After Chicago rapper Fredrick “Ajani” Jones left the University of Iowa in 2015 to focus on music, he picked up a warehouse gig in Rogers Park to help fund what he hoped would be his real career. On “Pluto,” off his recent debut album, Dragonfly (Ajani Jones/Closed Sessions), the 25-year-old talks about pursuing his dream […]
Ride the Red Line for a cross-town series featuring both the city’s baseball teams.
The Waltzing Mechanics’s production returns after a two-year hiatus.
If only the Straight Dope were running the city!
The Trump administration still threatens sustainable infrastructure, but 2017 brought improvements to Chicago’s streets, transit hubs, and bikeways.
Also, Rahm says Trump administration is “playing politics” to promote its law enforcement policies.
With plans for the overpass full speed ahead, they plan to push for quality transit-oriented developments and new public space.
Also, Trump’s Twitter rant about Meryl Streep has some local elected officials newly concerned about his temperament.
Also, 15 percent of Eli’s Cheesecake employees are war refugees.
Also, Rhymefest has bought Kanye West’s childhood home with plans to turn it into an arts incubator.
As the mayor once said, “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.”
Also, even Ashton Kutcher couldn’t convince the City Council not to pass Airbnb regulations.
Also, the latest tragic turn in the gang war that killed Tyshawn Lee.
Also, remembering Nancy Reagan’s Chicago childhood.
Also, many questions remain in strange murder of Gage Park family, and Obama wants to help the CTA rebuild the Red Line.