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News, Features and Profiles
https://issuu.com/sanpedrotoday/docs/spt_0915_issuu - Chris Cornell, The Warner Grand, and a Closer Connection to San Pedro
Former Circadian Rhythm frontman, Christopher Stewart, has returned to the Chicago poetry scene after a decade of poetic obscurity
Before slamming down a "wild draw four" card, Ashley Spivey proudly announced to her opponent, "I'm really sorry to do this, Miss Ashley." Spivey, 15, eventually beat her mentor Ashley Spade in the weekly Uno card game that comes regularly after their tutoring sessions at a North Side facility.
In the wake of a rally and letter delivery that took place on Monday, CDPH finally followed up on variance requests issued by KCBX (a Koch subsidiary) upholding the city’s regulations and denying the variance request.
The House of Representatives did not vote on a bill that would drastically weaken FOIA for citizens, however the bill still could be voted on this week.
Apple users, start your search engines: after months of speculation and anticipation, the iPhone 5 went on sale Friday to long lines around the globe. The Apple Store at North and Clybourn opened its doors at 8 a.m. to customers eager to get their hands on the newest version of Apple's smartphone.
DePaul is no longer the most sexually unhealthy college in the country, according to the Trojan Sexual Health Report Card. When the 2011 Report Card was released, DePaul sat at the very bottom, 141 out of 141. In the 2012 Report Card DePaul now sits at 114.
DePaul President Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M. introduced the Vision 2018 plan for the school at an event attended by more than 800 alumni, faculty and students Sept. 14. The plan, like its predecessors Vision 2012 and Vision 2006, outlines DePaul's goals for the university over the next six years.
Medill News Service's Election 2015 video team brings you a roundup of the day's most important coverage, exploring early morning voter delays, Chinatown's low voter engagement and a social media rundown of what people are talking about around Chicago. Voters inside a Bridgeport polling station were met this morning by poll watchers with free coffee and donuts.
The Green Bay Symphony Orchestra will close its doors at the end of the 2014-2015 season. Critics have often claimed that classical music is dying. But in Chicago classical music is alive and well.
For southeast side residents the greasy, oil product, petroleum coke is a daily health hazard. but the southeast side coalition to ban petcoke is taking matters into their own hands.
The winter months have long been a struggle for local businesses as the cold keeps people out, and the holidays empty wallets. A local tattoo parlor is fighting this, pushing yelp and groupon campaigns in a traditionally analog industry.
Op-Eds and Essays
As the school year begins, it is important to remind students that stressing out about classes and the future can actually cause more harm than good. Worrying keeps students in a constant state of fear and anxiety and hinders any real progress toward the future.
Rugby is a real sport. It combines physicality, mental toughness, and teamwork all at one time, in a way that no other popular sport in the United States does. The sport is gaining in popularity at the amateur level in the U.S., however it still falters in the wake of American gridiron ...
Flip flopping through life one day dream at a time.
Upgrading to a new mental operating system and technologically assimilating myself.
With 6 candidates total, including incumbent Michele Smith, 43rd ward aldermanic candidate faces a full field in the upcoming race. Jerry Quandt faces additional opposition launching a fully independent campaign with no direct political support.