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About us

Hyatt Magazine is a free social and cultural magazine, featuring events, entertainment, lifestyle, fashion, business, leisure, and lore. “Hyatt” in Arabic Language means Life. Its events and news guide targeting heavy populated Middle-Eastern community in Chicagoland area and soon in Michigan. Hyatt Magazine targets are to establish and strengthen Middle-Eastern social and cultural aspects and to connect the Middle-Eastern communities together. Furthermore, Hyatt Magazine is assisting in building bridges with other communities socially and economically. Hyatt Magazine published monthly to promote coverage area in an informative and positive manner, and it’s distributed throughout the area by Direct Mailing and placed in key locations. You’ll find the magazine enlightening and have interesting articles are written by someone like yourself, who cares about the community. We welcome contributions of articles, events, recording, photos, and videos; however, they will be subject to editing and availability of space and subject matter. Comments, questions, subscription requests and ad placement inquiries are invited. This glossy social magazine published by Flash Media, offers several major subjects that will interest many readers.

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AMVOTE’s Event On Feb. 7th, 2019 AMVOTE-Pac held their event to meet the next Mayor of Chicago. The event took place at Al Hambra Palace in Downtown Chicago. Many candidates who ran for mayor attended the event spoken to many Middle-Eastern from the community.

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Melanie hadn’t more yellow-pink after that. The meeting with Dr. Codey ended quickly after that last question, and Melanie was just able to catch Roya at their treehouse after she had gone up to her room and snuck out the window. She ran ten minutes into the forest, and she could hear Roya quietly humming a sweet song in the treehouse, waiting for Melanie. Melanie wanted to just stand there; listening to Roya hum. Her voice was soft and flowing water. It was the scent of flowers and a calm breeze on a warm spring day. It was white and pink-green, yet held so much blue in it at the same time. Melanie loved it. But she climbed up the ladder to their treehouse anyways. She and Roya found this place about a year ago, when they met for the first time. Melanie had gotten in trouble, and not for drawing all over her older cousin’s walls. Her mother got red-black. Her voice and expressions were filled with purple-black, and Melanie couldn’t stand it. She ran. She ran so quickly and so far, she’d thought she had run away from her house for good. But when she turned back, she bumped into Roya. They walked and talked

for a bit, and Melanie felt an instant connection to her. It was as if she understood everything that Melanie was going through, and when they found the treehouseabandoned and blue-black- they had taken it for themselves. It had been their run-away spot for months after that. It was the place where they could go when they needed something to look forward to, when they felt alone and blue-black. All of this raced through Melanie’s mind as she climbed the ladder to the treehouse. Once she was inside, she immediately spotted Roya, sitting in her usual corner in the back, a small silver object in her hand. Roya heard the creak of wood and flicked her sky blue eyes up to meet Melanie’s. She smiled brightly at Melanie, her posture immediately straightening at the sight of her best friend. “I thought you weren’t going to come,” she said, smiling still as Melanie sat down in front of her. Melanie sighed and shrugged her shoulders. “I thought I wasn’t going to make it. I had a meeting with Dr. Codey,” Melanie responded, and the yellow-pink smile on Roya’s face immediately dropped. Her

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eyes darkened to a sapphire blue and amethyst purple. She bit her bottom lip and looked down at the object in her hand. With a closer look at it, Melanie could see that it was a small pocket knife. She looked back up at Roya, who shrugged her shoulders and slipped the blade into her light red sweater pocket. “We’ll need it for something.” Melanie didn’t question what that meant; she honestly, kind of didn’t want to know. So she just nodded her head and looked around their treehouse. It was yellow-purple; just a light brown wood and a few dents and peeling wood here and there. It wasn’t anything incredible, but it was so red to Melanie at the same time. She felt a deep connection with the treehouse and had since the first time she laid her eyes on it. It was different. It was...special, as normal people would say. “Well, he’s not any worse than Dr. Harris,” Melanie pointed out, and Roya groaned. “God, she was the worst. All she did was give you sleeping pills and lollipops,” Roya added, and Melanie laughed, though knew that that was true. Dr. Harris didn’t do much for Melanie. She would listen to her talk, but never encourage her to keep thinking deeply unlike Dr. Codey did. And Melanie liked that. She loved....

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Noor Al Zain’s Concert On Feb. 8th, 2019 DIB Entertainment presented Iraq singer Noor Al Zain in Chicago, IL. The event took place at Chateau Ritz and the concert sold out. Noor Al Zain had performed with great energy, leaving anyone off their seat. The audience enjoyed the night.

