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Activists want Jensen Scholastic Academy shut down and cleaned after COVID-19 deaths of two parents

A week after parents held a rally to demand action and answers following the death of two parents with students at a West Side...

Why did prosecutor take 48 days to issue subpoenas in long-delayed Roosevelt Myles’ case?

Months after a heated hearing, the wait began for Assistant State’s Attorney Todd Dombrowski to subpoena two media organizations in the post-conviction case of...

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and City of Chicago Announce Parade and Rally to Celebrate 2021 WNBA Champion Chicago Sky

The City of Chicago will celebrate the 2021 WNBA Champion Chicago Sky on Tuesday, October 19 with a downtown parade and rally. The parade...

CIFF doc sheds light on world famous Chef Charlie Trotter and his sous chef from Chicago’s Bronzeville area

“Love, Charlie: The Rise And Fall Of Chef Charlie Trotter,” directed by Rebecca Halpern and screening at the 57th Chicago International Film Festival on...

City of Chicago Announce Parade and Rally to Celebrate 2021 WNBA Champion Chicago Sky

The City of Chicago will celebrate the 2021 WNBA Champion Chicago Sky on Tuesday, October 19 with a downtown parade and rally. The parade...

CANCEL “CANCEL CULTURE”

The dynamic comedic legend, Dave Chappelle, has dipped his toe in hot water during his latest Netflix special, “The Closer.” He is on record...

Colin Powell dies of complications with COVID-19

Gen. Colin Powell, the first Black U.S. secretary of state and a trailblazing figure in Washington, died of complications from COVID-19 on Monday, according...
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