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An exhibition at the Field Museum shows items from its founding collection that date to 1893 Fair that brought Chicago to the world and the world to Chicago.
During the holidays, food donations are especially important. Learn about the agencies collecting food items this season. Also, read about the Homeless Bill of Rights and how Illinois is the second state to pass this legislation which many say “just makes common sense.” Read this week’s cover stories by clicking the links below: Holidays, an[...]
Please enjoy this special edition of StreetWise magazine. Every year, we put together our Chicago Annual Non-Profit Guide so that our readers may become more familiar with non-profits of the area and learn about all the wonderful things that they do to help those in need. We hope you will read about a cause that[...]
The “Learn to Work and Work to Learn: Creating Career Pathways for Evanston’s Opportunity Youth” Conference on October 25, sponsored by Evanston150, aims to set a national standard for postsecondary youth, whether they go to a two-year or four-year college or get a job skills certificate. Read this week’s cover story by clicking the links[...]
Among the finalists for this year’s Chicago Innovation Awards are programs that help people of all income levels, from urban agriculture to youth education in IT to better ways to donate. Read this week’s cover story by clicking the links below: Growing the city by telling stories of successful entrepreneurs Also enjoy our the feature[...]
At the Annual Breakfast with the Mayor, Emanuel announces that domestic violence victims are to receive new shelter and courtroom advocacy. Read this week’s cover story by clicking the links below: Annual Breakfast with the Mayor: Domestic violence victims to receive new shelter and court advocacy Also enjoy our the feature stories from the rest[...]
As Evanston celebrates its 150th birthday, the city looks forward not back with its “Ten Ideas” initiative. Learn how they are making the city an even better place to live and work. Read this week’s cover story by clicking the links below: Evanston’s 150th looks ahead with 10 big ideas: Career pathways for youth summit[...]
The Chicago Music Summit – an inaugural event – seeks to boost the local music economy with classes on technology, trends and networking locally and nationally. Hear what Keynote speaker, Common, has to say about it. Read this week’s cover story by clicking the links below: Music summit looks to improve Chicago economy Also enjoy[...]
In this week’s issue, Actor Danny Glover headlines a Chicago fundraiser for Shared Interest, a non-profit that brings economic power to South Africans. Read this week’s cover stories by clicking the links below: Freedom is not freedom without economic justice Shared Interest brings economic power to South Africans Also enjoy our the feature stories from[...]