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Unequal Chicago: Local Politics Weigh in

Unequal Chicago: Local Politics Weigh in

The University of Illinois at Chicago hosted some of Chicago’s longtime political veterans and social advocates in their discussion with the author of a new book exclusively about Chicago’s struggle with race and inequality. “How, we ask, can a city as great as Chicago have as much inequality and disparity as it does?” asked Teresa Córdova, […]

Austin Community Garden Will Provide Community With Easier Access To Fresh Produce

The lot across from Velda Brunner’s home on the 300 block of North Lotus Avenue in the Austin neighborhood has been there for years, she said. And after the owner of the property lost it to foreclosure, it became a flat dump filled with garbage and debris. “We constantly had to call 311 for someone […]

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Englewood School Repurposing, So Fresh Saturdays and More RAGE Updates!

Englewood School Repurposing Update In case you were wondering what is happening with all the Englewood schools that were shuttered last year, we wanted to provide you all with a status update in regards to our work we’ve been in engaged in over the past 18 months. The Journey….. As mentioned at our last Englewood Village […]

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Closed Bridges have Blue Island Residents Driving in Circles

Riding on a weekend in Blue Island, 22-year-old resident Taylor Morey scrambles to find an alternate route to get to work because of the most recent bridge closure on Francisco St. in Blue Island. “It’s honestly a very big inconvenience,” Morey said. Blue Island, a city that is split by the Cal Sag Channel, once […]

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UPDATE: Speak Up for Net Neutrality as FCC Public Comment Period Ends

Today was supposed to be the deadline for public comments to the FCC about the future of the internet in terms of “net neutrality” issues. However, the volume of comments from the public “broke” the FCC site, and they have extended the comment time. Contact them today, if you haven’t already done so. You can […]

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Chicago Landmark Commission set to Vote on Wrigley Field Rennovations

The Chicago Landmark Commission on Thursday will consider a long awaited proposal to renovate historic Wrigley Field, the second oldest ballpark in the country. The commission will review plans for adding several signs in the outfield along with an expansion of the bleachers and new outfield lighting to the park, which celebrated its 100th birthday […]

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