"It's not a recommendation that we're making at the population level, and we may do it if we see our risk level here in Chicago really go up significantly."
“This new law will go a long way toward removing the stigma surrounding HIV and other sexually transmitted conditions and allow folks living with them to get the medical treatment they need.”
- COVID update: cases increase 83% on mid-South Side, city not introducing mask mandate
- New Jackson Park track and field could be named after pioneering Black athlete Bob Pickens
- Pritzker signs Peters' law repealing criminal penalties for HIV transmission
- With new linen shop, Leslie Roberson wants to provide customers with personal experience
- Hearing held on Anjanette Young Ordinance, co-sponsor hopeful for passage
- Friend Health continuing plans to move headquarters to new facility in Woodlawn
- What's Krackin' Southern Seafood set to open Aug. 8
- Emmett Till Home to get landmark plaque this weekend, and DuSable commemorating his 80th birthday
Local group building temporary 9-hole course in Jackson Park
Sophomore Leah Morris competes on the boys wrestling team at Kenwood Academy, going up against wrestlers in her 132-pound weight class regardless of their gender. Here, she checks with her coach during a practice session to see if her takedown of her opponent was correct.
Arts & Entertainment
Maurinise Lee has always wanted to open her own restaurant in Hyde Park.
After spending years leading collaborative art projects in public schools that heal and restore youth exposed to trauma, The Love, Unity, and Values (LUV) Institute will expand its reach this …
In an opening reception befitting the name of the Smart Museum of Art’s new exhibition — “Toward Common Cause: Art, Social Change, and the MacArthur Fellows Program at 40” — the Forward Moment…