” …like many, we are inspired by your leadership,” Lyft’s co-founders wrote in a letter to the student organizers of 838 events happening Saturday.
In January, gun violence hit home for Emerson Toomey, who lives on the North Side.
Chicagoan Mark Willis, 27, plays a Jabari warrior in mythical Wakanda, in the Marvel and Disney phenomenon still crushing box office records.
The West Side’s Off The Street Club’s 35-year-old roller-hockey program was hurting. Skates, pucks, sticks, goalie mas — everything — was wearing out.
Ald. Pat Dowell (3rd) introduced an ordinance repealing the cumbersome ban that was assailed by South Loop businesses and residents alike.
The traveling exhibit presents the jolting assertion in a 5,000-square-foot, multimedia earthquake shaking loose difficult conversations.
The Midwest’s largest repository of African-American history and literature is housed at Woodson Regional Library in the Beverly neighborhood.
“Exceptional,” was the word used by Dyett High School freshman Cameron Guyce on Monday, to describe the film that’s all the rage: Black Panther.
“This has been a suppressed story, and the narrative we get about WWI leaves out the story of this regiment,” said curator Harold “Hari” Jones.
In December, their company unveiled plans for a $32 million National Museum of Gospel Music on the site of Chicago’s historic Pilgrim Baptist Church.
It was billed as “The Black Table,” a Black History Month event bringing teenagers from disadvantaged communities and black professionals together.
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women. It kills more women than men and claims more lives than all cancer types combined.
Historian David M. Kennedy and Condoleeza Rice have set out to engage America in an honest conversation on divisions tearing at its fabric.
Immigrants here gathered in advance of President Donald Trump’s State of the Union message on Tuesday.
Local immigrant, refugee and civil rights groups anticipate another year of chaos on the immigration front.