The city needs to ensure that a Logan Square redesign project lifts up everyone in the neighborhood—without worsening gentrification, activists say.
Under a broiling sun in June, immigrant families and supporters in Logan Square struck symbolic blows against a shrinking hunk of ice. The event, hosted by the Community Defense Committee (CDC), served to make a statement: The neighborhood stands with its immigrants—and against deportations by ICE.
Chicago protestors may soon have to worry about police drones recording their images, a Logan Square alderman told supporters.
As media across the board faces buffeting winds, local journalism could use an activism boost. This is according to Logan Square resident and activist Rob Reid. Last year, he founded a group of like-minded readers, journalists and activists to help shore up neighborhood news in the wake of funding collapses.
As his 12-year run as mayor of New York City ends, Michael Bloomberg leaves behind a legacy of aggressive measures designed to improve the health of the city’s residents.
From commanding eight nuclear reactors to building a telecom infrastructure in Central America, the experiences of U.S. political candidates have gotten more interesting of late. A wave of political hopefuls with science-y backgrounds may soon bring fascinating experiences and vital knowledge to the country's governing bodies.
Earlier this year, a century-old building in Humboldt Park fell to the wrecking ball. But at least one group fought to save it: Logan Square Preservation.
The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine strategies for innovation in various industries and draw lessons for improving innovation in health care.
In the 4th District state congressional race, a Venn diagram of the candidates’ positions looks like a circle. ... Instead, at a candidate forum last week, experience and connection to the neighborhood made the difference.
In a time of absurd politics, maybe it’s best to laugh. Relentless mockery helps, too. Luckily, Logan Square has its own band of merry political satirists bringing the funny takes.
Logan Square could soon lose a progressive alderman … only to gain a new progressive in Congress. Thanks to enthusiastic volunteers, 35th Ward Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa has nabbed thousands of signatures to launch his bid for a newly opening congressional seat.
Logan Square Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa told an audience at The Hideout Tuesday that he could not support Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s budget. He called its taxes on regular Chicagoans “business as usual.”