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Hotel’s owners also built the Hyatt Place in Hyde Park in 2013.
This year’s fourth annual South Side Pie Challenge raised over $3,000 for local food pantries.
“We’re really optimistic, not only about our projects but about Woodlawn’s future.”
19 residential buildings and 2 vacant lots were sold to help fund teaching and research activities.
“City Hyde Park is the first new Multi-family building to be constructed in Hyde Park in over 25 years.”
Rajun Cajun, Cedars, and the Nile have raised prices; Snail Thai may follow.
“The Chicago way has always been, in a time of tragedy like fire, [to say] ‘Let’s band together and let’s bring some good out of this.’”
SECC has been an important part of the development on 53rd street.
Forum considers Obama Library park space and the future of Chicago Public Schools.
New comedy club built on site of Off-Off Campus ancestor.
“We are open to innovation – we encourage students who want to be a part of this community to build and deliver something that is wonderful for the community.”
50,000 books, including textbooks and academic books, have been donated to the 9th annual annual community sale
“Two little bronze plaques do not a Scammon Court make.”
University puts on first ever Hyde Park scavenger hunt for first-year students.
“Location, time of day and number of suspects [involved in the incidents] suggest a possible pattern”
“The bicycle business is a seasonal one that often presents challenges.”
“I don’t consider myself a beekeeper; I consider myself a bee host.”
A recent article entitled “The missing birds of Hyde Park” by Karen Bradley inaccurately portrays peregrine falcons as strong negative… Read more »
The release of the peregrine falcon has put Hyde Park’s bird population in serious danger
The UCPD’s Community Advisory Board will include members from Oakland, Kenwood, Hyde Park, and Woodlawn neighborhoods.
Slight increase is still far below rates from six years ago
Volunteers discovered five shelters, as well as a dumping ground.
The debate over whether the University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC) should open an adult, Level I trauma center (T1)… Chronic illness has taken the backseat in trauma center debate“>Read more »
The three gunshot victims were shot at 12:30 AM last Monday and two remain in critical condition.
Though UCPD’s pledge to release more information is a positive step, Illinois House bill is still necessary to ensure transparency
The two newest stores in the 53rd street corridor, Lively and Belle Up, feature women’s athletic apparel and maternity clothing, respectively.
New cultural corridor would “help to market local culture to a broader audience.”
Students Respond to the 57th Street Charrette
The new luxury apartment and retail complex is scheduled for completion by the end of 2016.
“I do think that the lesson here is that the legal battle is only a vehicle for the community discussion. It doesn’t matter so much that we lost the legal case in the end because the community relations part is so important.”
The properties are mostly three-story walk-up apartments and will be available for sale in May.
Will Burns won 55.4% of the fourth ward vote and Leslie Hairston won 52.5% of the fifth ward vote.
Aldermen Hairston, Burns up for re-election.
Wilson is tied for second place behind current mayor Rahm Emanuel.
The candidates laid out their platforms at local community meetings as the competition heats up in preparation for the Feb. 24th election.
Local businesses like Zberry face competition from new shops brought in by the University.
The Study Chicago Quarter shouldn’t be the only way for the University to encourage students to explore Chicago.
Hyde Park bike shop gears up fundraising in effort to avoid closure.
Election issues include Obama library and rising housing costs.
The Citizens Action Committee for Fair University of Chicago Policing formed following a public forum two weeks ago.
He discusses history of Hyde Park, University’s urban renewal.
“I gave her $40 and said, ‘good luck in Florida’ and went home.”
Engaging with this city can be as simple as taking a moment to stop and see it.
Students need to be challenged by experiences in surrounding city.
“…I think that the coexistence of people in different life stages produces a rich experience that can’t be easily replicated,” a graduate student said.
Community members volunteer to help cats find homes.
After legal issues delayed its opening by eight months, Japanese restaurant Yusho is slated to open this summer. The Hyde… Read more »
Herman Cohn remembers Kristallnacht, the Holocaust, and Normandy.