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5th Ward budget group member releases recommendations

Anne Marie Miles – 5th Ward attorney, former aldermanic candidate and member of Ald. Leslie Hairston’s committee to review infrastructure needs in the ward – released earlier this afternoon the meeting minutes and recommendations from the group to Hairston. The recommendations will be considered by Hairston’s office, which has sought input from the ward’s four(…)

Man reported missing by police

Man reported missing by police

A man who can often be seen on the 4700 block of South Drexel Boulevard was reported missing by the Chicago Police Department on Wednesday. Michael Cardine, 57, was last seen wearing a black skull cap. He is described as 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighing 110 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes and a(…)

Something fishy in Hyde Park

Something fishy in Hyde Park

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer Hyde Parker Neil Shubin’s work studying paleontology at the University of Chicago has taken him to places as far away as Canada’s arctic north and South Africa. However much of his PBS series “Your Inner Fish” is a Hyde Park story, he said. The three part PBS series “Your Inner(…)

Fair Trader hatches new plan

Cindy Pardo is pushing back. For years, Pardo has watched the available space and opportunities for artists in Hyde Park and the broader South Side dwindle, and she has decided to do something about it. Both an artist and a businesswoman, Pardo is sending out feelers for an idea she hatched recently to create a(…)

Longtime salon struggles to stay on 53rd Street

Longtime salon struggles to stay on 53rd Street

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer A woman who has owned a salon on 53rd Street for 20 years is suing the a business arm of the University of Chicago, who she says is trying to illegally evict her. Sahan Kourouma has owned Motherland, 1459 E. 53rd St., a nail salon and hair weaving business, since(…)

What The Traveler Saw to close in June

What The Traveler Saw to close in June

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer What the Traveler Saw will be closing at the end of June. The international goods store has been a popular in the neighborhood since it opened 10 years ago. Owner Laurel Stratford said she would be closing the brick-and-mortar store, 1508 E. 55th St., but not the business. “I’ve put(…)

Hyde Park’s permission wall, once haven for local artists, destroyed for Vue53 site

Hyde Park’s permission wall, once haven for local artists, destroyed for Vue53 site

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer A wall where graffiti artists had painted freely for more than 20 years was demolished Friday to make way for a 155-foot tall mixed-use building. The Hyde Park graffiti wall was the last “permission wall” on the South Side. Artists and graffiti writers were able to hone their talents along(…)

THEY’RE HISTORY

THEY’RE HISTORY

MAC Properties demolishes three historic greystones on Harper Avenue to make way for a parking lot.