Through the work of two retired Caterpillar executives, area residents suffering from neurodegenerative disorders are benefiting from investments in research and tools that improve quality of life. 

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Visioning a People-Centered EMS
Meeting the community’s evolving needs on the frontlines of healthcare
Can Living in Peoria Help You Live Longer?
With an internationally recognized brand and effective turnaround strategy, we could show the nation how health “plays in Peoria.”
When Life Throws You a Curveball
How to go from a relatively normal existence to caring for a loved-one with a life-altering condition.
Staying Strong with ALS
Ed Rapp and his wife Ann have made it a personal challenge to support efforts to find more effective treatment options—and ultimately, a cure—for ALS.
Q&A With Stan Lynall - VP of Venture Investments, OSF HealthCare
Upon providing input on OSF HealthCare’s emerging innovation strategy, Lynall was asked to serve as vice president of venture investments.

More IBI

The new Peoria Innovation Hub will continue the tradition of great innovation in our region and help us shape our future.
Ways to encourage healthy eating options at work ... one step at a time. 
A community is only as strong as its students. It is our responsibility to help them grow. 

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“Some people photograph the same thing over and over, day after day. I can’t do that. I need variety.” When enlarged, Jim Burnham's photographs can look almost painterly and ethereal.

Read more on #PSBlog, and see Burnham's work at the Peoria Magazines office, where several of his photos are on display and for sale.

#ibuyart Thanks to Judge James Shadid and the Creve Coeur Club for a great 40 Leaders Lunch & Learn today! #BehindTheScenes: It’s projected that more than 12 million Americans—nearly one in 25—will suffer from a 
neurodegenerative disorder such as multiple sclerosis (MS), Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), Parkinson’s or
dementia within the next 30 years. Through the work of two retired Caterpillar executives, area residents suffering from neurodegenerative 
disorders are benefiting from investments in research and tools that improve quality of life. 
Read more in the latest issue of iBi. #BehindTheScenes: “A community is only as strong as its students. It is our responsibility to help them grow.” Read more from Marcia J. Bolden of Align Peoria in the latest issue of iBi.

Through a lifetime of chasing dreams, Judy Page has given it her all... and has no regrets.

Central Illinois Perspective
Dance of the Divine
Mythili Dance Academy shares the divine art of Bharatanatyam with the community.
Raising the Barn
The Village of Goodfield welcomes the Conklin Players back to the Barn.
Where Does Art Go for the Winter?
Making public art a permanent fixture on the central Illinois landscape
Inspiring Spaces...
A new initiative at Peoria Magazines encourages the community to purchase locally-made works of art.

More Art & Society

A new gallery and lounge has emerged in Peoria’s Warehouse District showcasing specialty drinks and local artwork.
Ten things you didn't know about the registered dietician and certified executive chef...
A behind-the-scenes look at the Peoria Fire Department.

Recent Blog Posts

P.S. Blog

Capturing Moments in Time

Any photographer will tell you that getting the perfect image is the result of being in the right place at the right time. Jim Burnham is no different.

Visual Jazz

Photographer Natalie Jackson O'Neal captures the visual rhythms of jazz in her "Straight, No Chaser" photo series. 

Building on Layers

Peoria artist Elizabeth Davis sheds her layers to reveal her painting process.