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Yearly Archives: 2019

Sandoval Expresa su Oposición a la Pregunta de la Ciudadanía en el Censo de EE. UU.

Sandoval Expresa su Oposición a la Pregunta de la Ciudadanía en el Censo de EE. UU.

El Senador Estatal Martin aA Sandoval (D-Chicago) elogió la decisión del Fiscal General Kwame Raoul del lunes, de presentar un breve a nombre del estado de Illinois oponiéndose a la… Read more »

La Alcaldesa Electa Lightfoot Anuncia Copresidentes del Equipo de Transición

La Alcaldesa Electa Lightfoot Anuncia Copresidentes del Equipo de Transición

La Alcaldesa electa, Lori Lightfoot, anunció el miércoles, vía su red, su equipo de transición de liderazgo, incluyendo los copresidents de transición el Presidente Unido de Chicago y la CEO… Read more »

Empleada de Community Savings Bank se Retira Después de 40 Años de Servicio

Empleada de Community Savings Bank se Retira Después de 40 Años de Servicio

Debbie Wieczorek se retiró de Community Savings Bank el 1º de abril. Era una de muchos empleados con mucho tiempo trabajando en el banco. Wieczored empezó a trabajar en Community… Read more »

Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Leadership

Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Leadership

Golden Apple, a leading Illinois nonprofit committed to recognizing exemplary educators and developing future educators, surprised Joshua Long, principal of Southside Occupational Academy in Chicago, with the Golden Apple Award for… Read more »

Wicker Park Bucktown Wellness Days

Wicker Park Bucktown Wellness Days

Dozens of health and lifestyle vendors come together for the Wicker Park Bucktown Wellness Days presented by the Wicker Park Bucktown Chamber of Commerce on Saturdays, April 13 and 20… Read more »

Promoting a Safe and Peaceful Summer

Promoting a Safe and Peaceful Summer

The Chicago Fund for Safe and Peaceful Communities announced its fourth round of community-focused grantmaking, which has shown that providing immediate summertime grants on the South and West sides can contribute… Read more »

Lori Lightfoot Makes History

Lori Lightfoot Makes History

By: Ashmar Mandou Chicago made history electing former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot, defeating Toni Preckwinkle in a runoff for Chicago mayor Tuesday. Lightfoot will be the first openly gay person… Read more »

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe to Offer Free Lenten Concert

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe to Offer Free Lenten Concert

A special Lenten concert will take place on Friday, April 5 at 7 p.m., in the St. Joseph Chapel at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, 1170 North River… Read more »

Alejandro Sanz Kicks-Off #LaGira Tour

Alejandro Sanz Kicks-Off #LaGira Tour

Acclaimed artist Alejandro Sanz announced the first dates of #LaGira in the U.S. The U.S. dates will be the first international stops of #LaGira, where Alejandro Sanz will perform his… Read more »

John Leguizamo’s Latin History for Morons Announces North American Tour

John Leguizamo’s Latin History for Morons Announces North American Tour

Following its Tony-nominated hit Broadway run at Studio 54 seen by tens of thousands, The WOW Agency announced that Tony Award winner John Leguizamo’s one-man play LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS… Read more »