Valentine’s Day Legend to Celebration

Valentine’s Day Legend to Celebration

Valentine’s Day is a day many people revere as one for lovers. Places across the world and all across the United States gear up for the special day to exchange gifts, flowers, and candy for their loved ones. The history behind the day named after Saint Valentine dates all the way to the ancient Roman […]

Chicago Vocational High School Restoration Could Lead to Renewed Status

Chicago Vocational High School Restoration Could Lead to Renewed Status

Some Chicago Vocational High School alumni say the school they once attended “is in a state of despair.” While enrollment decreases, they are hopeful that establishing the school as an official landmark could save the building, along with the South Side community. Chicago Vocational High School’s Origin The school sits as a grand structure in […]

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month originally started as just one day to recognize the significant contributions the First Americans made to the establishment and growth of the United States. The efforts to gain one day of recognition turned into a whole month. One of the first to incorporate American Indian Day was Dr. Arthur C. Parker […]

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