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11:38 AM - 2 Jul 2015
What would you do if you were the first person to land on another planet? How would introduce yourself to a space creature?
Learn more about the first African American principal performer with the American Ballet Theatre.
The American opera singer gave her final operatic performance 50 years ago, on July 5, 1965, in Tosca at the Royal Opera House in London.
Lisa_the_Librarian recommends titles to help you stay motivated to reach whatever goals you've set for yourself.
The Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction have been announced, and they were two of our favorites from 2014.
Questions about retirement, reverse mortgages or Medicare? Check out our July financial literacy events throughout the city.
As of mid-June 2015, these are the best books of the year that we've read so far.
With the Tour de France starting on Independence Day, Brooks recommends titles about bicyclists who made their own paths.
Calling teen photographers, bloggers and artists! Share your talents with us this summer at HWLC YOUmedia.
Gloriane looks back at some of the songs on the inaugural broadcast—many of which are today's classics.
If you like your Chicago tales gritty and bleak, these books are for you.
High school teens, ages 14 to 18, come explore environmental science at this month's 1st Saturdays: Careers in Focus on July 11.
$10 sponsors a child in 8 weeks of interactive learning that goes to infinity and beyond in the Explore and Soar Summer Learning Challenge.
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