Parker Lee Williams grew up in the 1970s on New York City’s Lower East Side, while the city’s grassroots hip-hop movement sprang to life. When he moved to Chicago as a 15-year-old in 1983, he brought along firsthand knowledge of the culture’s foundational elements. His skills with spray cans and pens helped spread his tagger’s […]
On Thursday, animal rights groups and the Fight for $15 made a colorful stand timed to coincide with the corporate behemoth’s annual shareholders’ meeting.
Also, the University of Chicago advises incoming students about its “commitment to freedom of inquiry and expression” on campus, as opposed to “intellectual safe spaces.”
Also, CPD cuts back on stop and frisk.
Also, property taxes for Chicago home owners are going up very soon.
Also, the budget battle continues as Rahm slams Rauner by comparing him to Donald Trump.
The economic development funds are supposed to go to neighborhoods that need it. Guess where they’re really going. For the first time ever: how the city spends TIF funds, ward by ward