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Kenwood football played a total of five games last March and April, and the band didn't play them on at any of them. This fall, however, with the full return to in-person learning, the band has returned in full force and sound, albeit with protective films covering their instrument bells.

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Thanksgiving 2021, by and large, will look dramatically different than last year's holiday, thanks to widely available vaccines — but not quite the same as 2019's. Young children are not yet able to be fully vaccinated, and immunocompromised people may not share in the vaccine's benefits.

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Over the first two weeks of November, diplomats, scientists, activists, businesspeople and other representatives from nearly every country in the world gathered in Glasgow, Scotland, for COP26, the United Nations climate change conference. 

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From a 21st-century vantage point, it seems the standard that urban renewal planners relied on for the clearance area near Lake Avenue and 55th Street was not urban, but based on the midcentury suburbs that drew city dwellers away from communities like Hyde Park. During this period, planners…

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During World War II, many Chicagoans set up small personal memorials to lost loved ones. Almost all have vanished, but two survive in Hyde Park.

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At approximately 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, a vehicle was heading westbound on E. 53rd St. when it was struck by a northbound vehicle on S. Lake Park Ave. People in both vehicles exited without assistance and no-one involved in the accident was taken to the hospital. 

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After receiving $31,000 for 153 keyboards so her Kenwood Academy students could continue lessons during the school's remote-learning period last February, music teacher Bethany Pickens received a $125,000 donation from a second anonymous donor this summer that allowed her to buy a whole new …

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Waves break over rip-rap along the Morgan Shoal section (47th to 51st streets) of Chicago's lakeshore, Monday, Oct. 25. The rip-rap was put in place earlier this year by the United States Army Corps of Engineers as part of a $1.5 million emergency repair project. The Chicago Park District cl…