la-morenasa:

In the first part of Noisey’s 8-part documentary Chiraq, we head to Englewood, one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the city of Chicago, to meet Chief Keef, the most famous rapper in the drill scene. 

Unfortunately at the time, Chief was facing legal trouble, so we instead found Young Chop, a producer credited with shaping drill music, and he gives us an overview of the scene. Later, fellow 3Hunna members Lil Durk and Lil Reese expand on Chop’s thoughts, and we learn extensively about the violence surrounding the area, and the social and cultural challenges the city faces.

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sirandmadame:

Sir & Madame x Ebbets Field Satin Jackets “Comiskey vs The Cell”

sirandmadame:

Sir & Madame x Ebbets Field Satin Jackets “Comiskey vs The Cell”

(via gapers)

chicagobusiness:

arqbto:

Lake Shore Drive — Mies van der Rohe (1951)
Mies fotografiado por Slim Aarons, en 1960. Chicago, Estados Unidos.

Mies with his 860–880 Lake Shore Drive Apartments in the background

chicagobusiness:

arqbto:

Lake Shore Drive — Mies van der Rohe (1951)

Mies fotografiado por Slim Aarons, en 1960. Chicago, Estados Unidos.

Mies with his 860–880 Lake Shore Drive Apartments in the background

staceyjoy:

neighborhoodr-chicago:

Begyle Brewing will open tomorrow, Saturday January 25th,  to fill growlers - hooray!  Open 11:00am to 8:00pm.
1800 W. Cuyler Avenue in Ravenswood


I live within spitting distance of this place and I AM SO EXCITED.

staceyjoy:

neighborhoodr-chicago:

Begyle Brewing will open tomorrow, Saturday January 25th,  to fill growlers - hooray!  Open 11:00am to 8:00pm.

1800 W. Cuyler Avenue in Ravenswood

I live within spitting distance of this place and I AM SO EXCITED.

calumet412:

Logan Square, 1881, Chicago.

calumet412:

Logan Square, 1881, Chicago.

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urchicago:

Alligator Abuse on the CTA || Reptile Revolt Imminent 
Back in November, Alexis Prokopchuk took an alligator for a ride on the CTA all wrapped up like a cute little baby, and then abandoned it at O’Hare Airport. Seriously? What is this, some kind of Dada terror attack? Her explanation is that she got the alligator from some friends who were going to flush it down a toilet (they must have a huge and awesome one), and that she forgot it at the airport because she was high on Crack and Heroin (always a solid excuse).  Let’s hope that there are no copycats crimes, because this is as sad as it is ridiculous. 
Alexis Prokopchuk was arrested last Tuesday on charges of animal cruelty and reckless conduct. I just wonder how the hell the alligator got all the way up here. It’s like inverse homeward bound. 
Via Huffington Post 

urchicago:

Alligator Abuse on the CTA || Reptile Revolt Imminent 

Back in November, Alexis Prokopchuk took an alligator for a ride on the CTA all wrapped up like a cute little baby, and then abandoned it at O’Hare Airport. Seriously? What is this, some kind of Dada terror attack? Her explanation is that she got the alligator from some friends who were going to flush it down a toilet (they must have a huge and awesome one), and that she forgot it at the airport because she was high on Crack and Heroin (always a solid excuse).  Let’s hope that there are no copycats crimes, because this is as sad as it is ridiculous. 

Alexis Prokopchuk was arrested last Tuesday on charges of animal cruelty and reckless conduct. I just wonder how the hell the alligator got all the way up here. It’s like inverse homeward bound. 

Via Huffington Post 

utnereader:

The Death of High Rise Housing in Chicago
In what was dubbed the Plan for Transformation, Chicago Housing Authority has seen out the demolition of public housing high rise buildings deemed unfit for habitation, leaving thousands displaced or homeless and in worse condition than before.

utnereader:

The Death of High Rise Housing in Chicago

In what was dubbed the Plan for Transformation, Chicago Housing Authority has seen out the demolition of public housing high rise buildings deemed unfit for habitation, leaving thousands displaced or homeless and in worse condition than before.

(via thisistheglamorous)

nedhepburn:

Last Call: 22 Shots of Chicago Bars at the Night’s End.

nedhepburn:

Last Call: 22 Shots of Chicago Bars at the Night’s End.

(via staceyjoy)

gapers:

Chicago artist Jim Bachor transforms potholes into art | FOX 32 News

gapers:

Chicago artist Jim Bachor transforms potholes into art | FOX 32 News