The U. of C. Revels return this weekend — in a parallel universe

The U. of C. Revels return this weekend — in a parallel universe

By JEFFREY BISHKU-AYKUL Staff Writer The University of Chicago Revels, a century-long Hyde Park tradition, will return next weekend. This year’s Revels, entitled “Any Resemblance,” was conceived by Andy Austin a former court artist and wife of late U. of C. professor Ted Cohen. She has written the script for ten shows. The show’s title(…)

Comfort Me pop-up boutique moves into permanent home at Hyde Park Shopping Center

By JEFFREY BISHKU-AYKUL Staff Writer Formerly a pop-up boutique at 5241 S. Harper Ave., Comfort Me has staked a permanent home in the Hyde Park Shopping Center. Last Saturday the store moved into the previous location of longtime boutique What The Traveler Saw, 1508 E. 55th St., where they were invited to relocate by their(…)

Police announce arrest for string of robberies

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer A 21-year-old man has been charged in connection with a string of robberies in Hyde Park last fall. Tommy Langston, 21, of the 8000 block of South Blackstone Avenue, was arrested Dec. 9 and charged in connection to three robberies in September and November, Chicago Police News Affairs said. University(…)

Emanuel moves to secure park land for Obama Library

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer Mayor Rahm Emanuel will introduce an ordinance to the full City Council that would transfer ownership of the two parks proposed for the Obama Library from the Park District to the City. The mayor’s office confirmed that he will introduce the ordinance at Wednesday’s meeting. The Park District council will look at(…)