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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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Chicago Artists and Businesses Owners Unite In Edgewater

By: Jess Dominguez, Dominick Pechous, and Abby Utley  Local artists in partnership with the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce and other independent art programs are displaying...

Together We Can Get Through Anything: An Interview with Más Allá del Sol

By: Crystal Cervantes Dreams, adversities, courage, dedication, success. This is what comes to mind when thinking of small businesses during a crisis. COVID-19 puts small business...

An Interview With a Rogers Park Social Worker: How Chicago’s Vulnerable Are Kept Safe...

By: William Brady Jaclyn Story is a 25-year-old social worker from Rogers Park. She is a Loyola University Chicago alumni with a masters in social...

“Black Out Day”: Loyola students zoom out of classes and tune into BLM–An Interview...

By: Ananya Chandhok  They marched in 1963, whether or not their community stood shoulder to shoulder with them. They marched again in 2009, even when...

Loyola Student-Athlete Explains The Challenges of Playing Sports During Pandemic

By: Jimmy Lynch  Finding the motivation to play college sports when there are no games on the schedule for the foreseeable future might sound hard,...