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The Theater Loop"Feast" by the Albany Park Theatre Project is back on stage in Chicago through Nov. 13. This is the same "Feast" put on by the youth company that bowled over audiences at the Goodman Theatre back in July. Click here......
If you're used to browsing Michigan Avenue or suburban mall stores, Albany Park's Lawrence Avenue might seem a bit like stepping into another world. Along a 12-block stretch, you can shop a Korean pharmacy, Mexican bakery, Middle Eastern dress shop and...
Tribune staff reporterYou have to love the sidewalks. They are neatly laid out in right angles, a conventional concrete grid that would fit in perfectly in the most cookie cutter of suburban subdivisions.Except that there is no subdivision. The sidewalks stretch out into...
Tribune reporterIn a city long known for ethnic ghettos and virtual walls between segregated neighborhoods, Sue Choe is something of a trailblazer. The Korean-American is hustling to learn Spanish. "Bienvenido a mi tienda," Choe proudly welcomes visitors into her...
Tags: North Park, Humboldt Park, Language, Politics, Los Angeles
(WGN-AM)- A half dozen people were shot and wounded in overnight Chicago street violence in addition to the previously reported fatal shooting in Albany Park, police said this morning. These were the incidents: ĽAn 18-year-old man was shot in the...
Tribune religion reporterMaria Alvarez and Jeanette Hernandez believe that no matter where they worship, where they work or how they got to America, the Roman Catholic Church calls on them to bear each other's burdens. To do her part, Hernandez, a parishioner at Our Lady of...
(WGN-AM) - Chicago police sought the public's help in tracking down a woman suspected in at least three robberies of Walgreens stores this month. The suspect is described as a white female, 30-40 years old, 5-foot-4 to 5-foot-6, 170-200 pounds, with...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, WGN, Theft, Chicago Tribune, Crimes
Tribune Staff WritersAs a priest with several hundred parishioners, Rev. Grouu Tzonkov is a man of religion and faith. As a businessman, he steers a million-dollar-a-year trucking company he built from scratch 3 1/2 years ago. On a shelf in his office is the Holy Bible, on...
Tribune staff reporterThis is the week that Chicago has set aside to discuss "To Kill a Mockingbird," the book designated last summer as the first work to be read by the entire population of the city (and suburbs) as a shared intellectual exercise. The Harper Lee classic...
Police this afternoon confirmed a Chicago man who shot himself in the head during a traffic stop in Wisconsin had a suicide note claiming responsibility for last week's slayings of U.S. District Judge Joan Lefkow's husband and mother. But they stopped...
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