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Chicagoan issues archived on website

Chicagoan issues archived on website

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer A few years after The New Yorker launched, Chicago had its own answer to the high-brow city-centric magazine. The Chicagoan was published from 1926 to 1935 and took many editorial and design inspirations from its New York City counterpart. The magazine hoped to fight the stereotype of Chicago as a(…)

Logan center hosts youth program

By DASCHELL M. PHILLIPS Staff Writer The Visions Blu Institute is hosting a fundraiser Thursday at the University of Chicago Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts for its “Say Something” Youth Digital Media Summer Program. Each summer, Visions Blu, a Chicago-based digital media and news literacy organization, hosts a summer program to help(…)

Yoga business opens on 53rd

Yoga business opens on 53rd

Hyde Park yoga buffs have another option after CorePower opened last week. CorePower, 1539 E. 53rd St., opened above Akira on Tuesday May 28. The business offers two studios that can host multiple types of classes at the same time. Classes include hot yoga, which takes place in a climate controlled hot room, and yoga(…)

Police searching for missing girl

Police searching for missing girl

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer A 15-year-old girl was reported missing from the 5500 block of South Everett Avenue, according to a release by the Chicago Police Department Thursday afternoon. Tinina Burns is described as a 5’8” Black female with brown hair and eyes, and light skin with freckles, weighing approximately 110 pounds. She was(…)

Murders trigger alert, investigation

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer After two separate murders in the same corner of Hyde Park in under a month, University of Chicago Police Department issued a security alert, and Chicago Police Department is investigating both incidents. On April 30, 39-year-old Henry Atkins was shot and killed in the hallway of an apartment building on(…)

K.A.M. seeking gardener

K.A.M. seeking gardener

By DASCHELL M. PHILLIPS Staff Writer K.A.M. Isaiah Israel and the Kenwood United Church of Christ are looking for a volunteer production manager for their two gardens in Hyde Park/Kenwood. The organic fruits and vegetables raised in the gardens are sent to soup kitchens and other hot meal programs on Chicago’s South Side. K.A.M., 1100(…)

UCPD protesters challenge U. of C.-backed findings

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer The University of Chicago released the final report following the investigation after a trauma care protest in January resulted in four arrests and another in February where a police officer went undercover posing as a protestor. Patricia Brown Holmes at Schiff Hardin LLP was contracted as an independent body to(…)

New police commander talks tough

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer Chicago Police Department 2nd District Commander Fred Waller was transferred last month to the Gresham neighborhood’s 6th District, where he serves as commander. The 2nd District’s new commander, Terence Williams, told neighborhood residents on Monday night at Ald. Will Burns’ (4th) ward meeting that he takes a zero-tolerance approach to(…)