By Angela G. Barnes and Anne Arntson A major street in the Dunning neighborhood is getting a face-lift, but the city may have a hundred-year-old burial problem. According to Barry Fleig, a historian who’s chronicled the mishandling of bodies on the Northwest Side, the upgrade may disturb indigent graves. This reconstruction project was suppose to start in […]
By Mathias Meier Magda Brown travels trough the entire country to tell her tragic story as a holocaust survivor. With clockwork precision she remembers every detail and relives it with shocking accuracy. And even though she says it hurts her deeply, she does it to rest assure that future generations won’t repeat past mistakes.