In 2016, Englewood hosted a meet-up of more than 100 graffiti artists.

Their “Absolute Freedom” project can be found along 59th Street between Damen and Western avenues.

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During the "Great Migration" the area became a hotspot for jazz music.

It is linked to cultural and social advances such as the Civil Rights movement, Negro League Baseball and Black History Month.

But in reality, the neighborhood predates the city’s original community area system.

In 1886, a real estate developer purchased land in what was then considered a suburb of the city to create a new subdivision.

Evanston is Chicago's lakefront suburban neighbor to the north.

It is the focal point of a group of suburban communities known as the "North Shore." Home to Northwestern University, Evanston has always retained the distinctive character of a quaint university town despite its bustling, urban central business district and a population of 75,000.

The former Central Park—renamed in 1881 after the assassination of President Garfield—features a gold-domed field house and the stunning Garfield Park Conservatory.

South Park—renamed Douglas Park after Senator Stephen A.

Due to its affluent past, Bronzeville contains some of Chicago's most distinguished residential architecture and one of the largest concentrations of historic mansions in the city.