Last month, a yearlong study by the Police Executive Research Forum offered a damning indictment of the way the Chicago Police Department investigates homicides. We took a closer look at the report:
The action is part of a series of recent clashes between Chicago universities and their grad students.
Occupied Territory examines the turbulent history between the CPD and black Chicagoans.
A new book chronicles the neighborhood’s exacerbating wealth disparities, as told from the perspective of someone who grew up there.
Founded by Frank Holme, the institution trained many artists who heavily influenced the field of design.
Patrick Daley Thompson says that properties boarded up with wood (rather than plexiglass) feed negative connotations of an area
Allowing more expensive vouchers in central neighborhoods could benefit recipients without costing more money overall.
Twenty-four metro areas are adopting a new, more fine-grained way of calculating rents. But Chicago officials believe that makes moving to low-poverty, low-violence neighborhoods in the city more difficult.
A new exhibit of the late artist’s work opens at the Art Institute this month.
Facilities for this treatment are popping up around Chicago. Here’s what you need to know about the club-drug-turned-therapy.