Four big city Democratic mayors share in the joy of being boss.
Posts by Jeffrey Bishku-Aykul:
A trip to 53rd Street in search of one blogger’s favorite childhood grub. By GREG FAIRBANKS.
Photos of a newly opened boutique on 53rd Street. By MINGUS HOFFMAN-ZOLLER.
A discussion on school lunch with the Chicago Free School’s Lauren Beitler — and some not-so-appetizing memories. By GREG FAIRBANKS.
Scenes from classic Hyde Park eateries and a doll-making workshop at Blackstone Library. By MINGUS HOFFMAN-ZOLLER.
Two U. of C. students burn a laptop at the Point to make a point. By CARDELL PHILLIPS. Photos by STANLEY CORIOLAN.
Families assemble a wrapping paper mural, with inspiration from Judy Ledgerwood’s new installation at the museum, “Chromatic Patterns.” By JENNET POSEY.
Rockefeller Chapel welcomes the new season with a didjeridu performance from the Chicago Didjeridu Chorus. By JENNET POSEY.
This week marks the debut of a new Herald Blog photographer (or “blogtographer,” as we like to say here in the office): Mingus! Below are some shots Mingus took at barbershops around Hyde Park. Stay tuned for more!
By Jeffrey Bishku-Aykul Passiveaggressivenotes.com brought this neighborhood gem to reporter Lindsay Welbers’ attention: A note taped to a wooden bulletin board, standing over a pothole lazily covered with two wooden slabs and a perpendicular concrete block, near the intersection of 59th Street and Dorchester Avenue. The mock letter from Mayor Emanuel, photographed on Sept. 13, takes several(…)