The new media editors will talk about how news is changing in the age of the Internet.
Parks groups are anticipating copious state reviews if Obama chooses a South Side park for his library.
U. of C. study found more than 800 kids landed in lower-performing schools after the mass closings.
West's new book collects passages of King's that highlight his democratic socialist politics.
The exhibit includes Mildred Mead's photos of Chicago's ghettos in the 1950s.
Rev. Anthony David O'Neil said church was open to moving, but no one from U. of C. has approached him.
The university is delaying any state review until it finishes a study of hospital services.
Aldermen supported using park land for the library Wednesday as Olmsted groups panned the proposal.
The University of Chicago identified an arboretum and baseball diamonds as sites for the library.
Esther Podemski will show her film “The Peasant and the Priest” on Wednesday.
The U. of C. proposal could endanger the city's first arboretum and 143-year-old oak trees.
The south lakefront saw battles over a shuttered Dominick's and huge investments in Jackson Park.
The park advisory council will talk Jan. 12 about being a potential site of the presidential library.
Washington Park residents are asking the university to commit to a benefits agreement before expanding.
Glenda Hatchett of the TV show "Judge Hatchett" will also speak during the week of events.
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