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Extra Extra: Northwestern And Lurie To Offer Voice Training To Trans Teens

By Rachel Cromidas in News on Jul 6, 2015 10:05PM

  • Staff from Northwestern and Lurie hospitals have teamed up to offer voice training lessons to transgender teens. [Tribune]

  • The Aon Center in downtown Chicago may get its own observatory. It would be the third observatory in Chicago, including the Willis and Hancock towers. [Crain's]

  • A mother reflects on the loss of her son and her commitment to anti-violence work, who was killed in Chicago gun violence in 2006. [Chicago Reporter]

  • A group of design students are hoping to somehow aid the homeless with hand-lettered cardboard signs created with eye-catching design principles. [RedEye]

  • Poor Cowileo, the sculpture of a cow looking through a telescope at the sky in Bucktown, appears to have been blown up fireworks over July 4th Weekend. [DNAinfo]
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