious, and falling in love with the city, block by block, on a bicycle.
It’s a nail-biting mayoral race—in Pittsburgh.
A former student goes back to visit.
If the world can be saved, host Ricardo Gamboa believes it will be through open dialogue and dirty jokes.
For roughly five years graffiti artists have brightened up an ignored section of Logan Square just off the Blue Line, but part of the property is now up for sale.