Catch a “pumpkin-smashing” event this weekend and add your squash to a compost pile to help the environment.
And are victims of abuse who fight back given harsher punishment?
Justices heard arguments Monday on affirmative action. The conservative-majority court could outlaw race-conscious admissions decisions.
Advocates say more urban farms and community gardens would help Chicago become less reliant on produce from faraway places.
After six years at 63rd and Halsted, the grocery store will close on November 13. It’s still unclear when another grocer will move into the space.
There are 890 gardens and farms on vacant lots, rooftops and school grounds throughout Chicago.
Permanent exhibitions will include an Everyday Objects Gallery and a music room highlighting the work of public housing residents.
Farmers in Illinois are adopting strategies like no-till, crop cover, and installing constructed wetlands to reduce carbon emissions and water pollution.
From printmaking to a once-shuttered auditorium space, Chicago’s got it all.
Places that are usually off limits to the public are opening their doors this weekend — for free.