The commission has been working with the Chicago Police Department on the new policy for months. Members approved it unanimously Monday.
Chicago poet J. Ivy got his third Grammy nomination for his newest spoken word album, ‘The Light Inside.’
On top of their grief, Mohammed Abu Realh and his nephew Mohammed AbuSafia are dealing with uncertainty as they wait each day to hear from their remaining family and friends in Gaza.
Participants will climb up 105 flights of stairs at the Willis Tower to raise money for Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.
The program offers language learning and social-emotional support as students cope with the stresses and trauma of migration.
As LGBT History Month comes to a close, here’s how some Chicagoans are honoring and building off of local queer histories.
From fictions to biographies, we dig into the books that stay with us.
Some aid could arrive in Gaza as early as this week. In the meantime, hospitals are struggling to save lives.
Jewish and Muslim schools in the area are increasing security as antisemitism and Islamophobia rise amid the Israel-Hamas war.
The “human library” intends to open space for hard conversations — and challenge people’s assumptions about others.