Wearing a facemask isn’t difficult, although many Americans seem to disagree. They also think their rights are being violated if they’re required to wear one.
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.
In regard to the “take away candy” letter to the editor (June 3), I wouldn’t sign my name either, not out of fear of reprisals, but out of fear of being laughed at and thought of as kookie.
The extensive article about the schools in our community and the pioneering educators after whom they were named is a great contribution to our local history.
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.
I was sickened not only by the letter printed in the June 3 edition calling for creating a literal second class of citizen, but perhaps more so that it was printed without a name.
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.
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.
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.
Bill Figel’s “Guest Viewpoint” in the April 15 issue of The Beverly Review was yet another example of the courageous writing we expect from our neighborhood’s newspaper of record.