Ja'Mal Green hopes the Majostee Allstars Youth Center can give residents hope.
The pop-up will be held at 4550 N. Hermitage Ave.
The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce teamed up wih Everything But the House for the sale.
The problem of trying to put on lipstick in a darkly lit room has been solved, she said.
The project also will highlight the neighborhood's people, topography and social mobility.
The alderman wants to "make sure we have the safest possible plan, that works for everybody," he said.
Twenty cents from every commemorative case of Old Style will be shared among four Midwest charities.
The Beverly salon supplants the hat manufacturer that was based at 10215 S. Western Ave. for 25 years.
Leo and Soula Dianzikis are "proud" long-time owners of the neighborhood's favorite Italian beef joint.
"I don't want to work in a neighborhood that makes me feel dirty," Jellyvision's Sara Colombo said.
Minority business owners will meet Downtown at the Hyatt Regency Chicago on Thursday and Friday.
Of about 100 residents who made the Wednesday night meeting, just two were opposed to legalized pot.
The three-generation family that owns the restaurant will shutter its doors on Nov. 18, they announced.
A measure introduced Wednesday stems from an incident at a doggie day care in Mount Greenwood.
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