We believe that progress requires collaboration even in the face of disagreements, Equality Illinois explained.
Event is planned by Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce and will take place at Morse and Glenwood Avenues from 2 to 10 p.m. It will feature DJs and performers.
It was standing room only in many Boystown bars and clubs to watch the Chicago Blackhawks beat off the Tampa Bay Lightning to clinch the Stanley Cup.
“I am pushing for increased police resources to our community,” Ald. Tom Tunney said about weekend crime in Lakeview.
Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery will be home to memorial for LGBT soldiers and sailors, but American Veterans for Equal Rights want one in Washington, D.C.
A bill that strengthens hate crime protections for LGBT people was unanimously passed a vote in the Illinois Senate May 20.
Illinois takes a step towards a ban on conversion therapy for LGBTQ youth with the passage of HB217.
A portrait of youth homelessness, ‘The Homestretch’ premieres on Apr. 13 on WTTW-TV—part of PBS program Independent Lens.
Businesses in Hoosier State are considering moving from Indiana as a result of religious freedom legislation. Chicago is the ideal place to move, says mayor.
Rick Garcia tells Sun-Times he’s angry with LGBT groups, leaders standing by Mitts, or staying silent on issue. Ald.-elect Carlos Ramirez speaks out, too.