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Photos: An Hour on Devon

By Israa Alzamli The 1500 block of West Devon Ave. is part of Chicago's "Little India," a street bustling with multicultural restaurants and businesses. Click...

Slideshow: The History of Senn High School

By Bernadette Hoffman The 5900 block of North Glenwood Ave. is part of Edgewater, a community on the North Side of the city of Chicago. The block...

An Hour on Clark Street

by Mia Mancini The 1600 block of North Clark Street has historically included diverse cultures and communities. Click on any image below to scroll through a slideshow...

An Hour on North Broadway

By Jordan Kunkel We braved the cold and snow on a Monday in January to document what life is like on 6000 North Broadway in...

Celebrate Galentine’s Day (The Day Before Valentine’s Day) in Rogers Park

by Janelli Reynoso This Valentine’s Day, instead of celebrating the execution of two men named Valentine (according to NPR, this is the original reason February...

Police Warn Edgewater Stores about Break-ins

Chicago police issued an alert to business owners in the 20th district, which includes Edgewater and Andersonville, after unknown offender(s) robbed three commercial properties...

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Student Reactions from Senn Lockdown

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exO8GdEGOS8

Rogers Park Police Meeting Seeks Community Input

Chicago Police officers from the 24th District are holding their second community meeting. The meeting is to help hear the voices of the people...

Senn Lockdown: Student Arrested with Pellet Gun

At 11:13 a.m. today, Chicago Police Officers responded to reports that two Senn High School students brought a weapon to the school. Chicago police...

Howard/Ashland Development Hopes to Serve LGBTQ Seniors and Artists

A $30 million Project for creating a LGBTQ-friendly senior housing and artist live/work space is being proposed for the corner of Ashland Avenue and...

High Waves Pound Rogers Park Apartments

High water levels on Lake Michigan have been pounding Rogers Park and Edgewater beaches for more than a year, closing several to the public....