Julie Hallums, the principal of Funston Elementary in Logan Square, is focusing on the hard work of educating. The devotion it takes to be a teacher isn’t a new narrative, but the dedication of principals is.
Christopher House’s 27th Annual Benefit on April 27 showcased students who credit their success to the educational resources provided to them by Christopher House, which houses a family of schools in Chicago’s North and West sides.
A crowd of nearly 40 gathered with the intention of signing and delivering a letter demanding their landlord to renegotiate a proposed Jan. 15 eviction date.
The 606 transformed from the Bloomingdale Trail to the BOOmingdale Trail — stop shaking your head, it’s funny — for trick-or-treating Oct. 31.
A mobile music and “creative play” space has its permanent sights set on Logan Square. No, this isn’t a theme bar for the hipster set, it’s Stomp and Shout, a learning program for kids between the ages of 8 months and 4 years.
Liberty Bank in Logan Square will host a free student loan debt webinar.
Amy Ewaldt dreamed of opening a preschool kids discovered their education one experience at a time. Today, she calls it Cortland Preschool.
As a new parent, gone are the days of smashing pumpkins or late night costume parties. This year, we welcomed Halloween as parents in Logan Square.
Stomp and Shout offers a variety of alternative music classes for children ages 6 months to 4 years.
Getting outside on sunny, warm days is just as important as getting fresh air on snowy ones. Visiting local playgrounds is a great way to spend time with our kids.