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The Chicago Academy For The Arts

The Chicago Academy For The Arts was founded in 1980 by Larry Jordan, a local public school teacher. Frustrated with the lack of art and music classes in the high school curriculum, he created the Academy as an outlet for young artists to develop their specialties. Jordan wanted to express …

WINGS Program & CEO, Rebecca Darr: Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence

The WINGS program provides domestic violence survivors with support to gain safety and future success. WINGS started in 1985 as a non-profit housing agency providing both emergency shelter and transitional housing. Now, WINGS has grown to provide not only assistance to those in immediate crisis, but also help clients with …

Chicago’s Own, Joan Collaso: A Class Act On & Off Stage

Joan Collaso is an American Jazz singer from Chicago, Illinois. In her hometown, her voice and style of singing are considered legendary. Known for it’s unique, sweet and sensual sound, she has been hailed as one of the best Jazz singers in Chicago. Collaso debuted her first studio album in …

Meet Joey Majumdar

Meet Joey Majumdar, an entrepreneur and to his credit an executive producer and creative director. He is popular among those who follow fashion, beauty and the entertainment industry. A proud supporter of many charitable organizations, Joey has been acknowledged for his generosity. Based out of Chicago, Joey is also a …

Beauty Products That Have Stood The Test of Time for The Jam

On The Jam, I discussed the topic of classic beauty products that have stood the test of time. Although this can be a very broad subject, there are five easily obtained products that I consider to be some of the best examples in that category. 

Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché A Female Love Letter to Cinema

Thanks to the invitation of our friend Christie Hefner, we had the opportunity to attend the Chicago Feminist Film Festival for the screening of the documentary Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché.

Hemp for Horses

Hemp for Horses

Humans are mammals and so are many common domestic animals including cats, dogs, and horses. Generally speaking, a mammal is any warm-blooded animal with hair or fur and they normally give nourishment to their young through milk.  All mammals have receptors throughout their body and these make use of organic material. A specific type of receptor is called a cannabinoid receptor.

Stars Descend on the Red Carpet at 91st Oscars in Style

The Oscars are undoubtedly the biggest event in Hollywood. Celebrities wait anxiously for this mega event and adorn their most glamorous outfits to grace the occasion. The 91st Academy Awards ceremony is currently underway at Dolby Theater in Los Angeles and the red carpet is shining in all colors of the rainbow with Hollywood stars in bold and alluring attires.

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Red Carpet Looks and More from Grammys 2019

Grammy Awards night is the mecca of music lovers around the world. They waited with bated breath to learn about the winners in different categories. At the same time, they were also glued to their TV sets to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars to see their designer outfits. The …

Carol Connors Discusses Documentary “Children of the Coffee” with Irene Michaels

In January 2015, Fem Worldview Magazine published an article made by photojournalist Michele Zousmer entitled Children Of The Coffee. On it, Zousmer showed the harsh conditions of child labor of the indigenous Ngäbe children in Central America, specifically Costa Rica. The piece also focused on the invaluable work of Dr. Pablo Ortiz, who for almost 30 years has served as a kind of guardian angel of these exploited children.