Free violin lessons in South Shore and a youth choir in Lawndale are part of a partnership between Merit School of Music and Chicago Youth Centers.
A version of “fidget spinner” topped the list of potentially dangerous toys; one version with high lead levels has been pulled at Target.
CPS will add the students’ chicken-and-rice entree with a side of toasted corn and carrot relish to the school’s lunch menu.
Students must create a meal that has between 550 and 650 calories and uses only fruits, vegetables, and spices for flavor — no sugar or salt.
About 200 people commemorated Armistice Day here, while millions briefly paused in Britain and France to mark the 99th anniversary of the end of WWI.
Second City workers will vote at the theater complex, 1616 N. Wells St., on Nov. 17 and 18.
On Nov. 5, Mattig took home the title of “Master Main Winner” at the 5th Merit Open International Backgammon Championship in North Cyprus.
The strange sight started to become apparent on Friday and was lingering into Sunday; people in high-rises saw it more clearly than at street level.
Camp Douglas, located in Bronzeville during the Civil War, was where more than 40,000 Union Army soldiers trained and Confederate prisoners were held.
The administration announced in August funding for advertising for Affordable Care Act enrollment would be cut from $100M in 2017, to $10M in 2018.
Weaving through the graves at Graceland Cemetery on Tuesday, Albert Walavich led a tour of the grounds, where tombstones date back to the early 1800s.
“We’re here because CPS sees fit to try to balance its budget on the backs of special education students,” said parent Terri Smith.
The company’s 150-plus corporate employees are currently scattered across Chicago area, at offices in Skokie, Lake Zurich, and downtown.
The Chicago Police Department will give an exam in December, the second one this year and the fourth in six years.