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Ximena Sariñana performed in front of a sold out crowd at Schubas last Thursday
Hispanic Chicagoans held a peaceful protest urging presidential candidate Donald Trump to stop using hate speech against Latinos –particularly Mexicans.
The city of Chicago known for some of the best music festivals in the country will add another one to its roster this summer
On Wednesday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel confirmed 1,400 jobs and $200 million will be cut from CPS.
After summer performances confirmed in Colombia and Chile, legendary rock band Estelares will embark on their first ever visit to the U.S.
the last couple tourists slowly shuffled off from his small museum when Sergio Castro softly spoke up about what he really does.
“I help the poor with medical care. And that is why we ask for donations,” he said, and they promptly oblige.
Logan Square may be getting some brand new high-rise luxury apartments, but not everyone is happy about it.
The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) recently released the final official rosters for the participating Member Associations in the Gold Cup 2015.
On Monday police issued an alert warning residents of an increase in armed robberies in Avondale and Hermosa
The afternoon lunch rush on June 25 barely began when the narrow entry way of Jimmy’s Red Hots, located at 4000 W. Grand Ave
A packed house greeted this year’s contestants at the kickoff for the second annual Icebox Derby, an engineering and academic competition geared towards generating interest for young girls in science, technology and mathematics careers.