Articles By Pascal Sabino
‘Kids Who Suffer Trauma Can Become Our Future Leaders’: West Side Teens Score Scholarships, Leadership Awards
"Kids who suffer trauma can become our future leaders,'' says one award winner.
West Side Art Walk Showcases Wealth Of Talent: ‘If We Don’t Have Cultural Amenities Here, We Can Create Them’
"This really is a way for us to activate a new narrative of the West Side from an arts and culture platform," said an event organizer.
"We've all been affected by trauma," says a therapist and conference organizer.
"We hope that the VeggieRx program can serve as a model for helping people change their eating habits."
Polluting Asphalt Plant In McKinley Park Surprised Local Leaders, Now A State Bill Requires State EPA To Warn Them
When MAT Asphalt came to McKinley Park in 2018, neighbors and city officials said they had no idea it was coming or that it would be applying for a pollution permit.
The IEPA denied its application in February, and residents like Kate Moser are growing increasingly concerned about the dust blowing off of asphalt trucks leaving the plant.