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MARCH 21 - April 20 Aries have ram-like eyebrows and smug expressions. They should not be quite so smug because they are constantly clunking themselves in the skull. Aries rarely say one thing and do another. They usually do the wrong thing and don’t discuss it. Never point this out to an Aries unless you want your kidneys pulled out through your sinuses. Aries folks love Pisceans because Pisces people make them feel well-grounded. Aries love to laugh at the funny moon-people who suck their thumbs at age 35. Aries use guns to describe philosophical concepts. Whether you live in a palatial estate or a cardboard tepee, you will insist until death that it is exactly what you always wanted. Most Aries were concrete parking bumpers in at least two of their past lives. Aries are never born. They skip gaily

from their mothers’ wombs. This may even involve rollerblades. The Aries makes life decisions as a toddler. Aries marry several times for funnies but never divorce. Their spouses have many freak accidents resulting in death or crippling injury. Aries always hold management positions. If one is assigned to clean toilets, he will form a one-man union. Then he will go and picket in the parking lot. People run away when an Aries comes around. They know that if they do not, the Aries will set them on fire. Aries hate listening to Scorpios talk because they take pride in being even more self-centered. In fact, much to the Scorpios’ dismay, you are the biggest pricks in the zodiac. Your rams’ horns are in everyone else’s asses.

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CAIR’s Event On Feb. 9th, 2019, CAIR held their annual dinner at the Drury Lane banquet in Oak Brook, IL. Many great people attended the night. The keynote speaker was Congressman Rashida Tlaib, the guest speaker Congressman Chuy Garica, Abdelnasser Rashid and Dilara Sayeed were awarded.

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WE’s event

On Feb. 9th, 2019 “We” Women Empowerment Champaign’s Event was held in Naperville, IL.

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MECCA’s Center Event

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On Feb. 10th, 2019 MECCA Center held their annual dinner at Drury Lane – Oakbrook, IL. The fundraising dinner was held for the children education. The event turnout was great. To know more about MECCA Center actives, visit www.meccacenter.org.

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Pious Project of America On Feb. 14, 2019 Pious Project of America have their events to help families, whom apartment was burned down in the holidays. People from the community gathered to support these families. To know more about pious Project, visit their website at piousprojects.org.

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Recipe: Chickpea Fatteh

Ingredients: 2 toasted pita bread cut into pieces 1 can of cooked chickpeas 2 diced garlic cloves 2 Tbs olive oil, & 1/2 tsp salt. Sauce ingredients: 1 can of cooked chickpeas 1/2 cup plain yogurt 2 Tbs tahini 1 Tbs lemon juice 1 diced garlic clove 1 Tbs olive oil & 1/2 tsp salt.

To begin: 1- mix sauce ingredients in a blender well, you may add some water if needed. 2- Heat chickpeas with 3 cups water, add garlic, oil, and salt. 3- Pour some of this water on bread, then place chickpeas on top then sauce.

4- Heat 3 Tbs olive oil then drizzle on top. 5- Garnish with toasted pine nuts & almonds, pomegranate seeds & parsley. Enjoy! By Dr Anas Nahhas. Abumallek Makes and Bakes on youtube.

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Mercy without Limit & Pure Hand On Feb. 24th, 2019 the Mercy without Limit and Pure Hand held their annual fundraising dinner at Aqsa School – Bridgeview, IL. The fundraising dinner was to help Yemen.

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Mosaics’s Event On Feb. 21, 2019, Mosaics – Muslim Voices in America held a play called American Griot. The performance took place at Moraine Valley Community College. The play based on African American history and the original African music which was brought to America.

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Ojala Foundation’s Event

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On Feb. 17, 2019 Ojala foundation held their pot lunch. Many families and friends gathered that day. To know more about Ojala Foundation visit their website at www.ojalafoundation.org. Photo Credit TW Studio Advertisement

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PAMA’s Event

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On Feb. 22th, 2019 Palestine American Medical Association (PAMA) held their first annual fundraising dinner in Chicago, IL. The event was a great success. They had an amazing performance by Mona Miari “The Angel’s Voice Akka- Palestine” and Mona Aburmisan a “Palestinian American standup comedi-an”.

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ABPA’s Event

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On Feb. 13th, 2019 ABPA held their Advanced Leadership Workshop in Oak Brook, IL. The workshop was about the Key Issue in Nonprofit Legal and Financial Oversight. The event was presented by Mazen Asbani and Haitham Nasir.

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AQSA School’s Event

On Feb. 23rd, 2019 Aqsa School held their 33rd Annual Gala. The event took place at the Belvedere Chateau. Special speaker Sh. Kifah Mustapha and Aqsa Alumna Tahera Rahman.

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