Chicago Southland Convention & Visitors Bureau Welcomes New Communications Manager
Posted on 05/29/2019 by Loren Petrakis Mueller
Lansing, Ill. – The Chicago Southland Convention & Visitors Bureau has hired Katie Arvia as the new Communications Manager. Arvia joins the CVB team with several years of writing experience, gained from working as a freelance reporter with The Lansing Journal an...
The Well at the Distillery: Historic Brewery in Thornton Gets New Life as Distillery
Posted on 05/23/2019 by Carrie Steinweg
I'm a big history buff. I've written a lot of articles over the years on historic attractions, authored three local history books and served on the board of my local historical society for several years. I also love food and beverages. So, when there's a venue th...
Explore American History at the Pullman National Monument
Posted on 05/01/2019 by Kim Kislowski
Construction on the industrial town of Pullman began in 1880, the vision of George M. Pullman. It would be the first community of its kind. Built around the Pullman Palace Car Company, it encompassed 4,000 acres south of Chicago as an insulated community with housing and oth...
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