It’s been an honor to write about amazing Chicagoans.
What Angela Lansbury said is a bunch of royal horse manure.
War may take the enlisted, but it kills off a part of their loved ones, too.
If you really look at these #NoMakeup selfies, you’ll notice that while there isn’t makeup, there’s also nary an uncoiffed eyebrow in the bunch.
Generations of Southeast Siders learned to swim at the South Chicago Y and belonged to the swim teams. Boxing was big, too. This was a busy place.
Younger generations, who will have grown up on children’s literature with diverse stories and characters, will demand the same once they are adults.
The childhood diseases that vaccinations curtail weren’t easy to endure. Children got very sick. Children died.
All that people need to understand, he says, is “how beautiful it is to do something for someone else. It saves your life.”
We spend so much time rushing ahead. Maybe like James Taylor we need to put some effort into looking at where we’ve been.
ONTIVEROS: We’ve long been in a situation with the U.S. immigration system where we rip apart families on pretty much a daily basis.
I like the idea of people deciding they’re going to celebrate our country’s independence shoulder-to-shoulder with strangers.
SUE ONTIVEROS: Play leads to learning. What positive lessons these girls are learning from the dolls and their books.
ONTIVEROS: Anyone who’s been to a wedding in the last decade knows what I’m talking about. On YouTube they’re billed as “surprise” wedding dances.
I felt I had to really have my wits about me. Now all the cool moms (like Claire Dunphy on “Modern Family”) drink.