A snug snack shop across from the Guatemalan consulate offers a taste of Central America in Jefferson Park.
Atorina Zomaya wants to share her family recipes with everybody.
At back-to-back forums last week 11 candidates fielded questions and even provided some answers.
Odetta at the Empty Bottle and more goings-on 9/3-9/6.
Though the Chicago Fringe Festival has pared back to one week, several of its shows still look promising.
A challenge to the age-old custom of aldermanic prerogative finds a champion in a luxury developer pushing a building with affordable housing.
John Garrido was praised for aiding vet Anthony Johnson, but he battled a development that could house dozens of veterans on the northwest side.
Yet another planned development with affordable units is killed on the northwest side.
Frank Lloyd Wright building tours and more happenings September 15-17
Jeff Fort and Fred Hampton: A Revolutionary Love Story is among the standouts at this northwest-side showcase for “the untried and the weird.”
Galvanized by protests against an affordable housing proposal, Jefferson Park residents are looking to leverage their nascent organization for further community uplift.
The Chosen Few Picnic, Tour de Fat, and more of the month’s top events.
When the CHA scaled back supervouchers, people with disabilities were hurt the most, a new study finds.
The city has a long history of opposition to real estate developments perceived as a conduit for African-American families, especially poor ones, to move into white neighborhoods.
Jefferson Park hosts 50 groups from near and far, all drawn by lottery.