Translucent transformation refers to the ability to see beyond the surface of a person and get a better understanding of the complexity within. The author and six teenage contributors interviewing rural Illinois community members, many of which were strangers on health, illness, and body image. The findings are also expressed in visually artistic representations.
Outer cover is loose (not attached to rest of zine).
Biweekly newspaper that covered six wards in the northwest side in the 1980s. Circulation of 21,000 copies. This issue covered education, politics, sports, lifestyle advice, and coverage of local upcoming events.
"In this book Lynn Smentek shares her personal story of how the Lord Jesus Christ became became not only her Savior and Friend, but her Healer as well. Suffering from a chronic debilitating disease of the immune system she sought the 'Great Physician' who did what no man could do. She explains how she discovered that we truly can take the Lord at His Word!"
This is a story of medicine as it moved from the pioneer care-giving era of the early 1800s to the sophisticated health settings of today. It is the story of the many colorful, caring physicians whose vision helped spawn new ways to educate caregivers and new methods to heal the sick...and of the generations of dedicated health professionals and civic leaders who, over the past 150 year, shaped one of the nation's leading academic health centers. It is the story of Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center.
The abstract is an excerpt taken from the back summary of the original edition.
Retired seven years, widowed six years, childless, seventy-three years old, depressed, the author set out to find contentment through reflection and writing. Reinventing Myself: Memoirs of a Retired Professor is a series of personal essays recounting that quest and some of the experiences that came before it. Ms. Styne advocates writing for everyone, and hopes to encourage people of all ages, especially her fellow senior citizens, to write.
The newsletter of Chicago Critical Mass, the special Cook Book Issue! Recipes for giving you fuel to bike, how ditching your car for a bike will allow you to eat more chocolate cake, and how to dress for winter, how to give holiday gifts that don't encourage conspicuous consumption, how to transport a frosted cake by bike.<br />