Earlier, we wrote about our meeting with Yugoslavian Holocaust survivor Ava Kadishson Schieber. We have also compiled a video playlist of our January 11, 2013 interview with the artist sharing her philosophies on life and survival.
Ava Kadishson Schieber fled her hometown of Novi Sad, Serbia in 1949 when it was overrun by Nazis and later subjugated by the communist regime that the artist and writer could begin a new life and express her creativity.
You can read the report online, but this was just my two cents worth of what was said and not said beyond the print of a glossy 30-page brochure I’m skeptical most parents would read anyway. Or at least the ones that should.
The red, white and blue confetti has been cleaned up at McCormick Place, and nearly all of the results are known from Election 2012. Here’s our take on who did well this race and who did not.
Chicago’s Albany Park community is home to many ethnic groups with strong opinions about the 2012 presidential race. Among these are Bosnians, most of whom came to Chicago after the wars in the 1990s.
The most expensive election in United States history will end tomorrow as voters cast ballots in the 2012 election. Here are key story lines to watch.
El Times ha identificado los estados clave aun indecisos basado en datos de las encuestas y otros factores, la lista será actualizar durante la elección conforme los cambios en encuestas de salida.
With election day just two days away, Obama has a slight lead in electoral votes over his opponent Mitt Romney while Democrats are expected to hold the Senate and Republicans the House.
With the race for the presidency coming to a close and attention shifting from the candidates to Hurricane Sandy, the 2012 election campaigns may be coming to an early end.
President Barack Obama has been both praised and criticized for his work. We have compiled photos and categories noting Obama’s change since 2008, from his appearance to his promises and new challenges.
When President Barack Obama cast his vote on Oct. 25, he joined the ranks of more than 64,000 Chicagoans who have voted early. While early voting continues to yield high turnout in Chicago and suburban Cook County, which alone has seen nearly 60,000 voters, there are mixed reactions about how early voting will affect election results.
More than 48,000 Chicago voters and nearly 44,000 suburban Cook County voters cast early ballots since Monday, each setting new records for early voting in Illinois. Powered by high turnouts in black wards, the surge in early voting from 2008 to this year reflects a national trend.