As April and "National Minority Health Month" has come to an end, we should reflect upon what minority health means, and, more importantly, why there is a National Minority Health Month in the first place.
With many TEAM parents now expressing their views on the High School Special Ed TEAM program, here is the view from our family. We simply do not understand why it is such a big deal for TEAM to offer Verbal Behavior ABA option for those parents who wish it.
"A Day in Our Village" is an event organized to provide an opportunity to all residents to celebrate the vitality and the rich advantages of our diverse community, together for one spirited day, and to provide the opportunity to residents' families and friends to come and share this Oak Park experience.
After reading your May 25 editorial in support of the Tax Swap Bill now pending before the Illinois General Assembly ("Best chance to fix schools"), I have to admit that I am still confused as to why this paper supports this bill.
Raymond Kinzie, 74, LaSalle Bank executive, hospital board member Lauretta J. Boale, 81, member at St. Edmund John G. Cadwell, 50, attorney, father of two Ned A. Ochiltree Jr., 85,former resident of River Forest
A farmhouse in the middle of Forest Park? That's exactly what owners Amanda Walker and Carol Brown have created at 1101 Lathrop Ave.â€"and their extensive renovation of the house recently earned them a Forest Park Pride Award.
Oak Parker Stephen Kelley is a preservation architect and structural engineer, so inspecting a building is standard operating procedure for him. That's why, last week, he was planning to take a look at the Tribune Tower's exteriorâ€"by rappelling down the facade, holding disaster at bay with two ropes.
It all started during a night out after a Village Players Theatre play rehearsal last summer, when four female actors realized they shared the same gripe. They all wanted to play meatier women characters.
You may think Ernest Hemingway's Birthplace, restored and operated by the Hemingway Foundation, is a finished project, but actually it's a work in progress. Photos of three paintings done by Hemingway's maternal grandmother, Caroline Hancock Hall?#34;enlarged to their original dimensions and framed by Paul Hamer of Frame Warehouse?#34;have just been added to the home's collection.