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Gladys De La Mora-Sanchez
Financial Advisor, Host-Anchor For Chicago Latino TV on Mundo
and Contributing Author of "The New Face Of America-Latina Book Project"
shares her insights on Successful Leaders .
This BIGthinker and founder of DeLamora Insurance Agency will also go over the types of insurance needed to protect your family and your assets.
Listen in to Hoopz Radio DMV for our Special Guest Coach talk with Robert Smith, Head Coach of Simeon High School, Chicago, IL. One of the top High School Coaches in the Country, Coach Smith will discuss this year's team, schedule and Simeon's tradition of High School Basketball in Chicago.
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Katrina Pavlik (Board Chair), founder of Breastfeed Chicago, M.Ed., postpartum doula, certified lactation specialist. “My dream for Chicago is that it will become the most breastfeeding-friendly city in the country. Not only will new moms get the help and support they need from their health care providers, but they will benefit from an extensive breastfeeding-support network. Moms will be seen breastfeeding their children anywhere, anytime… and it will be considered a normal, natural way of feeding our children.”
In 2011, Katrina Pavlik created a closed Facebook group to invite
people to start a conversation about breastfeeding in Chicago. Within six
hours, it had grown to 400 people. "I saw a need for a community that
could discuss how to make Chicago more breastfeeding friendly. From the Facebook group, we expanded and added the Breastfeed, Chicago! blog and resource list.
copied from: http://theattachedfamily.com/?article=breastfeed-chicago-an-interview-with-founder-katrina-pavlik
On this episode of Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, hosted by Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer), the Packers' route of the Bears will be discussed. What went wrong and what needs to be improved will be covered, and next week's matchup with the Carolina Panthers will be touched on as well. What to expect from Jared Allen, Kyle Fuller and the rest of the Bears' defense will be another topic, as well as the weekly stock watch.
I Heard Chicago Crying was influenced by the Don’t shoot I want to live campaign taking place in Chicago. It is an outcry from our children begging to once again be able to play freely in the streets, parks and their own front yards without fear of being shot. Many have spoken but few have listened. Now that our children are crying out, it is definitely time to listen and make some changes. Our children are crying out all over the nation. I Heard Chicago Crying gives them another voice. Its purpose is to make us more aware of the current issues with gun violence and give us hope to end this horrific trend. It is time to get real America! Gun violence isn’t just an issue in Chicago or overseas. We see it every day on the news, shootings in elementary schools, high schools, college campuses and drive-bys. It isn’t even safe to take a jog anymore. We blame gangs, bullies, presidents, the government, hunters and the internet. When will we realize responsibility falls on all of us? You may not be pulling the trigger but you’re ignoring that it’s being done. Wake up! Educate yourself on what’s happening out here. Open your eyes and turn off the denial. Make yourself aware of who and what your children are listening to and watching. Stay in tune with whatever may be an influence to them. This is a collection of short stories and poetry influenced by real life events and individual’s stories. This is dedicated to our children.
Today on Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, hosted by Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer), Chicago's thrilling Sunday night victory over the San Francisco 49ers will be discussed, as well as the upcoming Monday night game against the New York Jets. The injuries to a large group of Bears players, espeically Charles Tillman, will be discussed as well, including what we can expect from their replacements/how long they are expected to be out. A weekly stock watch will be given as well.
The Bears (5-9) host the Detroit Lions (10-4) in a game that can help determine the NFC North race. The Lions are a game ahead of the Green Bay Packers, and can clinch the division today with a win and a Packer loss. The Bears close out their home portion of a very disappointing season by changing quarterbacks against one of the top rated defenses in the NFL. Jimmy Claussen will have his hands full with a Detroit front four led by the best defensive tackle in the league. Can the Bears look competative? Will the Lions keep their foot on the gas? We break it all down after the game.
Today on Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, host Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer) will make his super extremely way too early season win loss predictions. Predictions will be broken down week by week, starting with Sunday's opener against the Buffalo Bills. If time permits, some updates on some of the Bears' position battles will be touched on as well.
This week on Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, host Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer) will go over the Bears recent loss to the Buffalo Bills. Analysis will be given on what went wrong, what could have been done better and how the Bears can improve going forward into their game this Sunday at San Franciso. Also, this episode will have the inaugural "Stock Watch," which will be done every game week. Three players with rising stock and three players with falling stock will be discussed.
"While the center of the city has flourished tremendously, we need to see the same vitality in Chicago neighborhoods and promised to hire 1,000 new police officers.There really is a contrast between the central business district and the neighborhoods,the editorial board. "Over the past few years in particular the contrast has sharpened. ... The neighborhoods have been left behind."said Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia.
As the mayor sat in the middle, his four challengers sat feet away, repeating a theme that Emanuel was more focused on downtown, and not so much on Chicago neighborhoods.
"Emanuel closed 50 schools, he has closed the mental health clinics in Chicago," said William "Dock" Walls.
Ald. Bob Fioretti, 2nd, had a chance to make headlines. He promised me before the debate that he wouldn't "back down" from his allegations earlier in the week that the mayor all but killed an investigation into a strong-arm robbery of Rahm's teenage son.
A new poll released Monday by Ogden & Fry, conducting weekly polls for the mayoral race, it appeared Garcia could force a run-off election.The poll showed Emanuel with a clear lead and 39.5 percent of the vote, Garcia with 18 percent, Wilson with 11.1 percent and Fioretti with 7.5 percent.
The Victory Research poll of 806 “likely Chicago voters,” showed Emanuel leading with 36.4 percent of the vote. Fioretti was in second with 18.2 percent of the vote and Garcia in third at 12 percent. Wilson and William “Dock” Walls followed in fourth and fifth place with 8.6 percent and 0.9 percent,here was a margin of error of 3.45 percent.