Top Chicago news: Museum helps black residents digitize their history; book elevates city's stories

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Chicago.

Guidebook elevates Chicago's lesser-heard stories

From Austin to Hegewisch, this essay collection offers snapshots of life in Chicago's neighborhoods.

Read the full story on Chicago Reader.

Popular sandwich shop temporarily closes

South Side sandwich icon Taurus Flavors is officially closed just over three months after a car crashed into its building. It is waiting on an insurance claim and clearance from the city to reopen.

Read the full story on Eater Chicago.

Chicago is a top city for bike share, scooters, study says

Car trips in the city could be cut by 51% with better micromobility options, says a new study from a Washington state transportation data and analytics company.

Read the full story on Curbed Chicago.

Museum helps black residents digitize their history

Archivists will be at various locations in the Chicago area this month to bring help family history and archives into the digital age.

Read the full story on WBEZCuriousCity.

Chicago Lighthouse's free performance promotes access, inclusion

For the first time The Chicago Lighthouse is hosting Center Stage for Access and Inclusion in front of the Navy Pier's iconic Ferris Wheel on Sept. 14.

Read the full story on ABC Chicago, WLS.

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