The Chicago Extinct Businesses Facebook page features spots that were once "cornerstones of Chicago."
The event will feature music, art and live storytelling.
The Resident Association of Greater Englewood is holding an open house Saturday.
The event is from noon-4:30 at the Kelly Library, 6151 S. Normal Blvd.
Officers will set up a DUI checkpoint from 7 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m. Saturday at 1300 W. Garfield Blvd.
Walk-ins are welcome.
Tune in to view real-time wait lines at emissions testing stations.
The seal also features an old boat, a Native American man and wheat, but what do they represent?
A recent Chicago arrival has decided to photograph every city neighborhood.
"Walking Across Chicago" has made a 24-mile trek on Western Avenue and a 20-mile walk on Halsted Street.
We can thank "forgotten" engineer Ellis Chesbrough for the water intake system that still works today.
Matthew Williams was a passionate anti-violence and anti-police brutality activist, friends said.
The school's principal said he was prepared for the cuts.
Those working on the plan largely agree Washington Park is a better fit, Paul Goldberger said.
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