Veterans of the armed forces’ segregated past fight to keep their legacy alive.
The First and 26th Wards will vote on a nonbinding referendum that asks whether Illinois should lift the ban on rent control—prohibited in the state since 1997.
Portraits and archival photographs evoke a long journey.
Here’s a look back of four days of Lollapalooza in Grant Park, August 2-5, 2018, through the lens of photographer Alison Green. Lollapalooza: Thursday, August 2, 2018 Lollapalooza: Thursday, August 2, 2018 Lollapalooza: Thursday, August 2, 2018 Lollapalooza: Thursday, August 2, 2018
Over the last decade, photographer David Schalliol has been diligently documenting the demolition and reconstruction of the city’s public housing. Selections from the series are now on display as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
Jackson Bark is a community-built canine agility park on abandoned tennis courts. And now a multimillion-dollar golf course development plan is imperiling its future.
Photographer Zakkiyyah Najeebah highlights black women’s presence at this year’s Pitchfork festival.
Photographer Rick Majewski captures the neighborhood’s spectacular Independence Day parties, as American flags are hoisted, Mexican food is served up, and amateur fireworks displays erupt on block after block.
With Too Fly Not To Fly, educators Briana McLean and Desmond Owusu have created a learning tool that also captures the joy of black childhood in Chicago.
In Satoki Nagata’s “Lights in Chicago” series, inclement weather isn’t annoying—it’s breathtaking.
Chicago-based photographer Jacob Yeung’s series “Face Value” depicts the growth and resilience of Armour Square and its surrounding areas.
Many signs were designed to get under the new president’s famously thin skin.
Here’s what happened when Trump supporters, protesters, and police descended on Washington, D.C.
Adam Jason Cohen’s snapshots of basketball courts in Chicago’s overlooked communities offer a plea for investment in the city’s youth.