Monthly Archives: April 2011


Hoping April Showers Bring These

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Home For Easter?

A neighborhood’s street person can often be found on this bench at different times during the night in any season, in any weather. I don’t know where he/she goes during the day.

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National Fair Housing Month Marked With Screening Of “American Casino”

Illinois Department of Human Rights Director Rocco Clapps, Manny Flores, Director of Financial and Professional Regulation-Division of Banking, Leslie Combs from U.S. Rep. Jan Shakowski’s office, and Attorney General Lisa Madigan held a press conference […]

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Merri Dee Shares Life Lessons With Students

Merri Dee, current State of Illinois AARP President, recently visited Harold Washington Elementary School on Chicago’s south side to talk with 6th, 7th, and 8th graders about her career as an example of working hard […]

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Places I’ve Been Lately

My projects take me to many different places. As I was finally clearing my desktop of miscellaneous photos today, trying to file them where I wouldn’t forget about them, these three popped out asking to […]

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Busy Market

A recent assignment took me to the CME Group trading floor in the Chicago Board of Trade Building. I’ve been shooting on trading floors in Chicago, New York and London for various clients for the […]

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AARP, Groups Rally to Stop The Rate Hikes

AARP, along with the Office of Illinois Attorney General, the Citizens Utility Board, and numerous community organizations recently held a rally and a press conference on Chicago’s Southside, urging consumers to take action, contact their […]

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