Street View featuring Ghanaian entrepreneur John Williams and his girlfriend, Lesan Mattis.
Thali Bites is worth a journey to the North Shore.
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The mayor promised to raise $45 million in donations to fund job training and violence intervention.
The federal government is reportedly paying former congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. $138,400 a year.
Kibbitznest Books, Brews & Blarney attempts a return to old-fashioned coffeehouse culture.
Ratney founded Screen and ReelChicago.com.
Cover: The education of George Saunders
High-profile Columbia College professor Michael Fry walked away from his tenured job in the school’s television department last month, blaming racial discrimination.
More than a movie theater, the newly renovated “entertainment complex” will host a series of community events, including a live Oscar viewing party in support of Common Threads.
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.
Also, Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera is getting an honorary street sign in Humboldt Park.
Plus: An underwear-foot fetish, and a woman wants more from her prudish husband.
The greatest trick of Nintendo’s new console is 1-2-Switch, a game that minimizes screens and focuses on face-to-face human interaction.
A world-premiere opera by Stewart Copeland and a Steppenwolf for Young Adults production are among this week’s best bets.