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UniverSoul Circus Plays Chicago

UniverSoul Circus Plays Chicago

A big top spectacle of global proportions, the 2016 production of UniverSoul Circus takes fans of all ages on an unforgettable journey of light, sound and soul. Get ready for… Read more »

Keep the Lights on for “The Exorcist”

Keep the Lights on for “The Exorcist”

FOX Series Premieres Friday, September 23 By Amelia Orozco Twitter: @Amelia_Orozco There is a space in our minds where the horror of The Exorcist has lived since we burned it… Read more »

NALAC Michigan Latinx Arts Summit

NALAC Michigan Latinx Arts Summit

8:30 am – 6:30 pm, October 7, 2016 Ford Resource and Engagement Center (Mercado) 2826 Bagley Ave, Detroit, MI 48216 The NALAC Michigan Latinx Arts Summit is a key opportunity… Read more »

Latino Art Beat

Latino Art Beat

By: Ashmar Mandou There are a plethora of flattering words that could be used to describe Chicago-native Don Rossi Nuccio. Passionate, fascinating, committed, philanthropic, or bold. In actuality, all these… Read more »

New Season, New Style

New Season, New Style

Fall is around the corner, and what better way to embrace the last season of the year than with fresh new hair styles? Celebrity hair stylist, Leonardo Rocco and Suave… Read more »

West Suburban and Chicago Leaders Announce ‘Concert Across America to End Gun Violence’

West Suburban and Chicago Leaders Announce ‘Concert Across America to End Gun Violence’

Days after a West Suburban teen was shot and killed on Chicago’s West Side, a group of residents and non-profit leaders announced a local concert event as part of the… Read more »

Chicago ‘Top City for Cycling’

Chicago ‘Top City for Cycling’

Bicycling magazine awarded the City of Chicago as America’s Best Bike City for 2016 because of its efforts to improve safety for cyclists and invest in bike infrastructure that reaches… Read more »

Larry Dominick Foundation Gives $25,000 Grant to Youth Programs

Larry Dominick Foundation Gives $25,000 Grant to Youth Programs

The Larry Dominick Foundation has made a donation of $25,000 to the Clyde Park District, to be used to support sports and recreation programs for youth in Cicero and neighboring… Read more »

Cicero officials Cut Ribbon on New Park and State-of-the-Art Animal Shelter

Cicero officials Cut Ribbon on New Park and State-of-the-Art Animal Shelter

The Town of Cicero officially cut the ribbon on a new park and state-of-the-art animal shelter at 18th and Laramie during ceremonies attended by more than 200 area residents on… Read more »

Animals at Brookfield Zoo Continue to Benefit from ComEd Browse Program

Animals at Brookfield Zoo Continue to Benefit from ComEd Browse Program

After more than 150 truck deliveries consisting of over 2,100 cubic yards, the collaborative browse program between the Chicago Zoological Society (CZS), which manages Brookfield Zoo, and ComEd, one of… Read more »