An excerpt from the South Side Weekly's annual issue
Majority leaves door open for narrower tax language
The Grand Prize winner at this year's South Side Pie Challenge, held on Oct. 9 in Nichols Park, was Amanda Houser, who took home the laurels for her "Cherry Crumble."
- Review: 'Punch 9' offers sweeping look at Harold Washington's life and legacy
- Best of Hyde Park and Kenwood 2021
- Preckwinkle, Lowry disappointed with state Supreme Court's ruling against county's tax on guns
- How to make an award-winning cherry pie
- Love and Light Cafe is Hyde Park's newest Black-owned business
- Chicago’s 5-year high school graduation rate hits record amid the pandemic
- Montgomery Place sufficiently staffed, CEO says, amid state nursing home worker crisis
- U. of C. grad students hold rally for service fee strike, fourth anniversary of unionization vote
Students at Ray Elementary School are enjoying the beginning of the fall athletics season, with dozens of children participating in volleyball, soccer and cross country.
"One minute," shouts DePaul student Maxwell Murray to a group of street soccer players in red and yellow pinnies playing on a defunct basketball court, letting them know how much time they have left in their game.
To kick off the 2021 IHSA season, the Kenwood Broncos defeated Lane Tech 27-9 on Friday, Aug. 27, on the road.
Arts & Entertainment
At the beginning of “Punch 9 for Harold Washington,” a television interviewer asks the former mayor what he would like a future historian to write about his administration.
Since 1977 the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert series has provided free concerts to Chicago music lovers. The series honors the British musician who performed in London during World War II in …
Derrick Judkins calls himself the real-life Spider-Man. As a clinical research assistant at the University of Chicago during the day and a street dancer by night, he has to balance two lives w…
Opinion & Letters
South Side historian and activist Timuel D. Black passed away last week at the age of 102. The Herald is sharing a pair of remembrances of Black below from Lawrence Cross and Ald. Sophia King …
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