Archive for May 2013

The Day After Memorial Day

Yesterday, we took pause to remember the lives of those who have served our nation in uniform and paid the ultimate price. We recalled their families and the sacrifice they had to make for the sake of our entire nation. What about today? We head back to work today, going on about our business, feeling... Read more »

Wrigley Field means more to Chicagoans than the victims of gun violence

Twenty-three-year-old Pierre Howlett, 27-year-old Darrin Rodgers and 19-year-old Tytrell Jackson were all shot at killed on the evening of Tuesday, April 30th and the early hours of Wednesday, May 1st. Seventeen other people were shot across the city over a 10 hour period of violence city-wide. The return of summer-like weather meant many more gang members... Read more »