Two shows this week for the price of one.
We begin with two of the people most responsible for the serious court challenge launched on Tuesday against the TIF award to Sterling Baby and Lincoln Yards. 62 more words
As I and millions of people around the world helplessly watched the famed Notre Dame cathedral in Paris crumble before our very own eyes last week, I couldn’t help but think about the tremendous loss of culture, history, and art that the entire world was collectively and simultaneously experiencing. 737 more words
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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, right, and Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson appear at a news conference in Chicago in March 2019. Police and the FBI are now investigating 51 unsolved murders over the past two decades to determine whether they are the work of one or more serial killers. 629 more words
(Chicago Tribune) Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx should stay in office despite the avalanche of criticism that’s been leveled at her over the handling of “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett’s criminal case, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Friday. 544 more words
Just how much immunity from the consequences of one’s actions does being Black, gay, and a pal of the Obamas buy?
CNN—The two Trump supporting white supremacists picked out of a police lineup by Empire actor Jussie Smollett were sentenced to 25 years in prison Tuesday. 1,852 more words