vmi 8.x-1.0-beta3

Release notes Issue #2909434: Changed [VMI Back-End layout illustration images] with white backgrounds and page placement usage Download Size md5 hash vmi-8.x-1.0-beta3.tar.gz 262.88 KB 5fdb6cfb366d41e49a893db1241c96d4 vmi-8.x-1.0-beta3.zip 337.29 KB 96664c676b8b9f346858c932a553ae1e Last updated: 24 Sep 2017 at 14:14 UTC Official release from tag:  8.x-1.0-beta3 Core compatibility:  8.x[…]

Grateful Heads

Illustration by <a href=”https://medium.com/u/14717c2f813b”>Nate Otto</a> LaMichael Langford grew up watching his uncle run a barber shop and would sneak in his friends to cut their hair. LaMichael eventually took over the business that his uncle opened in 1964, and Langford’s Barber Shop has been a constant[…]

Unchanging Gears

  Illustration by Nate Otto John Stallworth has been selling hardware and fixing bikes at his shop on Chicago’s South Side for 50 years, helping to anchor a neighborhood that’s struggled with population loss and divestment. John’s Hardware and Bicycle Shop is the kind of old-fashioned[…]

Home is Where the Hearse Is

Four generations of the Zarzycki family have lived behind or above their funeral home, starting with founder Agnes Zarzycki, the first woman funeral director of Polish descent in Chicago. Today, 101-year-old Zarzycki Manor Chapels is still run by women, who are upholding old traditions — like conducting[…]

Job Preservation

Illustration by <a href=”https://medium.com/u/14717c2f813b”>Nate Otto</a> The modern practice of embalming started in the U.S. during the Civil War, and Brian Yeazel’s family got into the embalming fluid business a few decades later. Frigid Fluid, the company his great great uncle founded in 1892, is also the[…]