K-12 private schools got an important financial boost from the United States Supreme Court in a June ruling when it put an end to religious discrimination in state-sponsored, tax-credit scholarship programs.

As I’ve been watching racial tensions escalate, my mind has wandered into the realm of poetry.

A big thank you to James Arneberg for sharing his letter to the editor (June 24) about Mike Myler with all of us readers of The Beverly Review.

Democracies have little tolerance for sore losers.

The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announced good news on June 15—and that benefits multiple sports.

Chicago entered Phase 3 of its response plan to COVID-19 on June 3, allowing previously closed businesses, such as hair salons and barbershops, to reopen and for bars and restaurants to offer outdoor dining.

For the first time in my life, I recently put a “political” sign in my front yard.

While the world stays apart, everything about the Christmas Without Cancer message says “Come Together.”

Given the number of people kneeling, marching and wearing T-shirts with slogans, black lives seem to matter more now than they did a month ago.

With BAPA’s unique history around racial integration and diversity, and as a community of first responders and helpers, we feel it’s important for you to hear from us about recent events.

An open letter from 19th Ward Ald. Matt O’Shea and Alexa James, LCSW, executive director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)-Chicago.

Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced that Illinois can enter Phase 3 of its re-opening plan on Friday, May 29, allowing businesses such as hair salons to open and bars and restaurants to offer outdoor dining.

As a proud Morgan Park homeowner, I am passionate about investing in my local community.

The neighborhood has been overwhelmingly supportive of charitable causes during the COVID-19 crisis, and the Maple Morgan Park Food Pantry continues to be a wonderful institution that remains worthy of donations.

What the world needs lately is Andy Rooney.

The global headlines regarding victims of domestic violence and the particular dangers they face while “sheltering in place” during the COVID-19 pandemic have been hard to read.

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