But Protect Our Parks says more legal challenges are coming for the Jackson Park plan.
The Chicago Independent Venue League shouldn’t have to push back against the Live Nation handouts in the Lincoln Yards development—but City Hall doesn’t protect Chicago’s homegrown music scene.
Also, a study has linked high blood pressure to segregated neighborhoods.
From Theater on the Lake to spaceship on the park, 2016 was a weird time in the city.
Also, City Council considers new measures on police reform.
The George Lucas museum Chicago won’t built wasn’t that big a deal
A loss for Rahm is a win for the city’s discontented citizens.
Also, the Becoming a Man program has reportedly lowered violent crime arrests among its participants by half.
Lexit? Chexit? Either way, the Lucas Museum will not build in Chicago.
Also, iconic 90s show Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding returns to Chicago.
Also, Lincoln Park Zoo is getting rid of its tigers Molly and Pavel.
American Alliance of Museums head slams Chicago for not putting Lucas Museum on the lakefront.
Also, Rahm discusses a plan to replace the Independent Police Review Authority.
Also, what it means to have Empire, Chicago Fire, or the other locally filmed TV shows shoot in your home.
Star Wars fans battled with lightsabers in a place much closer than a galaxy far, far, away—the South Loop.