Protect Our Parks wants to put the brakes on the Obama Center groundbreaking.
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But Protect Our Parks says more legal challenges are coming for the Jackson Park plan.
For its 30th anniversary, one of the world’s largest house-music parties has been pushed online by the pandemic—but it might reach even more people that way.
Preservation Chicago releases its 2020 list.
The grill masters of the Chosen Few Picnic are the fans who feed the fans.
If you’ve ever wished that more music festivals were like family picnics, then you need to go to this Jackson Park house-music blowout. In the late 80s, DJs and brothers Tony and Andre Hatchett and their families began hosting an annual Fourth of July reunion barbecue behind the Museum of Science and Industry. For the […]
The activist group Protect Our Parks has been fighting to keep the center out of Jackson Park.
Among the voters: Freddy Krueger, a bunny, a shark, and Prince.
See Frederick Law Olmsted’s stunning grounds before the Obama Center further encroaches.
The activist group Protect Our Parks claims that the city’s plan to turn 19 acres of Jackson Park over to the Obama Foundation is unconstitutional.
Ragtime! Waltzes! World’s Fair architecture!
Lollapalooza’s ticket sales have slowed, and Reggae Fest and Chicago Open Air are canceled—are these the growth pangs of a healthy but crowded festival market, or is a crash on the way?
The city is missing a huge opportunity to turn Rezkoville, 62 acres of barren land along the river in the South Loop, into a park or prairie preserve.
An emotionally symposium at the University of Chicago this week brought out many opinions but few solutions.