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November 2011

808s: Youth Empowerment Thru Dance - Holiday Show

808s: Youth Empowerment Thru Dance - Holiday Show 808s:Youth Empowerment thru Dance was created in July, 2011 by four young adults, age 19 -22, all residents of the North of Howard neighborhood, who wanted to create a safe refuge for local teens who otherwise had nothing to do. Rehearsals started on 7/23/11, with their Inaugural Performance on 8/25/11. Over 250 people attended. The November 30 Holiday Show will be 808s:YETD's 2nd major performance, and it will represent the launch of "808s Kids" - children aged 7-12. Come see their 1/2 hour performance. Doors open 6:15; Performance at 7:00.
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posted by Charlie on November 25, 2011
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Spotlight - Little People Day Care & Kindergarten

Spotlight - Little People Day Care & Kindergarten Welcome to our newest advertiser. Check out all the wonderful things they have been doing in the neighborhood since 1979
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Quinn Eyes Alderman Joe Moore for Cabinet Spot

Quinn Eyes Alderman Joe Moore for Cabinet Spot It seems like the new Chicago City Council was just sworn into office, but one of its members may be preparing to move on quite soon. City and state insiders are buzzing with talk that Alderman Joe Moore (49th), a reformer who represents the Rogers Park area, is on Gov. Pat Quinn's short list to head the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency. The agency has an interim director, John Kim, but Mr. Quinn is known to be looking for a permanent candidate, and the selection of Mr. Moore would please environmental groups. The Greens weren't thrilled when Mr. Quinn recently named Downstate state Rep. Tom Holbrook to another big environmental job: chairman of the state's Pollution Control Board. Read more: http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20111118/BLOGS02/111119775/quinn-eyes-alderman-joe-moore-for-cabinet-spot#ixzz1e7SQyBxl Stay on top of Chicago business with our free daily e-newsletters
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posted by Charlie on November 18, 2011
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