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Strategies for Helping Distressed Young People Become More Resilient

Strategies for Helping Distressed Young People Become More Resilient

Is the United States facing an epidemic of lost and distressed youth who struggle to handle the daily challenges of life? Statistics say yes. The suicide rate for young people… Read more »

Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Chicago Receives Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence™

Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Chicago Receives Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence™

For the sixth consecutive year, Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) Chicago has been recognized as a top center in the country for providing quality breast cancer care by the National… Read more »

Red Cross Offers Ways to Stay Safe During Winter

Red Cross Offers Ways to Stay Safe During Winter

Winter weather poses unique challenges to people faced with bitter cold, snow and ice. The American Red Cross has steps you should take to stay safe if you are in… Read more »

Protecting Pets from Dangerous Winter Conditions

Protecting Pets from Dangerous Winter Conditions

The onset of dangerously cold, adverse weather conditions for the Chicago metropolitan area require action from pet owners. The Chicago Veterinary Medical Association provides the following guidelines for the public… Read more »

Museum of Science and Industry Offers Free Entry to Government Workers

Museum of Science and Industry Offers Free Entry to Government Workers

Recently, MSI is expanding access to the Museum, offering free entry for all U.S. government employees – plus two guests – who are furloughed or working without pay. To access… Read more »

First Bites Bash

First Bites Bash

By: Ashmar Mandou Escape the frigid temperatures with a feast of exotic cuisine from around the city. First Bites Bash returns Thursday, Jan. 24th at the Field Museum for a… Read more »

It’s Showtime, Chicago! Will Officially Launch the Year of Chicago Theater

It’s Showtime, Chicago! Will Officially Launch the Year of Chicago Theater

The Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) and the League of Chicago Theatres are pleased to announce “It’s Showtime, Chicago” – a kickoff event for the Year of… Read more »

Possible American Hostages in China

Possible American Hostages in China

By Daniel Nardini The United States has made a formal request under an extradition treaty with Canada for Huawei Technologies Corporation Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou. Wanzhou has been accused… Read more »

Honey Balsamic and Lemon Brussels Sprout Chicken with Goa

Honey Balsamic and Lemon Brussels Sprout Chicken with Goa

Ingredients Creamy Goat Cheese Polenta * 1 1/2 cups milk * 1 cup dry polenta * 2 tablespoons butter * 4 ounces goat cheese * salt and pepper Balsamic Chicken… Read more »

En el Aniversario de la Decisión Roe v. Wade, El Gob. Pritzker Concede los Derechos de la Mujer a la Reproducción

En el Aniversario de la Decisión Roe v. Wade, El Gob. Pritzker Concede los Derechos de la Mujer a la Reproducción

EN el 46 aniversario de la decisión Roe v. Wade, el Gobernador JB Pritzker aplicó la acción ejecutiva, haciendo de Illinois el estado más progresivo de la nación para los… Read more »