Also, the bizarre murder in a high-rise gym, and the University of Chicago again investigated over its handling of sexual assault.
Also, the Chicago Tribune endorses Mike Madigan’s primary challenger, and the Chicago Shakespeare Theater announces its Navy Pier expansion.
Also, RIP to the Shrine nightclub, and plans for sex club in River North are off the table.
Also, the city surpasses 100 homicides for 2016, and the mysterious killing of three young Muslim men in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Also, a New Yorker profile on Father Michael Pfleger offers an interesting glimpse into Chicago politics, and a man is found shot to death in taxi in Lincoln Square.
Also, David Axelrod recounts an interesting encounter with the late Antonin Scalia, and shots are fired at snowplow driver on the west side.
Also, runners rank the most dangerous spots in the city, and now you can stay in Vincent Van Gogh’s Arles bedroom—in River North.
Twenty-one-year-old Matthew Williams was part of Chicago’s Black Lives Matter movement.
Also, some Illinois counties are losing population, and Pau Gasol replaces injured Jimmy Butler in NBA All-Star Game.
Also, a young activist is shot dead, and NFL’s Roger Goodell is criticized over comments on player safety.
Also, cops blame shooting spike on “ACLU effect,” and a fitting tribute to restaurant pioneer Moto.
Community organizations communicate through art at a River North gallery.
Reintroducing Robert Shaw, the former alderman who wants to challenge Rahm
Alderman Willie Cochran, a former police officer, says it’s time for an infusion of money, opportunities, health care, and police in violence-ravaged neighborhoods.
Dan on educating yourself about polyamory, fucking your partner while fantasizing about someone else, and reconsidering the #NotAllMen hashtag.