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WNDR Museum Unveils Reimagined ‘Love is Calling’ Immersive Experience

WNDR Museum Unveils Reimagined ‘Love is Calling’ Immersive Experience

WNDR Museum, Chicago’s original immersive art and technology experience, located in the city’s West Loop, introduced a reimagined atrium featuring the installation of Yayoi Kusma’s LOVE IS CALLING, alongside a… Read more »

Cooling Center Open During Excessive Heat Wave

Cooling Center Open During Excessive Heat Wave

The Salvation Army Corps Community Centers to operate cooling centers as 90-degree temperatures near 100-heat index are expected until the weekend. As the heat builds, residents should be aware of… Read more »

Cicero Fest Returns

Cicero Fest Returns

By: Ashmar Mandou Cicero Fest returns for its 20th year ready for families to have a memorable weekend at the Cicero Fairgrounds. “We are so excited to see the reactions… Read more »

Pools Open at Chicago Park Districts

Pools Open at Chicago Park Districts

The Chicago Park District is proud to announce the opening of all outdoor and indoor pools for the start of the 2024 summer beaches and pools season due to strong… Read more »

Chicago Latino Caucus Calls Upon the City to End the 60-Day Migrant Exit Policy

Chicago Latino Caucus Calls Upon the City to End the 60-Day Migrant Exit Policy

Courtesy of Chicago Latino Caucus On June 10th, the City’s new arrival shelters began to evict families with children from its shelters, in accordance with the Mayor Johnson’s 60-day Limited… Read more »

West Nile Virus Found in Mosquitos and Birds in 13 Illinois Counties; IDPH Warns Public to “Fight the Bite”

West Nile Virus Found in Mosquitos and Birds in 13 Illinois Counties; IDPH Warns Public to “Fight the Bite”

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is reminding the public that along with the start of summer, mosquito season is underway in Illinois and with that comes the risk… Read more »

Taking Care During Heat Wave

Taking Care During Heat Wave

By: Ashmar Mandou Chicago is facing extreme heat this week as record-breaking high temperatures scorch the country. Heat-related deaths and illnesses can be prevented, but extreme heat still claims the… Read more »

Peters Announces Funding for Chicago Mental Health Clinic

Peters Announces Funding for Chicago Mental Health Clinic

State Senator Robert Peters announced Thresholds mental health center in Chicago has been selected to participate in a federal program designed to expand and improve access to coordinated mental health… Read more »

IDPH Warns Illinoisans to Protect Themselves from Dangerously High Heat

IDPH Warns Illinoisans to Protect Themselves from Dangerously High Heat

With dangerously high levels of heat forecast across the state of Illinois in the coming days, including heat index forecasts approaching 100 degrees, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH)… Read more »

Barbering Certificate Program Coming to Campus this Fall

Barbering Certificate Program Coming to Campus this Fall

Triton College has announced its new Barber Certificate Program, designed to offer students a comprehensive education in the art and science of barbering. The program will begin enrolling students for… Read more »