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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Madigan: Let Illinois Workers Keep Their Tips

Madigan: Let Illinois Workers Keep Their Tips

Attorney General Lisa Madigan filed comments in opposition to a proposal by the federal government that would rescind a rule protecting hourly workers’ tips. Madigan and the attorneys general from California and… Read more »

Fight for $15

Fight for $15

After the Illinois’ State of the State Address, fast food workers, union members and community activists joined forces at the State Capitol to hold anti-worker politician, Governor Bruce Rauner accountable… Read more »

Cook County Designated “SolSmart Bronze” for Advancing Solar Energy Growth

Cook County Designated “SolSmart Bronze” for Advancing Solar Energy Growth

Cook County has received a Bronze designation from the national SolSmart program for making it faster, easier, and more affordable for homes and businesses to go solar. This designation recognizes… Read more »

CHA’s Work in Section 3 program Prompts HUD to Waive Final Year of Compliance Agreement

CHA’s Work in Section 3 program Prompts HUD to Waive Final Year of Compliance Agreement

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has waived the final year of a five-year agreement with the Chicago Housing Authority because of the agency’s outstanding performance and… Read more »

Travel the World

Travel the World

By: Ashmar Mandou Are you looking for adventure? Do you need help planning your next vacation? Are you in need of inspiration? The Chicago Travel and Adventure Show has you… Read more »

Woman Empowered for Civic Engagement to Hold Judge’s Forum

Woman Empowered for Civic Engagement to Hold Judge’s Forum

Woman Empowered for Civic Engagement will hold a Judge’s Forum on Thursday, February 15, 2018.  Candidates for 2nd Sub- Circuit Court Judge will participate. This Forum will be at the… Read more »

Instituto Cervantes of Chicago to Showcase 16th Chicago Flamenco Festival

Instituto Cervantes of Chicago to Showcase 16th Chicago Flamenco Festival

Flamenco masters return to Instituto Cervantes of Chicago, 31 W. Ohio Street, for its 16th Chicago Flamenco Festival, a multi-week festival celebrating Flamenco music and dance, running February 23 –… Read more »

ComEd Launches New Energy Efficiency Programs for Public Sector and Income-Eligible Customers

ComEd Launches New Energy Efficiency Programs for Public Sector and Income-Eligible Customers

ComEd has introduced new energy efficiency programs to help public sector and income-eligible customers manage their energy use and save on their electric bills. Thanks to the Future Energy Jobs… Read more »

Chicago Auto Show Reveals Social Media Campaign

Chicago Auto Show Reveals Social Media Campaign

The Chicago Auto Show rides in this weekend at McCormick Place, 2301 S. Lake Shore Drive., Chicago beginning February 10th through the 19th. As one of the largest auto shows… Read more »

Hypersonic Weapons

Hypersonic Weapons

By: Daniel Nardini In 1945, the United States invented a weapon that forever changed the world—the atomic bomb. What the United States, China and Russia are doing now may have… Read more »