The Institute of Cultural Affairs in the USA has three events left as part of the initiative.
The Sept. 21 event features music, clothes, decor and more from the 1980s.
Two nonprofits have partnered and plan to open a technology center near Kennedy-King College.
The app can alert you when a package is delivered or when visitors arrive, developers said.
Four teens from a summer technology camp in Englewood were chosen to redesign the cafe's website.
A series of workshops touting solar energy are taking place throughout Chicago.
The free hands-on festival will set up creative courses in Logan Square Saturday.
The ICA Greenrise building work is an example of "us walking our talk," an official said.
AT&T called in its most high-tech antenna for this weekend's Air & Water Show ... and your selfies.
Betsy Storm's "Bright Lights of the Second City" delves into their influences and successes.
Melinda McIntire, author of the blog Solo in the Second City, will edit your dating profile for $5.
Residents ask for better communication and faster restoration of yards and parkways.
After hosting three computer coding camps for kids, Teamwork Englewood is expanding to adults.
Owner Nicole Vasquez wants the office to also host community meetings.
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