Thursday, October 16, 2014

What is the State of the South Loop? Find out October 21, 2014 at East-West University

Title: State of the South Loop

Date: Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Time: Reception 5:30 p.m. – Light Refreshments
Talk: 6 p.m.
Venue: Riaz H. Waraich Auditorium, 4th Floor
Student Life Center, East-West University
829 S. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, IL 60605

State of the South Loop: the story of one dynamic neighborhood, from where it’s been to where it’s going. Chicago’s South Loop reporter Lizzie Schiffman Tufano maps the growth and evolution of one of Chicago’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Lizzie is the Downtown, River North and South Loop reporter for Chicago, the city’s number one resource for neighborhood news.

Before joining DNAinfo, Lizzie was the Associate Editor of the Huffington Post’s Chicago section. A local since birth, Lizzie studied at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, and now lives in Uptown with her husband and their unpredictable cat.

For additional information, call Joel Inwood at 312.939.0111 x 1820


  1. Unfortunately the south loop has seen it's better days now that Fioretti was pushed out by Emanuel. The new south loop alderman will "I'm like Barack Obama" burns has no interest in anything north of 43 rd street and does not respond to requests from any other than his core Hyde park constituency as he votes lock step with Rahm and votes against more police.

  2. The south loop will now rapidly decline because Fioretti has been moved out by Rahm because Fioretti has integrity and questioned Rahms pay to play games, the new south loop alderman Will "I'm like Barack" Burns has no interest nor respect in any constituent who lives north of 43rd street. He only caters to his Hyde park elitist group of sycophants and he totally votes lick step with Emanuel..most notably for increased taxes, more charters for Rahms friends, closing schools and no money for police. The south loop will now suffer with him as alderman.


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