The Lutheran high school, 5700 W. Berteau Ave., announced it will suspend classes after this year.
Like love, glitter is "irresistible and irrepressible," organizers said.
Pilsen parishioners plan to file complaints in Rome if the sale to a secular music school is completed.
The Hyde Park conservatory plans to restore the Pilsen church, including its 185-foot towers.
The Muslim Community Center in Irving Park will open its doors to the community on Sunday.
At the age 5 Sima Quraishi came to the United States as a refugee. Now she helps others start over.
It comes at the end of what's been called a "hush-hush selection process."
"We felt that something was wrong," a member said after Stuart Wright visited Lincoln United Methodist.
The posters by Identity Evropa appear to be part of a coordinated effort targeting university campuses.
Kevin Smith wants to convert shipping containers into a business incubator and aquaponics farm.
Interfaith leaders will lead a show of solidarity Wednesday in front of the Loop synagogue.
Caterers, florists and other wedding vendors will gather for the show from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. March 19.
Since 2002, records show 15,037 refugees started in Chicago when they moved to America.
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