The free, one-woman show delivers a message of non-violence on Martin Luther King Day.
The play is showing every Saturday and Sunday until March 19 at Filament Theatre, 4041 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Now in its seventh year, it's the largest study of urban wildlife and has amassed 1 million photos.
UCAN, serving youths who have suffered trauma, grew out of St. Pauls as a Civil War orphan asylum.
The museum will be free for Illinois residents on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
"This is on you," U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley counseled students on the president-elect. "This impacts you."
The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum will celebrate its origins as the Chicago Academy of Sciences.
It was a black-and-white Christmas at the zoo with the birth of a new colobus monkey.
"We always talk about violence rising but never talk about the root problems," officials said.
Hair Butterflies will hold a free seminar on lice detection before its Jan. 19 debut.
Here are five stories that shaped one of South Side’s most storied neighborhoods.
Programs run from January-March.
The Irving-Austin Public Library, 6100 W. Irving Park Road, is offering multiple programs in January.
The Sheffield Neighborhood Association mulls a move of the Music Festival & Garden Walk to Trebes Park.
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