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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Man Shot During Second Night Of Violent Protests In Milwaukee

The 18-year-old man was reportedly struck in the neck and has been hospitalized. [ more › ]

Photos: More Than 1 Million Watched The 2016 Bud Billiken Parade

Over 1 million people gathered in Bronzeville over the weekend to enjoy the 2016 Bud Billiken Parade. [ more › ]

Photos: Exclusive Diner En Blanc Shined At Monroe Harbor

A lakefront setting made this year's Diner en Blanc extra-special. [ more › ]

Son Of Chicago Police Officer Fatally Shot The Day He Would Have Returned To College

Arshell Dennis was home from college visiting family and friends. Detectives are investigating the shooting as a case of mistaken identity. [ more › ]

Riots Erupt In Racially Divided Milwaukee After Police Shooting

Residents in the city plagued by long-simmering racial strife faced off with police, setting fire to a gas station and local businesses. [ more › ]

You Can Win Free, Last-Minute Tickets To See The Orwells At Chop Shop

"It's a wine tasting and a poem party. An exploration of culture and the avant garde. At a butcher shop. Suit and tie required." [ more › ]

Chicago Ranks 14th In Number Of New Apartments Added In 2016

Chicago lost out to cities such as New York, Miami, Charlotte and Houston. [ more › ]

6-Year-Old Shot In Head, Uncle Killed On Thursday Afternoon

Zariah Muhammad, 6, was outside playing with water balloons with friends when the shooting occurred. [ more › ]

'The Little Prince' And 'Pete's Dragon' Have No Time For Slavish Devotion To Source

One is outstanding, the other a beautiful misstep. But they both studiously avoid the pratfalls of hyper-faithful adaptations. [ more › ]

New Theater Co. Would Stage Shows In The Back Of A U-Haul

It's indie theater in a U-Haul, for a price that won't hurt your wallet. [ more › ]

Photos: Chicagoans Try To Beat Thursday's 100 Degree Heat Index

As Thursday's heat index soared past 100 degrees, Chicagoans took the opportunity to enjoy the fleeting days of summer while battling the heat. [ more › ]

17 Of Our Favorite Events In Chicago This Weekend

Summer winding down? Not yet! There's still plenty to do in the city this weekend including more street fests, parties and music. [ more › ]

The South Side's Innovative Experimental Station Could Get A New Coffee Shop

Two journalists are raising funds for a cafe to linchpin the many progressive enterprises at the Woodlawn space. [ more › ]

Trevor Noah Reminds Distractible Media About Paul O'Neal Shooting

"Why are the police only sloppy with evidence against them?" [ more › ]

It's World Elephant Day! Celebrate By Joining The Conservation Effort

In case you haven't noticed, or maybe there were no elephants on hand to remind you, but today is World Elephant Day! How does one celebrate this joyous occasion? Well, you can snack on some peanuts, sure, but here's a better use of your time: join Conservation Nation in their mission to save Asian elephants from extinction. [ more › ]

The Gazebo Where Tamir Rice Was Killed Will Likely Come To A Chicago Arts Center

"Because Tamir was an innocent boy who was executed by the democracy in which he lived, that gazebo has a special quality to it." [ more › ]

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