A Technological Miracle in Eviction Court / House and Home

Notes from the 11/6/2019 issue

Shooting for a Breakthrough at WGCI Music Contest

Hopeful artists talk God, hustling until they make it, and supporting each other

History Is Now

A new history helps understand conflicts around education in Chicago today

Ode to the Shrimp Tease

It will not come fast, but the fish on Dock’s menu is worth the wait

Safe Haven Links Churches and Schools

A CPS program provides out-of-school services in churches throughout the city

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Reframing the Narrative

Invisible Institute and Forensic Architecture reconstruct the police shooting of Harith Augustus—and contest the city’s story

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Green Jobs

At Chicago State’s Cannabis Expo, audience worries about who will benefit from legalization

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More Than a Church

How the potential sale of St. Adalbert threatens not just the loss of a church, but the loss of a centuries-old anchor for the community

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Filed Away

For the second year in a row, realtor advocates hold up eviction-sealing legislation

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