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Rogers Park

Rogers Park
Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood is known for its vintage apartments and Victorian houses, its proximity to Loyola University Chicago, and its independent spirit. Read about Rogers Park
Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood is known for its vintage apartments and Victorian houses, its proximity to Loyola University Chicago, and its independent spirit. Read about Rogers Park « Show less

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  • Former Cook sheriff, judge Richard Elrod dies

    Former Cook sheriff, judge Richard Elrod dies
    Richard J. Elrod, the son of a West Side Democratic committeeman, was seriously injured during an altercation with a protester during a 1969 Days of Rage demonstration downtown but went on to four terms as Cook County sheriff and more than 25 years as a Circuit Court judge.
  • A battle for what's right for Wright homes

    A pair of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes in the affluent Kenwood neighborhood desperately needing a little tender, loving care are in the middle of a bitter battle among residents at odds over a developer's proposal to turn them into bed-and-...

    Native American rapper looks to break stereotypes

     Native American rapper looks to break stereotypes
    Frank Waln and his mother used to go for long walks on their South Dakota reservation. One evening about a decade ago, when Waln was 12, he saw an object in a ditch that caught the last bit of sunlight. It was a CD, and although it was terribly...

    Lagunitas brewery officially opens Chicago operation

    Lagunitas brewery officially opens Chicago operation
    The Lagunitas Brewing Co. has officially wet its whistle bottling beer in Chicago. The Petaluma, Calif.-based company fired up its bottling operation in Douglas Park for the first time Friday after a celebratory toast of the company's flagship beverage,...

    Is $700 studio dead? Chicagoans hunt for elusive listing.

    Is $700 studio dead? Chicagoans hunt for elusive listing.
    In 2012, Grace Sweeney did the impossible. She found a studio in Lincoln Park for $745 a month -- just within the budget she kept as an unpaid intern out of college. It was steps from Fullerton Avenue and Clark Street, had a walk-in closet and...