The Red Line Project documented voting issues as part of ProPublica's Electionland project. (Photo by Gage Skidmore)
How did Chicago's DIY music scene form? (Photo/Martin Crudo)
How the Chicago Public Art Group is helping artists tell their stories. (Photo/Kerenina Rosario)
As part of ProPublica's Electionland coverage, The Red Line Project curating election day voting issues. Monday's biggest issue was long lines at early voting stations as Chicago saw record early turnout. Even Chicago's Chance the Rapper got into the act, leading a group of hundreds of young voters to a downtown polling station after a late afternoon concert.
The largely Irish community on the South Side is going through changes. Longtime local business owners weigh in on what they think of the neighborhood's gentrification.
Photo: Johnny O's liquor store in Bridgeport (Photo/Ken Neumann)
The Peoples Church Homeless Shelter in Uptown will be shut down on Dec. 23, just two days before Christmas. Where will its residents go?
Photo: Interim Executive Director Jean Siegfried Darling talks about the shelter closing at a Nov. 21 press conference. (Photo/Niyat Habtezion)