Chicago Prepares for Lollapalooza as COVID Cases Rise

Chicago Prepares for Lollapalooza as COVID Cases Rise

Fears of rapidly rising coronavirus cases — both nationwide and locally — have some residents concerned about the upcoming festival in Chicago.  Lollapalooza is set to begin in Grant Park on Thursday, July 29, 2021. Crews began setting up the scaffolding and main stage for the extensive festival on July 23. Lollapalooza gates will open […]

Chicagoan Dwayne Bryant Wins the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award

Chicagoan Dwayne Bryant Wins the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award

Every year the FBI awards the Director’s Community Leadership Award (DCLA) to worthy men and women who make a difference in the cities where they live. Since 1990, the agency has honored individuals and organizations for their efforts in combating crime, terrorism, drugs, and violence in America. The awardee of the Chicago Division’s award for […]

Senate to Amend Military Selective Service Registration to Include Women

Senate to Amend Military Selective Service Registration to Include Women

Since its inception, women have fought in this country’s wars — based on stories passed down generationally and ample evidence since WWII.  Yet, it was not until 2016 the military opened up combat jobs to women. The next logical step is to require them to join men 18-25 in being required to register with the […]

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