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Monthly Archives: September 2017

More than Meets the Eye: Nature Museum Unveils Hidden Science

More than Meets the Eye: Nature Museum Unveils Hidden Science

Summer is coming to a close, but backyard exploration can now continue comfortably through winter. The Chicago Academy of Sciences/Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum is excited to offer families and children… Read more »

Town of Cicero Breaks Ground on New Warehouse

Town of Cicero Breaks Ground on New Warehouse

Town President Larry Dominick welcomed Bridge Partners which purchased and is building a new warehouse, distribution and manufacturing center at 1531 S. 54th Avenue in Cicero’s industrial zone. Bridge Development… Read more »

McDonald’s Participates in Fiestas Patrias

McDonald’s Participates in Fiestas Patrias

The McDonald’s Hispanic Owner-Operators Association (better known as MHOA) joined in the celebrations of the long awaited Mexican Independence Day festivities this year with a tour through the Chicagoland area… Read more »

Chicago Grandmother Facing Deportation Sues DHS

Chicago Grandmother Facing Deportation Sues DHS

By: Ashmar Mandou Chicago grandmother and long-time immigration activist Genoveva Ramirez sued the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) earlier this week to petition its immigration service review a long-pending visa… Read more »

How to Remove Tick and Prevent Future Bites

How to Remove Tick and Prevent Future Bites

As tick populations grow and spread across the country, their prevalence is increasing the public’s risk for some troubling diseases. Of these diseases, say dermatologists from the American Academy of… Read more »

Goodman Theatre Announces ‘Criticism in a Changing America,’ Boot Camp for Journalists

Goodman Theatre Announces ‘Criticism in a Changing America,’ Boot Camp for Journalists

Goodman Theatre invites emerging theater writers and critics to apply for its new “boot camp” intensive experience—“Criticism in a Changing America”—designed to develop journalists’ understanding of how plays live in… Read more »

Study: Longer maternity leave lowers risk of postpartum depression

Study: Longer maternity leave lowers risk of postpartum depression

The risk of developing postpartum depression may be higher in those who take shorter maternity leave, according to a new study. Postpartum depression affects about 13 percent of new moms,… Read more »

Free Day at Field Museum

Free Day at Field Museum

Picked up a rock that looks suspiciously like a dinosaur fossil? Snapped a photo of a bright blue bird that you can’t identify? Your annual chance to get a world-renowned… Read more »

Record Visitors for EXPO Chicago

Record Visitors for EXPO Chicago

The City of Chicago welcomed more than 100,000 visitors from around the world to Chicago for several premier arts and design events. For its second edition, the Chicago Architecture Biennial… Read more »

New Report: Illinois health plans deny coverage of mental health, addiction care

New Report: Illinois health plans deny coverage of mental health, addiction care

Despite ongoing mental health and addiction crises, Illinois treatment providers responding to a recent survey report frequent claims denials and other barriers to coverage, according to a new report released… Read more »