Understanding How Reverse Osmosis Works

When it comes to ensuring the well-being of aquatic life in your aquarium, the water quality is of utmost importance. One method that stands out for achieving truly soft water is …

What Adult Swim Lessons Look Like

Adult swim lessons cater to individuals of all skill levels and backgrounds, offering a supportive and personalized approach to learning swimming techniques and water safety. Here’s what adult swim lessons typically …

8 Businesses to Start if You Want to Be Your Own Boss

Many people dream of becoming their own boss and yearning for that freedom to call the shots and build something uniquely theirs. If you’re one of them, get ready because we’re …

Chicago Based Boeing Rolls Out a New Self Cleaning Toilet Prototype

On average, 8 million people fly everyday. Some like to read, others prefer to sleep, and many opt for the plane’s entertainment system to take advantage of their movie selection. But …

3 Invaluable Pieces of Marriage Advice From Divorce Attorneys

Sometimes, the only thing harder than having a happy marriage is finding marriage advice from a credible source. But believe it or not, divorce attorneys are one of the best sources …

Push for More Apprenticeships in Chicago Insurance and Financial Industries

In its Chicago office in January, global investment firm Aon plans to launch an apprenticeship program, reviving a traditional training method as a way to nurture skilled workers and grow the …

Taxi Companies in Chicago Aren’t Coping Well With Uber’s Rise in Popularity

The city of Chicago is going through an interesting phase of public transportation changes, and it’s all thanks to Uber. Chicago officials were supposed to launch a program on Jan. 29 …

These 5 Chicago Teams To Represent the USA in Chinese Startup Competition

Startup competitions like the annual TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco have become high-profile incubators for nascent technology companies, separating the tech wannabes from the “unicorns” in the making. This April, five …

Vesuvio’s Reopens After a Smattering of Violations

After multiple health code violations, Vesuvio’s, a popular late-night downtown South Bend bar and pizza spot, was fined heavily on Feb. 9. On Jan. 20, the St. Joseph County Health Department …

UT Dallas Study Finds Energy From Cellphone Towers Amplifies Pain In Amputees

Proponents of electromagnetic field (EMF) protection have long warned of the potential negative effects things like cellphones and wireless internet can have on a person’s body, but the scientific community remains …

Chicago Officials Fail to Warn Residents About Water Contamination Risks

Over two years ago, federal researchers discovered that there were high levels of lead in Chicago water mains, which had been replaced replaced when new meters were installed. Although Mayor Rahm …

Electric Buses Coming to Chicago

According to the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) plans to spend between $30 million and $40 million to buy up to 30 new all-electric buses over the next several …

Chicago’s Public Schools are in Serious Financial Trouble

Chicago’s public schools are in dire financial straits after the district dissolved its financial woes by borrowing over $700 million at startlingly high interest rates. Now Chicago’s schools are paying for …