- Washington PostOct 02 04:21 AM
Many German communities have been generous to the influx of refugees, but tensions are rising.
- Chicago TribuneSep 23 03:12 AM
Preparation, repairs and maintenance to Douglas Park stemming from Riot Fest this month cost organizers about $180,000, a festival representative said Tuesday in a statement. Fixes to the West Side park, which was transformed into a muddy mess after rains, will be done within three weeks, according...
- Chicago TribuneSep 14 06:45 AM
Riot Fest weekend was once again about success and failure, great music and an event that could use some weather luck. The Douglas Park venue was new but the story was the same as last year, taking in tunes while ankle-deep in mud.
- Minneapolis-St. Paul Star TribuneOct 03 04:27 PM
Metro cops stock up for safety.
- ABC NewsSep 16 07:19 AM
Comes as Hungary has strengthened its restrictions against refugees.
- Fox NewsSep 27 03:11 AM
Israeli riot police briefly clashed with young Palestinian protesters at Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site early Sunday, raising tensions ahead of a major Jewish holiday. No injuries or arrests were reported.
- Chicago TribuneSep 11 10:05 AM
Riot Fest kicked off its second decade in Chicago on Friday with a new home on the West Side and a few hiccups.
- Chicago TribuneSep 14 02:03 PM
Repairs following a rainy Riot Fest that transformed areas of Douglas Park into ankle-deep mud could cost $100,000, according to initial estimates by an alderman whose ward includes part of the park.
- Chicago TribuneSep 08 02:24 PM
Riot Fest is slated to debut Friday in its new home of Douglas Park on the West Side after a hospital dropped its lawsuit Tuesday seeking to keep the festival out of the park.
- Chicago TribuneSep 08 02:27 PM
Mike Petryshyn runs the biggest independent rock festival in the city, but the ideal of providing a consistent home for Riot Fest has proven elusive.