Also, in 2015 R. Kelly was reportedly kicked out of a local recording studio after “trashing” it.
Also, Chance the Rapper is bringing sign language interpreters on tour.
Also, the ACLU criticizes former U.S. attorney Zachary Fardon’s open letter on Chicago violence.
Also, the Chicago Jewish Day School was evacuated because of a bomb threat.
Also, the Aviary is expanding to New York.
Also, Chance the Rapper joins the DuSable Museum’s board of trustees.
Also, there have been more than 700 murders in the city so far this year.
CAIR’s Hoda Katebi says her group is bracing for a Trump presidency by beefing up its legal team—and promoting self-defense classes.
Before Chicago activists set up camp at Homan Square, Ferguson activists camped across from police headquarters for 47 straight days.
The action honored victims of recent police-involved deaths and opposed the proposed “Blue Lives Matter” ordinance.
Even the Dallas tragedy is a poor rationale for a “Blue Lives Matter” law in Chicago.
Plus, drug maker Pfizer agrees to truth in opioid advertising.
The People Issue: Jamil Khoury, the artistic director and cofounder of Silk Road Rising
The execution of Troy Davis presents a strong case against the death penalty—but what about arguments that are harder to make?
Who’s the racist? Sun-Times columnists mix it up.