The Metropolitan Planning Council and the Latino Policy Forum offers a glimpse at some obstacles facing Latino workers and some solutions.
The guidelines call for preserving the façade while including affordable housing, green infrastructure, open space and public art.
For years, R. Kelly’s music has been a staple at Black family gatherings, graduations and weddings. Should he be erased from the R&B canon?
“The Color Is” by brothers Nick and Jack Cave is a tribute to the Emerald City Sequence in the 1978 movie version of “The Wiz.”
For more than a decade, CHA has transferred land on former public housing sites for a CVS pharmacy, Mariano’s, Target and XS Tennis.
Activists from Mississippi, Tennessee and Louisiana took the train this week to Chicago to highlight abortion bans in the South.
According to organizers, Avondale residents say affordable housing is their top priority for the vacant, triangular-shaped lot.
“Constructing A Nervous System” is a memoir and cultural criticism all wrapped into one.
We Will Chicago is a draft 10-year framework with goals and objectives designed to address inequities while creating thriving communities.
The proposed ordinance aims to draw investment near transit on Chicago’s South and West sides and stave off gentrification on the North Side.