Articles By Alex V. Hernandez
As you start your holiday shopping, consider supporting independent retailers and shops.
Albany Park Group Offering Thanksgiving Care Baskets To Families Mourning Relatives Lost To Violence, Coronavirus
The baskets will include food items, knickknacks and sympathy cards. “There’s a lot of need for this in Albany Park,” said Dalia Aragon, Israel’s Gifts of Hope's co-founder.
This free event is for students in third grade and up who are interested in learning more about joining the choir.
“For the people I’m trying to help, food is a real issue,” the nonprofit's founder said. “It's really hard to raise money to keep this going because so many people don’t have jobs.”
The boxes feature an assortment of items from Ravenswood businesses, including everything from handmade prints and pottery to craft beer and coffee beans.
Irving Park Photographer Reboots ‘Front Porch Project,’ Offering Holiday-Themed Family Pictures — From A Safe Distance
With the coronavirus pandemic worsening, Jackie Bravo Vicere wants to help families commemorate the holidays and big life events while encouraging them to stay home.
Two hundred free turkeys will be given to families in need.
"It’s almost meditative," Dan O'Conor said. "Just to go out and do something. To get out of the house."
The dog-friendly area inside Horner Park has been in the works since 2013.