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Kenwood

Kenwood
Nestled between 43rd and 51st Streets from Lake Shore Drive to Cottage Grove Avenue, Kenwood is known for its collection of mansions from the 19th and 20th Century and boasts some of the most architecturally significant and historical homes in Chicago. Read more about the Kenwood area of Chicago.
Nestled between 43rd and 51st Streets from Lake Shore Drive to Cottage Grove Avenue, Kenwood is known for its collection of mansions from the 19th and 20th Century and boasts some of the most architecturally significant and historical homes in Chicago. Read more about the Kenwood area of Chicago. « Show less

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  • Adela Cepeda carved her own path to success

    Adela Cepeda carved her own path to success
    Adela Cepeda stepped adroitly along her path to become one of the city's most prominent Latina businesswomen. But she walked it on her own, rather than as part of the power couple she and her husband were once well on their way to becoming. Cepeda, an...
  • Hyde Park shooting: 'When he passed away, he was in my arms'

    Hyde Park shooting: 'When he passed away, he was in my arms'
    One minute Luis Galvin was opening the door to his Hyde Park apartment, the next he was lying on the floor holding his dying friend. "I was down on the ground, I was just waiting for the rest of the shots to come," Galvin told reporters outside his...
  • Mom's final words to son, 15: 'My baby who I loved so dear'

    Mom's final words to son, 15: 'My baby who I loved so dear'
    There were no dignitaries or elected officials at Cornelius “Cornbread” German’s funeral. No activists, no high-profile clergy.   Instead, dozens of teenagers dressed more for a picnic than a somber occasion crowded the pews inside...
  • Voting community conversation: Why will you vote in 2012?

    Voting community conversation: Why will you vote in 2012?
    On a big week for election news, Trib Nation invited a diverse group of connectors to have lunch with us and share their view of the 2012 election. What do they see as the campaign's narrative? More importantly, what is motivating them and the people...
  • Obama casts early ballot in Chicago

    Obama casts early ballot in Chicago
    President Barack Obama today returned to the South Side and cast an early vote near his Kenwood home. While at the Martin Luther King Community Center in Bronzeville, Obama bantered with the election judge when he presented his ID. "Now ignore the...
  • Michelle Obama avoids storm, will be in Chicago two nights

    Michelle Obama avoids storm, will be in Chicago two nights
    WASHINGTON — With Hurricane Sandy threatening the East Coast, first lady Michelle Obama planned to spend tonight in her native Chicago, campaign Monday in Iowa and return to her hometown Monday night, an aide said. The details of her plans while in...
  • Court Date for Pendleton Suspects

      The two men charged in the the shooting death of 15-year-old Hadiya Pendleton are due in court today for a preliminary hearing.    18-year-old Michaeil Ward and 20-year-old Kenneth Williams have been held without bond since their arrest on first...
  • Michelle Obama to attend funeral for Hadiya Pendleton

    Michelle Obama to attend funeral for Hadiya Pendleton
    WASHINGTON -- First lady Michelle Obama plans to attend Saturday’s funeral in Chicago for 15-year-old Hadiya Pendleton, who was fatally shot last week about a mile from the Obama family’s Kenwood home Pendleton, an honor student and band...
  • Obama returns to Chicago as voters head to polls

    Obama returns to Chicago as voters head to polls
    Election Day has arrived, and President Barack Obama has returned to Chicago for what he hopes will be a victory celebration tonight. After watching the results come in, the president is expected to address supporters tonight at a McCormick Place rally....
  • Obama supporters savoring re-election

    Obama supporters savoring re-election
    President Obama's supporters are savoring his re-election Wednesday. The president won another four years at the White House after he defeated Mitt Romney on Tuesday. Obama won at least 303 Electoral College votes; 33 more than was needed   In...
  • After victory, reality

    The elections did little to wipe away the deep challenges and frictions facing the nation, and if there was a morning-after metaphor that crystallized that reality it might have been this: Chicago awoke Wednesday to a pair of economic jolts, one...