Neil Steinberg finds a Chicagoan who actually scares the mayor: Sister Rosemary, an 83-year-old nun. Esquire follows the mayor through a city in transition.
Mary Schmich profiles the TransLife Center, the Midwest’s first haven for transgender women. The Tribune has more on the facility.
A legal Filipino immigrant, seven months pregnant, could be deported for voting. The Chicago Reporter explains.
The birthplace of Hillary Clinton has been sitting vacant for 12 years. Who’s in charge, and what will happen to it? Gapers Block looks at its future.
Sex offenders have to register with the CPD, but the office doesn’t have the capacity (or the space) for them. WBEZ investigates the “Kafkaesque” situation.
The mayor’s go-to guy and “intellectual match” is just 36 years old. The Sun-Times introduces Rahm’s alter ego.
Data on the socioeconomic diversity of schools like Latin and Francis Parker are hard to come by. The Reader tries to find the numbers.
By creating a shared space for innovation, the city hopes to grow a cluster of talent. Chicago magazine looks at the plan.
After the leader of the Sinaloa cartel was arrested, what’s next for the city’s narcotics trade? Bloomberg News offers some predictions.
Now that its CEO has stabilized the roller-coaster company, he’s thinking big again. Crain’s talks with Eric Lefkofsky.