Arts give teens healthy outlet to overcome trauma — FOX59

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It is hard to work through our most difficult days, especially if we’ve endured violent crime or death. For children dealing with trauma, it’s harder still. The city’s Office of Public Health and Safety researched the impact arts programming has on people, and they incorporated these types of activities into their Safe… via Arts give teens healthy outlet to overcome trauma — FOX59 Continue reading Arts give teens healthy outlet to overcome trauma — FOX59

British Airways suspends flights to Cairo for seven days -statement — Financial Post

CAIRO — British Airways suspended flights to Cairo for seven days starting Saturday as a precaution to allow for an assessment of security there, the airline said in a statement. Read More via British Airways suspends flights to Cairo for seven days -statement — Financial Post Continue reading British Airways suspends flights to Cairo for seven days -statement — Financial Post

Mosaic artist fills potholes with actual street art — WGN-TV

For years, Jim Bachor has been using an ancient mosaic technique to turn Chicago’s potholes into playful works of art. Here’s his story — in his own words. I do contemporary ancient technique mosaics. It’s an old technique. I actually learned it in Ravenna, Italy. It’s tedious, and you know, time consuming, it can be… via Mosaic artist fills potholes with actual street art — WGN-TV Continue reading Mosaic artist fills potholes with actual street art — WGN-TV

It’s a boy! Shedd welcomes new beluga calf — WGN-TV

CHICAGO — It’s a boy! The Shedd Aquarium introduced its new baby beluga Tuesday. The beluga calf was born on July 3. Animal care staff members estimate the calf to be approximately 5-feet long and weigh about 150 pounds. The baby beluga is the fourth successful calf for his mother, 38-year-old beluga whale “Mauyak.” Less… via It’s a boy! Shedd welcomes new beluga calf — WGN-TV Continue reading It’s a boy! Shedd welcomes new beluga calf — WGN-TV

7 scooter companies cited for not meeting pilot program terms — WGN-TV

CHICAGO — Seven scooter companies have been cited and fined in the first month of Chicago’s pilot program for failing to meet guidelines. Citations with a maximum fine of $1,000 were issued to Bird, Bolt, grüv, JUMP, Sherpa, Spin and Wheels. The city said the companies failed to meet strict safety and operations guidelines, for the… via 7 scooter companies cited for not meeting pilot program terms — WGN-TV Continue reading 7 scooter companies cited for not meeting pilot program terms — WGN-TV

The baby boomers have had a great financial run, but will it all catch up to them in retirement? — Financial Post

Tom Bradley: There’s no silver bullet for the silver tsunami via The baby boomers have had a great financial run, but will it all catch up to them in retirement? — Financial Post Continue reading The baby boomers have had a great financial run, but will it all catch up to them in retirement? — Financial Post