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1 At This Very Moment: A Conversation with Khloé Karova about the new photography book "LGNSQ: The Logan Square Book"
2 Sociologist and filmmaker David Schalliol explains how he came to make his first documentary, The Area
3 'The Area' brings up the question of equity in housing
4 The Freeze Now Open In Logan Square, A Sign Spring Has Sprung
5 An Affordable Place of One's Own
6 The People Who Call New York’s Affordable Housing Developments Home
7 Middle Ground Exhibit Columbus unveils site-specific pavilions for 2021 Exhibition
8 David Schalliol from Chicago: On the South Side, as in Detroit, Rumblings of Something Different
9 The Middle of Everywhere Exhibit Columbus reveals 2020–2021 curatorial theme and Miller Prize recipients
10 Chicago affordable units being built long after public housing decline
11 The Plan for Transformation has transformed Chicago's built environment
12 This Week in Milwaukee: March 18-24, 2021
13 St. Olaf faculty member's work earns national recognition
14 David Schalliol's 'The Area' follows reluctant Chicago activist Deborah Payne
15 Review: The Area Puts a Face on How Chicago Lets a Neighborhood Die
16 The Human Cost of Nature's Metropolis – Chicago Magazine
17 Photographer David Schalliol captures Chicago's public housing in images
18 To 'Remind Us What We Love About Logan Square': Photo Project Aims To Capture A Changing Neighborhood
19 Putting 'Chicago' into the Chicago Architecture Biennial | Chicago News | WTTW
20 Fire and Ice: The Frozen Aftermath of a Chicago Warehouse Fire
21 To Include is To Excel: Race Matters – St. Olaf College
22 Photographing the demolition and transformation of Chicago's public housing
23 Exhibit Columbus Announces 2021 Theme and Miller Prize Recipients
24 Black Harvest Film Festival fights to redefine Chicago's south and west sides
25 Get A Sneak Peek Of New Book Telling The Story Of Logan Square Gentrification Through Photos Next Week
26 Looks Matter, Especially in Public Housing
27 Midwest book explores daring, commonplace architecture defining region
28 Goodbye to 'First Generation' NYCHA
29 St. Olaf celebrates 50 years of Race and Ethnic Studies
30 Look at Five Lonely Houses on Chicago's South and West Sides
31 Separate, Unequal, and Ignored
32 Boys cross country: Neuqua's Dovalovsky, DGS' Neumann shine
33 Hyde Park Art Center Has Global Reach
34 The restoration of Illinois' 109-year-old Black Hawk statue is finally finished
35 Unsung architecture in the American Midwest spotlighted in new book
36 Touring the Deep Tunnel and Thornton Quarry
37 Mansion On Wheels: Harriet F. Rees House May Soon Have New Address
38 Apple collaborates with the Chicago Architecture Biennial on sessions studying the city
39 Carlos Javier Ortiz on His New Film and Pop-Up Magazine
40 While Twitter followed the campaign of @MayorEmanuel in 2011, Steve Bogira took a serious look at segregation
41 Goodbye, Gapers Block – Chicago Magazine
42 Catherine Edelman Gallery : “Photography & _____.”
43 The End of High-rise Housing in Cabrini-Green
44 "Housing is Infrastructure Act" could bring $100 billion to affordable housing
45 Chicago Architecture Biennial 2017: 10 things we loved
46 Tunnel Vision
47 'Brutal Destruction' exhibit captures demolition of concrete architecture
48 A new book from the Vernacular Architecture Forum exposes Chicago's out-of-the-way places
49 Black Harvest Film Festival: 5 Chicago films worth seeing
50 Chicago Architecture Biennial 2017
51 Two mayors, two Chicagos | Bleader
52 Building Arts Learning Center Graduates Fourth Class: Students Apply Skills in Porch Project on Normal Avenue
53 Pat Arnow's Photographs of the Chicago Board of Trade, 1971
54 Review: Richard Nickel: Dangerous Years: What He Saw and What He Wrote
55 Talking 360° Video with GB's The Grid
56 The next chapter in the story of Cabrini-Green
57 If the Police Bosses Say It Didn't Happen, It Didn't Happen
58 Local architects tackle city challenges at Chicago Architecture Biennial
59 Rebuilding NYCHA: A Fresh Look
60 Researchers Unearth 100-Year-Old Affordable Housing Solution
61 Parkside of Oldtown by Landon Bone Baker Architects
62 The Chosen Few Graham Foundation announces 2017 grants for individuals
63 The "O" is for Obese: Take-Aways from TIME's Christie Elephant GOP Cover
64 Fix NYCHA First
65 The root cause of Chicago's glut of murders
66 These Iconic Brutalist Buildings Are Captured in the Throes of Destruction
67 What Happened to the Anti-War Movement?
68 The Bloomingdale Trail
69 Saying "Goodbye" to Arkansas Red
70 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial | themes and participants
71 Destruction of brutalist buildings shown at Boston photography exhibition
72 A Brief History of Affordable Housing in New York City
73 No Two Ghettos Are Alike 1
74 At Tree House Humane Society, Raissa Allaire is top cat
75 Declarations of independence
76 Former Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar dies
77 'It's all about community': the photographer who captures unseen Chicago
78 2016 Wheelwright Prize awarded to MAIO's Anna Puigjaner for “Kitchenless City” proposal
79 AN reviews "Affordable Housing in New York" book by Bloom, Lasner
80 Racial integration is possible in Chicago | Bleader
81 Independent Filmmaker Project Selects 10 Documentaries for 2017 IFP Filmmaker Labs
82 Print edition: March 24
83 The Story Behind One Cabrini-Green Eviction
84 About Us
85 The end of segregation? | Bleader
86 AD Classics: Lafayette Park / Mies van der Rohe
87 Detroit Lighting Director Removed As EM Kevyn Orr Prepares For A New Era
88 'A city within a city'
89 A Cabrini-Green Omnibus – Chicago Magazine
90 #DocsSoWhite: The Gatekeepers at The 21st Annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
91 By focusing on water, UrbanLab balances social and ecological goals
92 Embark on a digital tour through France's famous cultural sites
93 About Us
94 Chicago Architecture Biennial finalizes list of participants
95 Abandoned buildings and revitalization efforts: Research for journalists
96 Making new history at the Chicago Architecture Biennial
97 Life beyond the headlines in Englewood | Art Feature
98 What Makes a Winter Picture?
99 Barber Shop Show preview: North Lawndale rising
100 A Short History of the Highrise