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Mariah Rush

Staff Reporter
My Block My Hood My City kicked off its youth-led tour program on Wednesday. Tours run every Saturday throughout the summer in North Lawndale.
The Amateur City Elite brings together primarily Black aspiring professional baseball players, and Johnson helped them put a creative spin on Juneteenth. “I thought [they] did a really good job of thinking out of the box,” he said.
In celebration of the holiday, the Juneteenth Jumpoff, an annual cabaret-burlesque show, takes the stage on two nights — Tuesday and Wednesday — at the Baton Show Lounge and the Den Theatre, and allows Black performers to express themselves for “Jubilee Day.”
Since the first reported case on March 7, over 30,000 vaccines have been administered, primarily to migrants in shelters.
In January, a Yellow Banana executive promised the city his company would improve after multiple delays opening stores in underserved South and West side communities.
The motto of the Wellington-Oakdale Old Glory Marching Society’s Parade is, “Everybody marches, nobody (just) watches.”
Cualquier frustración es bienvenida después de clase en GLOW: Trauma-Informed Mentoring for Girls. “Este club es el único en el que podemos expresarnos”, dice una niña mientras sus compañeras crean un “jardín zen”.
Any frustration is welcome after school at GLOW: Trauma-Informed Mentoring for Girls. “This club is the only one we can express ourselves in,” one youth said while the girls create a “zen garden.”
The Northwest Center plans a “healthy housing” workshop for residents Saturday at Belmont-Cragin School.