ChicagoInno: How to Ignite the Next Industrial Revolution in Chicago
By Thomas Day for ChicagoInno
This region’s growing community of entrepreneurs, and our broad manufacturing base, make this city and this district ready to become for the new industrial revolution what Silicon Valley was for the information technology revolution.
The 7th Congressional district, a district composed of much of downtown Chicago, the Loop, the South Loop, Englewood, and the West Side neighborhoods and suburbs — and a district I seek to represent in Washington — has an unemployment rate that is regularly surveyed at three times the national average.
In ten years, we can be the economic engine of the Midwest, with a job for everyone who wants one.
A Chat about Alicia Ponce’s Work
Tell us a bit about the industry you are in and the work you focus on. Architecture is an industry where we get to define a city’s culture and history. …
Getting to Know DCASE Commissioner Erin Harkey
Tell us about where you grew up and tell a special high school memory/story. I was born and raised in Los Angeles and went to Santa Monica High School; high…
Black History Spotlight - Blake Anthony-Johnson
A Conversation with Blake-Anthony Johnson, CEO and President of Chicago Sinfonietta Blake-Anthony Johnson’s multifaceted career has included work as a performer, collaborator, recording artist, and
Black History Spotlight - Leon Walker
Meet Leon Walker Over the past 20 years, Leon I. Walker, Esq., has spearheaded cutting-edge community development projects that have generated thousands of new jobs and brought grocery stores and&hell