This week’s featured gig poster was created by Chicago artist and educator Andrea Hill Fitzgerald.
Also, an auto parts maker is opening a south-side plant that will create about 300 new jobs.
Also, CPD superintendent Eddie Johnson’s car was broken into over the weekend.
Also, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is again threatening to revoke federal funding for Chicago.
Also, a New Zealand-based coffee chain wants to open more than 30 locations in Chicago over the next few years.
Three religious leaders and Cook County sheriff Tom Dart spoke about the effects of gun violence and what the religious community should do to fix it.
Calling the guard into black and brown neighborhoods would only escalate tensions between the community and the police.
Also, gang members speak out on life in gangs.
Also, Kanye’s Pablo pop-up shop drew huge crowds despite the controversial Northbrook location.
Also, Lincoln Park alderman Michele Smith is getting increasingly concerned about Airbnb.
Also, Father Pfleger inspired iconic fashion label Versace’s fall ad campaign.
Also, a man is shot to death on his front porch over his car keys.
Also, don’t rule out a 2019 mayoral run from Cook County sheriff Tom Dart.
Dismantling the stigma of guns
Did the justice system fail Saturday?