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Chicago Kitchen Incubator Will Be More Than Just a Place to Cook

GPCC's Angela Taylor is featured in the story about the impact The Hatchery will have.

Announcing The Hatchery - a new food incubator for Garfield Park

Mayor Emanuel announces development of The Hatchery in Garfield Park.

CBS2 TV piece on the opening of The Hatchery

The GPCC's Angela Taylor is interviewed in a CBS2 news piece on the announcement of The Hatchery on July 11, 2017.

Enrolling in energy savings programs

Housing Counselor LaShone Kelly talks about the benefits of enrolling in energy education and savings programs.

Food Business Incubator Planned for Garfield Park

http://www.austinweeklynews.com/News/Articles/12-7-2016/Food-business-incubator-planned-for-Garfield-Park/

CBS2 TV interview with GPCC Wellness Coordinator Angela Taylor

CBS 2 in Chicago interviews GPCC Wellness Coordinator Angela Taylor about Garfield Park Community Gardens and the Neighborhood Market.

Chicago Parent Magazine on the GPCC's Neighborhood Market

Chicago Parent blog on the GPCC's Neighborhood Market

NBC5 Television Interview with GPCC Wellness Coordinator Angela Taylor

NBC5 TV interviews GPCC Wellness Coordinator and Chicago Dept.of Health  Director about the benefits of PlayStreets.

Chicago Tribune: Meet the Musical Kelly Family

Meet the incredibly talented family of GPCC Housing Specialist LaShone Kelly

Chicago Tribune - Residents Get Behind $1 City Lot Program

GPCC Executive Director Mike Tomas talks about the success of the Large Lots Program in East Garfild Park.

Flower, Food Gardens Bloom at Millennium Park

Community leaders Angela Taylor and Christie Webber are interviewed by ABC7's Frank Mathie about Garfield Park's contributions to the gardens at Millennium Park.

Big Data + Large Lots = Fast Start for City Program

GPCC Board Member Marie Cole talks with LISC Chicago about the City's Large Lots Program as it comes to Garfield Park. 

East Garfield Park $1 Lot Program Begins July 1 2014

$1 Lot Program begins July 1 in East Garfield Park.  

City's vacant adjacent lot purchase program coming to Garfield Park

The City of Chicago talks about the success of its pilot program to sell vacant lots for $1 to adjacent homeowners.   The program is expanding to Garfield Park in July.  

Chicago Artists Month: October 25-27, 2013

Chicago Artist Month: October 2013

What started as one Garfield Park garden blooms into so much more

What started as one Garfield Park garden blooms into so much more

Garfield Council Aims for Safer Kedzie

Question: How do you announce to the neighborhood that an inner-city commercial corner with a dicey reputation is now safe for strolling and shopping?

Answer: With music … lots of music, plus crowds of people blissed-out on R&B, pop, funk, jazz and gospel.

Green Tie Event: New Community Greenhouse in West Garfield Park

Green Tie Event: New Community Greenhouse in West Garfield Park

Local Youth, Musicians begin a cultural exchange between Chicago’s West Side and Youth, Artists and Musicians in Santo Andre, Brazil

Local Youth, Musicians begin a cultural exchange between Chicago’s West Side and Youth, Artists and Musicians in Santo Andre, Brazil

March 22, 2012

New Mural Project Concludes: NCP Continues to Beautify the Community

Rishona Taylor, New Communities Program, works with area teens to complete new mural at Van Buren and California. 

White House Award for Safer Foundation

Diane Williams, CEO of East Garfield Park's Safer Foundation, was awarded a Champion of Change recipient for the organization's innovative and proven programs supporting formerly incarcerated individuals.

Neighborhood Stabilization: 1 Year Later A Year in the Life of a Foreclosure Rehab

Over the past year and a half, Melvin Bailey, head of the Community Male Empowerment Project, has been working as a developer under the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, a federal program to rehab foreclosed or vacant properties.  Read about CMEP's progress in East Garfield Park as reported on Chicago Tonight.

Susana Vasquez Named LISC/Chicago Executive Director

Susana Vazquez takes the reins at LISC Chicago. 

Residents, city officials give problem liquor store the boot, encourage healthy foods in East Garfield Park

Local residents take a stand to oust troubled liquor store.

Known for Edna's, intersection attracts CVS

When the GPCA’s “Retail and Urban Design Plan” was published in 2007, Madison and Kedzie was identified as a prime intersection for new commercial development. Little did the plan’s authors know their efforts would result in the successful attraction of a national pharmacy retailer.

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