The educators, part of the Chicago Teachers Union, made the announcement in the wake of a bargaining session they called “frustrating and fruitless.”
Students on the school’s Guys & Dolls Dance Company were floored by the former first lady’s visit. “I was just in shock,” said sophomore Maiya Austen.
The mugs, unveiled Friday, will be sold at the market between Nov. 16 and Dec. 24 in Daley Plaza.
Chicago Rideshare Advocates teamed up with Chicago’s taxi drivers union to put on Wednesday’s demonstration.
Some Chicago aldermen were in the Halloween spirit Wednesday.
The screens will tell riders about upcoming stops, and provide arrival times for connecting buses and trains. They also will show service alerts.
“He creates a hostile environment where the most socially marginalized voices are silenced and disregarded,” said Diana Vallera.
“Part of our efforts to normalize abortion services is to advertise about it. We use a loud voice when talking about the service we provide.”
October is beginning to look a lot like Christmas for gamblers.
Some parents object to a Chicago Public Schools plan to convert National Teachers Academy into a high school for communities near the South Loop.
Jeppson’s Malort, a hometown spirit that’s been made in Florida since the 1970s, is coming back to Chicago after Chicago distillery buys the brand.
The Far North Side neighborhood was on edge Wednesday after the seemingly random killings of Douglas Watts, 73, and Eliyahu Moscowitz, 24.
Hours before a community meeting on the slayings, Ald. Joe Moore said the Rogers Park community is crawling with police officers.
“It is pretty sad how they’re laughing at him and everyone perceives him as such a happy being, but deep down inside he’s not happy,” a visitor said.