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The fashion industry utilizes commercials to attract consumers and promote its products to generate gross sales. A few decades ago when expertise was nonetheless underdeveloped, advertisements closely relied on radio, magazines, billboards, and newspapers. These days, there are more varied ways in ads such as tv adverts, online-based advertisements using […]

CHICAGO — Please stop making threats against Chicago Teachers Union executive board member Sarah Chambers. Instead, be thankful the high school teacher pushed fearmongering propaganda about the reopening of public schools during the coronavirus crisis while visiting a buddy in Puerto Rico for the holidays. [COMMENTARY] Commonsense Chicagoans need people […]

Early autumn with Lake Michigan in the foreground and skyscrapers of Chicago skyline in the … [+] background, Illinois getty When will this all be over and when will travel be safe again? These are questions that are top of mind for many of us as we navigate a new […]

PARIS — Judy Chicago is back for a second collaboration with Dior – and this time, you can walk away with it. The artist designed the monumental set for Maria Grazia Chiuri’s spring haute couture show in January: a tent shaped like a goddess figure, filled with 21 banners embroidered […]

The following is a transcript of an interview with Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot that aired Sunday, August 16, 2020, on “Face the Nation.” MARGARET BRENNAN: We go now to Chicago, where protests turned violent late yesterday. At least 17 officers were injured and 24 people were arrested. Mayor Lori Lightfoot […]

Chicago Public Schools and Mayor Lori Lightfoot were expected to announce Wednesday morning an all-remote learning plan to start the school year amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a move that could avert a potential Chicago Teachers Union strike, sources said. The switch to an all-remote learning plan could come as […]

CHICAGO — For days and weeks this month, mailboxes have gone empty across Chicago. Folks cussed out postal clerks. Aldermen fielded telephone complaints. U.S. Rep. Daniel Lipiniski wrote a letter to the U.S. Postal Service demanding a “thorough investigation” and “corrective action” to make mail delivery regular again in Mount […]

CHICAGO — Most Chicago children would return to the classroom two days a week and spend the other three days learning remotely once the school year begins, under a tentative plan outlined Friday. Chicago Public Schools officials called the hybrid approach a preliminary framework and asked parents, students and staff […]