Extra Extra: Judge Upholds Firing of Disgraced Cop From Offensive Photo
A judge has decided to uphold the firing of a disgraced Chicago cop who appeared in an offensive photo of him and another police officer (who are both white) posing with a black man they arrested and told to wear antlers. [DNAinfo]
Ald. David Moore (17th) does not trust Spike Lee's plans for a block party to bolster community support for his new film Chi-raq and is denying him the permit for it. [DNAinfo]
Rooftop urban farms are becoming a trendy way to improve the environment in Chicago. [Tribune]
It was over 90 degrees in Chicago this afternoon for a hot minute (literally) until cool air from the lake dropped the temperature back down to a more reasonable number for early June. [Tribune]
Development work has begun on Old Town's new 1,500-unit apartment behemoth, Atrium Village. [DNAinfo]
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