To welcome the new fall season, Wednesday Journal, Forest Park Review and Riverside-Brookfield Landmark present the 2011 Fall Fun special advertising section, packed with exciting fall events and specials from local businesses.
A wonderfully innovative website that injects a little laughter into our days. Sarah Fielding launched MyMomMemories.com, a website dedicated to saving the touching and hilarious things our kids say. How can you resist?
Austin neighborhood community leaders and residents walked the walk during the Building a Healthier Chicago Austin Initiative - 5k Walk for Health Across Austin on Sept. 24. It was a rainy day, but many walkers came out to support building a healthier Austin.
In the market stalls in Cairo’s old city, Egyptologist Ahmed Bekheet called my attention to El Shabrawy, a stand offering falafel, the fried grain balls that I’ve praised at Oak Park restaurants like Jerusalem Café and the soon-to-be-opened Falafill.
Community Bank of Oak Park River Forest is pleased to announce that Campaign for a Drug Free Westside Inc. (CFDFW) is the recipient of Community Bank's Champion Grant. The purpose of the Champion Grant is to assist organizations in providing community outreach programs for low or moderate income individuals.
IMP.A.C.T.'s Teen Substance Abuse Awareness through Art Contest offers a great opportunity for aspiring young artists to express their views about the dangers of substance use and addiction. The contest asks that students currently enrolled in 6th, 7th or 8th grade in any Oak Park or River Forest school, create an original advertisement or piece of art that celebrates healthy choices and substance-free living or depicts the risks and/or dangers of smoking, drug use and/or alcohol use.