Later this month the Senate will be voting on a controversial immigration bill aimed at punishing sanctuary cities like Chicago…
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Cormier was the constant aggressor in UFC 192’s main event, unexpectedly eschewing his trademark takedowns and out-striking the 6’5” Swede known for his fierce fists.
Community Health Fair
Little Village High School, 3120 S. Kostner Ave. | 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Free
For one weekend only from Oct. 2-4, artists will transform empty storefronts, existing businesses and other Little Village spaces into vibrant art galleries filled with local art
It’s official—fall is here! From apple orchards to zombie festivals, welcome the new season properly with these fun day trips
On Sept. 19, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services began accepting credit cards for payment of tariffs citizenship application (Form N-400, $595) and biometric testing ($85)
The Little Village Chamber of Commerce (LVCC) received a $25,000 grant from the Together We Can Program that will be given as scholarships to students
In a market saturated by $300 to $600 smartphones, Alcatel has targeted the budget market with the $130 OneTouch Conquest, available via Boost Mobile
With Jay Cutler still out, the Bears relied on backup quarterback Jimmy Clausen who had a dismal 9 of 17 completed passes
There are long, beautiful shots of Mars’ red, barren landscapes in “The Martian.” The vast emptiness of the planet’s red dunes surrounded by craters and towering mountains
Little Village Arts Fest opening night
Ageless Arts Tattoo & Body Piercing Studios, 2407 S Kedzie Ave. | 7 p.m. | Free
This week EXTRA is profiling Luis DeLaTorre, an artist from the city’s Bridgeport neighborhood.