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An hour on Glenwood Avenue

By Justin Cabrera Chicago has two seasons - winter season and construction season. While it isn’t easy to rebuild or construct a neighborhood, it's harder...

Loyola Campus Shuttle Driver Doesn’t Recognize Clayton Custer

By Justin Cabrera We all know the Loyola Ramblers lost in the NCAA tournament Saturday night, but they remain winners to Loyola students, faculty and...

Whole high school soccer team made up of immigrants and refugees

By Justin Cabrera As the debate over immigration rages, one high school in Chicago demonstrates how much those born in other countries contribute to the...

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Six-story Mixed-Use Building Proposed for Heartland Property

A real estate developer hopes to build a 6-story, 60-unit mixed-use building on the site of the shuttered Heartland Cafe, according to a report...

Say It Ain’t So: Demo Permit for Heartland Cafe

Thanks to Chicago Cityscape on twitter (@Chibuildings), we hear that a demolition permit has been issued for the building that houses the Heartland Cafe,...

JEFF-recommended “Iron Kisses” at Theatre Above the Law

JEFF-recommended play "Iron Kisses" is appearing at the Theatre Above the Law in Rogers Park through the end of April. It's the company's first play to...

48th Ward Bringing Job and Resource Fair to Local Youth

On April 13 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. the 48th Ward will be hosting a Youth Job and Resource Fair at Broadway Armory...

Viva Sones De Mexico!

We visited Sones De Mexico, which offers classes for all ages in authentic Mexican music at the Centro Romero, 6216 N. Clark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xVQDtNazgE