By: Brenda Torres Block Club Chicago, was originally DNAinfo and was shut down last year, and reopened under a new entity. Block Club Chicago, a local digital newspaper, focusing on Chicago neighborhoods, has launched in April, and people are...
By: Marcus Paul Chicago earned the nickname “Second City” after it rose from the ashes of the Chicago Fire in 1871 and revolutionized cities across America with modern architecture. Today, Chicago is looking to modernize the transportation industry with the...
By: Robert Dotson Ever wonder how other countries celebrate how they received their independence? The French celebrate Bastille Day on July 14th. It is the name that English-speaking countries use to call the national day of France. Formally called la...
By: Cailey Griffin Preschool, kindergarten, elementary school, high school, college–is the way life usually goes. For most people this education based life plan is all it takes to become successful, but for others there are a lot of stipulations. Many...
By Brenda Torres Have you seen casual white or green bicycles around the city?  Particularly on the South side of Chicago? These are the dockless bikes, of the companies Pace and Lime Bike.  The City of Chicago is conducting a...
By: Sabi Reza The Korean Wave has taken a life of its own here in the city of Chicago. Known as Hallyu, the Korean Wave refers to the global spread of the South Korean Culture which has increased in popularity...
By: Jerad Karasek Last Saturday, a movement to protest the Trump Administration’s zero-tolerance immigration policy and to pressure them into reuniting families separated at the border took place in cities across the nation. The current policy allows for authorities to...
By: Brenda Cervantes Chicago’s neighborhood Pilsen, is all about the delicious restaurants, the inspiring and colorful murals on buildings, but most importantly the atmosphere of the Hispanic culture. Pilsen has historically been Chicago’s first stop for American immigrants. First...
by Alexandra Gill Red light cameras were created to stop drivers from speeding after a yellow light to red. People are unhappy with the city's decision to put more cameras in Chicago after opening their mailboxes to see a...
By: Celia Borg Controversy brewed again for comedian and star of her recently revived hit TV show Roseanne Barr who has gotten herself into hot water after tweeting race-related statements about former Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett. Barr put out a...

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