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10 Commandments of a good community tour 2/1/2011
A how-to guide for putting your neighborhood on the map.
Who benefits from neighborhood tours? Everyone. 2/1/2011
Bishop Brazier's gentle way inspires our work 11/4/2010
LISC/Chicago, its New Communities and all of us who work for stronger neighborhoods mourn the passing of Bishop Arthur M. Brazier (1921-2010), who for a half century was an inspiration to, and force behind, Chicago-style grassroots community development.
Kennedy-King inspires 63rd St. retail dreams 1/14/2010
Community leaders and merchants see the college, the anchor for a multi-million dollar revitalization plan, as a catalyst for more retail development in "downtown" Englewood.
King Legacy project set to begin this fall 4/22/2009
Construction of the $17 million Dr. King Legacy Apartments is expected to begin this fall on the site where Martin Luther King Jr. stayed during his 1966 visit to Chicago.
Tax freeze preserves Pilsen buildings 11/13/2008
The Pilsen Historic Preservation Initiative might be the only effort in the state that aims to preserve affordable housing through historic preservation.
New video captures 'History from the Mill' 7/6/2008
The thick gray smoke pumped from factories in South Chicago is long gone, along with the jobs it represented. But a group of South Side residents hope a new video documentary will preserve the stories of the thousands of workers who once made this area hum.
TRP, school celebrate Day of Dead 12/10/2007
Students from St. Procopius School marched down 18th Street to El Zocalo plaza on Nov. 2 to celebrate El Dia de los Muertos - The Day of the Dead.
Lawndale renewal continues, step at a time 11/15/2007
The Biblical prophecy, a favorite hereabouts, foretells the revival of Jerusalem, not North Lawndale … though it well describes what’s happening to the greystones along West Douglas Boulevard.
Chicago Lawn teams up to back Cannery 10/16/2007
To learn more about and show support for a proposed 1 1/2 million-square-foot retail complex in Chicago Lawn, about 50 community leaders assembled at the Churchview Senior Complex on Sept. 26.

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