Stories by Stephanie Kim
The 2020 Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame inductee shares her top recommendations.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted working women, reversing years of job gains and economic advancement.
“I think this [nomination] sends a message to … African American women that ‘You count, we see you, we hear you, we know that you help keep our party together,’” Illinois Congresswoman Robin Kelly told Reset.
Writer Henry Grabar joins Reset to discuss how businesses on 75th Street are staying afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A meditation studio, hair salon and other small businesses are picking up the pieces after they were hit hard by looting earlier this week.
Community Organizers Say Downtown Looting A Reflection Of Lack Of Resources, Frustration During Pandemic
“We all need to work together to really change this and come together,” says longtime Englewood resident and journalist Rashanah Baldwin.
The local bluesman will perform in a new livestream concert and conversation series “At Home Chicago Blues,” which kicks off Thursday night.
The American University history professor has accurately predicted the winner of every presidential election since 1984.
What does it look like to open a fine-dining restaurant in the middle of a pandemic? Chef Curtis Duffy tells all.
Parents have until Aug. 7 to decide whether to enroll their kids in a hybrid learning plan or keep them out of school with online learning.