News

Resolutions to create a commission — which would determine ways to make amends for inequalities that have come as a result of systematic racism for Chicagoans descended from slaves — and to designate Juneteenth as …

News

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced June 11 she will work with Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker and a legal team to draft legislation that would require police officers to be licensed for their jobs, similar to …

News

Protests sparked by the death of George Floyd in police custody have now filled Chicago’s streets for more than a week, forcing city legislators to respond to the protester’s demands. Thousands of protesters gathered once …

News

The Rogers Park community joined in the global protests over the death of George Floyd as hundreds of protesters filled North Sheridan Road from Lunt Avenue to Touhy Avenue June 3. What began as a …

News

The fifth day of protests began in Chicago June 2 as Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot gave a morning press conference on the protests and how the city is moving forward in regards to the COVID-19 …

News

Three buildings on Loyola’s Water Tower Campus, which is situated off North Michigan Avenue, were among the places with shattered windows and signs of break-ins amid protests in Chicago May 30.  The university’s School of …

News

Thousands of people gathered in Chicago on Saturday to protest in response to the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in the custody of the Minneapolis Police Department, as well as several …

Arts & Entertainment

Another Tuesday night, another Production Night Session — The Phoenix’s new live-stream series featuring Chicago artists performing and answering questions from reporters. The guest for May 26 was Dom Martin, singer and guitarist of the …