Dixmoor can’t afford to replace its aging infrastructure. Some band-aids are available, but residents aren’t hopeful.
The program connects museums to art donors across the country with a focus on lifting up women artists and artists of color.
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church is using a funeral home for weekly services as it makes plans to rise from the ashes.
Local Catholics hope a structural overhaul aimed at consolidating parishes and conserving resources will sustain the church moving forward.
An elaborate egg-painting tradition called ‘pysanka’ is gaining special importance after war erupts in the tradition’s country of origin.
South Side Rev. Norman Hernan Moran encourages residents to express the emotions brought forth by the pandemic instead of bottling them up.
For divinity student Pranati Parikh, the pandemic was a reminder of the interconnectedness of the modern world.
To cope with pandemic isolation and despair, Chicago Rev. Emily McGinley took solace in a simple message: “Peace be with you.”
With religious services going online, back in-person or even both at once, the way Chicagoans worship has been altered by the pandemic.
Public Health Director Dr. Allison Arwady said Tuesday the city is using several measures, including surges, to track whether the vaccine mandate is affecting the vaccination rate.