Q&A with Shapearl Wells, mother of the murdered Courtney Copeland and cohost of a new podcast exploring racial disparities and distrust of the Chicago Police Department, and Invisible Institute journalist Alison Flowers
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
St. Adalbert Church is no longer being sold to the Chicago Academy of Music, but its future is still in flux
After the near-sale of a community garden in West Englewood, questions arise about what it takes for gardens on the South Side to stay afloat.
Why South Side coffee shops offer more than the usual fare
Woodlawn residents weigh in on the development of the Washington Park National Bank Building in a series of meetings
Urban agriculture initiatives are at the center of a plan to bring healthy fruits and vegetables to South Side neighborhoods
The future of a Pilsen church puts parishioners and archdiocese at odds