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21st of February 2018

Helpful IRS Tax Tools to Use

Avoid the rush! Here are some tips and resources to get you started. IRS.gov has several online tools to help taxpayers get fast answers to common tax questions: Interactive Tax Assistant Tax Topics Frequently Asked Questions Tax Trails IRS Tax Map Use Where’s My Refund? to track refunds. The IRS issues most refunds in less […]


7th of February 2018

Urban Gardening course aims to reduce food deserts

Food deserts by definition, are geographic areas where access to affordable, healthy food options are limited or non-existent due to a lack of grocery stores within a reasonable traveling distance. In order to track food deserts in Illinois, primarily areas that lack fresh fruits, vegetables, and other healthy foods,  a new state law was passed […]


31st of January 2018

Open registration for Studio Arts Apprenticeship Program


Now enrolling for Youth Latin Music Classes

The Latin Music Project, located at 2958 N. Milwaukee, is now accepting enrollment for its spring sessions. Beginner Violin (8-18 years) Mondays, February 5 – May 3 5:30-6:30 p.m. Beginner Guitar & Cuatro (8-18 years) Tuesdays, February 6 – May 3 6:30-7:30 p.m. Little Genius Fundamentals (4-7 years) Tuesdays, February 20-May 3 6:00-7:00 p.m. To […]


30th of January 2018

Chicago’s Puerto Rican community overcomes adversity

by Ari Levin The Monday after her family arrived in Chicago from Puerto Rico, 19-year-old Liliana Losada stood in the middle of the Humboldt Park Field House holding a large, clear plastic bag full of clothes and coats for her entire family. Losada, her mother, grandmother, and cousins, are staying with her aunt, but it’s […]


Thinking Out Loud: The Science of Sleep

What’s keeping you up at night? Join Resurrection University on February 8 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm for a free two-hour program that will explain the things that can keep you up at night and let you know what you can do to overcome them. Dr. Kristine Tohtz will share key insights and information to help you […]


23rd of January 2018

Going On Vacation?

Don’t let a winter forecast stop you from setting aside time for a vacation. If you are leaving home, there are certain measures you can take to protect your property against burglars while it’s not being occupied. Check out the following infographic provided by ACM Community Management. Infographic courtesy of ACM Community Management


18th of January 2018

Bloomingdale Trail Park Advisory Council

Come meet your neighbors and learn what the trail has in store for everyone this winter! ¡Acompañenos! Venga a conocer a sus vecinos y aprenda mas acerca de lo que tenemos preparado en el trail este invierno. When/Cuando: Tuesday, January 30, 2018/ Martes Enero 30, 2018 Time / Hora: 6:30 pm Where/ Donde: Benhard Moos […]


11th of January 2018

10 Tips for Choosing a Tax Preparer

Here are ten tips for taxpayers to remember when selecting a preparer: Check the Preparer’s Qualifications. Use the IRS Directory of Federal Tax Return Preparers with Credentials and Select Qualifications. It can be found on irs.gov and search “Directory of Federal Tax Return Preparers”. Check the Preparer’s History. Ask the Better Business Bureau about the […]


Take College Credit Classes at Wright College Humboldt Park

Wright College’s Humboldt Park location welcomes prospective students who want to enroll for the Spring Semester 2018. You can choose from several college credit courses including Art, Business, Psychology, Astronomy, Criminal Justice, and Humanities. The campus is also offering professional development courses such as CPR, Financial Survival for Retirement and Multi-Axis Machining. Classes start Tuesday January 16th […]