Saturday’s Mass at Holy Name Cathedral concluded a series of services across the Chicago area in the wake of the latest clergy sex abuse scandal.
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The self-financed “Armed,” which opened in theaters Friday, features a multicultural cast and a critique of our nation’s gun laws.
“I never … thought I would be asking for a heart for my own husband,” said retired reporter Renee Ferguson before her husband died Wednesday.
The 14-year-old Providence Bank believes in donating 10 percent of its profits to civic, nonprofit and Christian organizations in the areas it serves.
A group of black, white and Latino community leaders gathered Tuesday at Operation PUSH to announce plans to unify behind one mayoral candidate.
Rev. Gregory Livingston didn’t expect the protest to last long, and he figured he would be arrested immediately. He already had his bail money ready.
Hudson says not a day goes by she doesn’t think about her mother, Darnell Donerson, who was murdered nearly 10 years ago.
Many Chicagoans headed to Detroit are retired peers of Franklin, who died on Aug. 16 at age 76, after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
The film looked at one of the nation’s most elite and diverse public schools; sparked conversations on racial inequity in academic achievement t
Google is set to announce launch Thursday of the Illinois Impact Challenge, a statewide competition to birth new ideas to create economic opportunity.
The 33-year-old comedian, born in St. Louis and raised in Naperville before moving to Chicago to pursue rapping and comedy, was in town this month.
“My last name means ‘you have a good spirit,'” said Nosa Ehimwenman, whose family emigrated from Nigeria when he was 6, settling in Rogers Park.
Beyonce is among at least eight black women featured in fall fashion magazines, a sign of progress in the industry, observers say.
When black firefighters launched the organization, among their stated mission was to impact inner-city violence by mentoring young adults.
Proposals were judged on factors like project feasibility and ability to have a “measurable, catalytic impact” on a community or commercial corridor.