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Tag Results for "Hispanic Chicago News"

Illinois Groups Receiving Obamacare Funds Serve Mostly Undocumented Residents

Almost everyone involved with Obamacare in Illinois insist undocumented residents won’t receive health insurance subsidies or be eligible for Medicaid. continue reading »

Chicago’s Bloody Father’s Day Weekend: 7 Dead, 41 Shot – Youngest Victim Latino Teen

Chicago had a bloody Father’s Day weekend with 7 dead and 41 shot including a Latino teen, who was the weekends youngest victim. continue reading »

Chicago’s Fisk and Crawford Coal Plants to Close in September

The Chicago Clean Power Coalition released the following statement. Midwest Generation is accelerating the closure of two of the nation’s oldest and dirtiest coal plants, saying both the Fisk plant in Pilsen continue reading »

Teatro Luna Presents ‘Living Large in a Mini Kind of Way’ by Diane Rodriguez

Living Large in a Mini Kind of Way, a new work by one of the top Latina artists of the American Theatre Diane Rodriguez, launches a new adventure for Teatro Luna—a firm commitment to producing single-author plays in addition to their trademark devised projects. continue reading »

Madigan Sues E-Book Publishers for Price Fixing

Attorney General Alleges Book Publishers and Apple Conspired to Overcharge Consumers for E-book Bestsellers. Attorney General Lisa Madigan today joined 15 other states in a lawsuit against three bo continue reading »

Chicago Police Announce Consolidations and More Police on Street

The consolidations mark the first major change in District structure in more than 30 years, and optimizes beat formations to meet the growing needs of communities across the city. continue reading »

Mayor Emanuel Announces New Sustainability-Focused Twitter Feed and Web Page

Continues Commitment to Promoting Sustainability For All Chicagoans. The Office of Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced that it would launch a new sustainability webpage and Twitter account, continue reading »

Chicago Ward Map Proposal Would Give Hispanics 4 More Seats, Kick 2 Sitting Ald. Out

Aldermen Nicholas Sposato and Toni Foulkes could be facing an uncertain political future if a Chicago ward map proposal presented by the City Council's Latino Caucus is accepted. continue reading »

City Beaches Closed Due to Fog - Check Today if Reopened

All but one of the city of Chicago's beaches were closed today due to the poor visibility from the low laying fog. The only beach open to swimmers was the 12th Street beach. City beaches were technically opened but no one was allowed to enter the water to swim. The low laying fog caused by the extreme heat makes it difficult for life guards to see who is in the water and what is happening, therefore making it an unsafe situation. continue reading »

National Restaurant Association Call for Mixologists to Shake It Up At Star of the Bar Competition

Winner to be Crowned Live at Restaurants Rock! and Receive a $5,000 Cash Prize. The National Restaurant Association invites professional and amateur mixologists to step out from behind the bar and into the spotlight for the Star of the Bar competition continue reading »

New Little Village Chamber of Commerce Sees Challenges, Remain Optimistic

Four months ago, the entire Little Village Chamber of Commerce staff walked out, but these days, the new three-person team is exciting about their new ideas thought they acknowledge that tough road that lays before them. continue reading »

CULTURE: (Logan Square) New Museum Opens

There is a new museum opening up in the Logan Square neighborhood and it’s not typical in any way. The Busy Beaver Button Museum at 3279 W. Armitage Avenue is dedicated to pinback buttons with a message and showcases continue reading »