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Yearly Archives: 2019

Mayor Lightfoot Announces $40 Million in Funding to Enhance HIV Services and ‘Getting to Zero’ Efforts

Mayor Lightfoot Announces $40 Million in Funding to Enhance HIV Services and ‘Getting to Zero’ Efforts

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) have awarded almost $40 million to over 40 organizations to accelerate progress on Getting to Zero (GTZ) Illinois, a… Read more »

Tips for Staying Healthy during Flu Season

Tips for Staying Healthy during Flu Season

Every year the flu sickens millions of Americans, hospitalizes hundreds of thousands, and kills tens of thousands.  Catching the flu can be as easy as standing in line next to… Read more »

Chicago’s Violence Linked to Social Isolation, Hypervigilance and Chronic Health Problems, New Studies Show

Chicago’s Violence Linked to Social Isolation, Hypervigilance and Chronic Health Problems, New Studies Show

Exposure to violence can negatively impact a person’s physical and psychosocial health, according to two new studies co-authored by University of Chicago Medicine social epidemiologist Elizabeth L. Tung, MD. The… Read more »

McCafé Introduces Single-Origin Roast Coffee at McDonald’s Locations

McCafé Introduces Single-Origin Roast Coffee at McDonald’s Locations

Today, McDonald’s of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana will begin serving a new McCafé brew – 100 percent Colombian Medium Roast – available exclusively in restaurants throughout the Chicagoland and Northwestern… Read more »

Sixth Annual Lit & Luz Festival, ‘Movement,’ Looks at Migration, Social Movements, and Bodies in Motion

Sixth Annual Lit & Luz Festival, ‘Movement,’ Looks at Migration, Social Movements, and Bodies in Motion

MAKE Literary Productions is proud to present the sixth annual Lit & Luz Festival of Language, Literature, and Art October 12-19, 2019, at venues throughout Chicago.  The only US cultural festival to feature… Read more »

Hispanic Heritage Month Series: ComEd CEO Joe Dominguez

Hispanic Heritage Month Series: ComEd CEO Joe Dominguez

By: Ashmar Mandou At the helm of one of the most diverse and leading companies, ComEd CEO Joe Dominguez is in charge of powering the lives of more than four… Read more »

‘Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary’ Debuts at Goodman Theatre

‘Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary’ Debuts at Goodman Theatre

Goodman Theatre and the Chicago Latino Theater Alliance (CLATA) presents the Midwest premiere of Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary, written and performed by L.A.-based artist Marissa Chibas, October 8 -13…. Read more »

Chicago Earns Top Travel Honor

Chicago Earns Top Travel Honor

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and Choose Chicago announced that for the third year in a row the readers of Condé Nast Traveler have voted Chicago as the best big city… Read more »

Millennium Park Announces Newly-Commissioned Sculpture Exhibitions by Two Chicago-Based Artists

Millennium Park Announces Newly-Commissioned Sculpture Exhibitions by Two Chicago-Based Artists

The Millennium Park Foundation and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events are pleased to announce two new sculpture exhibitions located in the Boeing Galleries North and South. The… Read more »

Berwyn Police Department to Hold Roadside Safety

Berwyn Police Department to Hold Roadside Safety

The Berwyn Police Department will be issuing additional citations in the overnight hours.  This campaign will feature high visibility enforcement combined with a variety of outreach activities including additional law… Read more »