A group of Black archivists is helping communities create their own narratives, filling in what history books have left out.
Among the voters: Freddy Krueger, a bunny, a shark, and Prince.
Also, the Obama library spurs residential real estate development in South Shore.
Also, an 18,000-square-foot Rolling Stones exhibit will open at Navy Pier in April.
Anthony Clark’s The Last Campaign explores the troubling history of these wonky historical institutions.
Also, Foursquare data shows Donald Trump’s losing business in Chicago.
Also, Dick Durbin reportedly won’t make a decision on running against Bruce Rauner until the November election is over.
Also, the nearly broke Chicago Public Schools has made a $657 million teachers’ pension payment.
Also, the mayor makes the next move in Rahm vs. Friends of the Parks.
Also, Barack and Michelle reviewed design finalists for the Obama presidential library.
Friends of the Parks’ former executive director Cassandra Francis says she left that job in the midst of battles over the Lucas Museum and the Obama presidential library to join her husband in Qatar.
Team UIC goes up against Mayor Rahm’s team U. of C. in a series of public hearings.
Apparently the city thinks North Lawndale is OK for an illegal garbage dump, but not a presidential library.
Lucas Museum and Obama Library sites top first Friends of the Parks endangered open space list.