From the Community
I want to thank first-time candidate Leslie Munger for Illinois State Representative in the 59th District for holding a live telephone town hall conference. The call was very informative and insightful.
A small item that doesn’t cost very much money and that takes three seconds to apply can make a huge impact on a woman’s physical appearance.
Oct. 30 11 a.m. |
I want to know what America has that Transylvania lacks.
“You’ve got everything! Guns, violence, celebrities, rich, homeless, politics, plastic surgery ... it’s very exciting, you know?
Oct. 30 7 a.m. |
More than 400 guests celebrated a quarter of a century of fostering the humanities in Chicago on Oct. 21 at the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago.
If the minimum wage increases, it would hurt Ray Graham Association, as a provider of services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, because they will have to meet the new wage requirements without an increase in funding.
We’ve been debating about making voting easier for citizens and more accurate and secure. Unfortunately, to make the vote count accurate and secure, you have to make it harder to cast a ballot. But making it easier for people to vote opens the doors wide to fraud.
Oct. 27 11 a.m. |
Help Squad: In June I went to make a phone call from my home office and the line was dead, so I decided to call it. A man answered. Upon my asking, he said he had ordered a landline from AT&T that was installed on June 14. He said, “It is my number now,” and hung up.
Oct. 27 11 a.m. |
If my ash tree were a dog, I would sit down with my kids and tell them we’re going to give our tree to a farm family so it can run around with other trees.
Oct. 25 9:30 a.m. |
It was an "Evening to Imagine" at the Kohl Children’s Museum annual fundraiser on Oct. 18 and 400 attendees came out to honor the efforts of The Robert R. McCormick Foundation as well as President and CEO David Hiller.