Posts Tagged ‘chicago’
The Art Institute’s astounding collection of prints and drawings deserves a closer look.
(Chicago Magazine, November 2007)
For progressive Democrats, fixing the electoral system is job number one.
(Mother Jones, June 21, 2005)
A recent proposal to build a hotel at Indiana Dunes State Park reminded advocates and users just how much they love the place — and that they’ll always have to defend it.
(Chicago Wilderness, Fall 2006)
Commentary: Democrats musn’t let Rod Blagojevich get the last laugh with his Senate appointment.
(BuzzFlash, January 28, 2009)
Commentary: America lost one of its finest writers and greatest humanitarians with the death of Studs Terkel.
(BuzzFlash, November 10, 2008)
An Illinois initiative to prevent violence against women releases its findings today. The program fosters new connections among people working on issues that don’t ordinarily come together. Sixth in our “Dangerous Trends, Innovative Responses” series.
(Women’s eNews, September 11, 2007)
AIDS continues to kill a disproportionate number of women of color. A recent gathering in Chicago brought together activists trying to break through cultural barriers when it comes to educating women about reproductive health.
(Women’s eNews, June 25, 2007)