The owner of a local salon said she wanted to give back on a larger scale.
This week saw Chicagoans doing good deeds and beautiful spring attractions opening up in the city.
School of Rock's opening, Record Store Day, Earth Day cleanups, new sushi spot and a big estate sale.
The shop will open at 8 a.m. Saturday for Record Store Day — an annual celebration of vinyl.
Part of the city's "K9s for Cops" program, the statue is decorated with images unique to the district.
It's the last true record store standing in Lincoln Park proper.
After a long overhaul, the screens showing the faces of ordinary Chicagoans will be lit up again.
Organizers hope to bring the fest dedicated to Reggae lovers back to Addams/Medill Park in 2018.
Three people were killed and 18 people were injured in the collapse, which occurred on Sept. 17, 1909.
There will be a free camp in Hyde Park and free tours of three homes designed by Wright.
WTTW's "My Neighborhood: Pilsen" tackles the culture and community-led activism that makes Pilsen great.
The university is also trying to get a long-term lease on the city's oldest CTA station.
Author Dominic Pacyga will present his book about the Union Stock Yards from 7-10 p.m. Friday.
The winners created Care For Real's Pack the Car program, Free Little Libraries and Quest Theatre.
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