Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s new brainstorm on how to corrupt the relations between Chicago’s teens and its cops comes down to that old stand-by: if you can’t control it, ban it.

Passover, Ramadan and Lent all came to an end during the past few weeks, and I’ve found myself thinking of the oddest thing: a cow.

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As the Beverly Area Planning Association (BAPA) prepares to host its annual Beverly/Morgan Park Home Tour, it’s also time for residents to celebrate another emerging tradition: the BAPA Porch Concert series.

Twitter, one of the most popular social media networks in the world, has agreed to sell its business to Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla who is the richest person in the world and valued at about $270 billion.

This year’s Beverly/Morgan Park Home Tour, organized by the Beverly Area Planning Association (BAPA), offers not only a chance to visit beautiful homes in the community but also learn more about local history.

There is a pressing need to raise awareness and develop programs to address the mental health needs of students, families and communities in the city of Chicago.

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Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx recently held a press conference and announced that her office would not seek charges against the police officer who shot and killed Adam Toledo in March 2021.

The OSF Beverly Breast Cancer Walk was set to be held in person last October, but COVID-19 concerns led to its cancellation.

On Oct. 13, it was reported feverishly by both print and electronic media about Chicago Police Department (CPD) Supt. David Brown’s first appearance at the Police Academy to speak to Chicago police recruits.

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The South Side Irish St. Patrick’s Day Parade always offers a chance for politicians—or those hoping to become politicians—to interact with their constituents.

Through decades of attending the South Side Irish parade, I have never before heard someone on a public-address system, in the parade, promoting a particular political slant.

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The main facility for the Guildhaus, a halfway house in Blue Island, is nestled at 2413 Canal St., just around the corner from historic Old Western Avenue.

Amid the sea of Kelly green that will be displayed throughout the neighborhood this weekend, maybe people could include some blue and yellow in their decorations to show solidarity with the courageous people of Ukraine.

Every organization named as the grand marshal or an honoree of the South Side Irish St. Patrick’s Day Parade is deserving of that distinction.

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