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March 16, 2017
Helping Our Students

Over 20 bullets are suspended from the ceiling of the Weinberg/ Newton Gallery as part of the exhibit calledChicago-based sculptor Garland Martin Taylor describes his newest piece “Pflight” as “beautiful and ugly at the same.”

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A 25-year-old south suburban man is facing murder charges after his daughter died from injuries he allegedly inflicted on her nearly three years ago.

Cubs fan Caitlin Swieca pledges to donate $10 to a Chicago domestic violence organization every time Cubs pitcher Aroldis Chapman gets a save.

Plenty of teachers go out of their way to help students. High school teacher Michael Kosko is going all the way to Japan in search of new lessons.

Longtime Chicago Cubs fan Caitlin Swieca said she will donate to a local anti-domestic violence organization every time pitcher Aroldis Chapman gets a save. | Provided photo 6 months

Amid a world of convenient Kindles and Nooks, the experience of browsing through stacks of books at a library has not lost its charm.

A team of 15 volunteers from Aurelio’s Pizza partner with Shedd Aquarium for Great Lakes Action Day, a beach cleanup, at 12th Street Beach.

The Summer Brick Party is suitable for both children and adults. MSI After Hours: Brick Bash will be an evening LEGO-themed party for adults.

showmugshot-3 The weeklong exchange program will bring together 24 teachers and students from the U.S. and Japan to learn about and develop “disaster-resilient” solutions for communities around the world. | Toshiba Shoppers browse through six rooms of The Newberry on Thursday during the 32nd annual book fair. Joe Aurelio, president and CEO of Aurelio's Pizza, picks up recyclable waste along 12th Street Beach on Tuesday.
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