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Purple House razed but not forgotten

Published Jan. 13, 2014

Last summer, reported on the "purple house," a controversial residential home located on 43rd and Howard that was both loved and hated for its bright purple exterior. The house was razed but the former owners had one small request.


Pablove co-founder channels loss into hope

Published Jan. 12, 2014

Jo Ann Thrailkill - who lost her young son, Pablo, to cancer - is the executive director and co-founder of the Pablove Foundation, an organization that funds pediatric cancer research and more. Pablove's fifth annual benefit concert takes place at Turner Hall on Saturday, Jan. 18.

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A Date In Stone

Monday February 3rd, 2014 – Island Lake, IL    It has been roughly six weeks now, and I’m still riding a high from the thought of reconnecting with my siblings. It has already changed my entire life for the better, and I feel it every day. I am very realistic in what I&rs...

Hoping For Hope

Monday November 21st, 2011 - Chicago, IL   Well, I sure didn’t expect my morale and self esteem to dip down this low this quickly - and stay there for this long. I’ve had disappointments before, in fact a lifetime jam packed with them, but this particular setback sent me ove...

40 of 40: Day 39

"All we are saying is give peace a chance."I woke this morning to the news that a sitting US President, Barack Obama, has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize - a surprise to everyone, including the President.As to not seem overly biased, I posted the story from FOX News on my Facebook pa...

Hope In Hobart

Saturday April 19th, 2008 - Hobart, INAfter all these years of trying to figure life out today proved I’m still a flaming idiot. It’s still a mystery and I don’t feel any closer to figuring it out today than when I was growing up. I’ve had one unexpected thing after the ne...

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