P.S. Blog

Nothing prepares you for an encounter with a Clydesdale foal.

Planning a photo shoot is always challenging—even more so for a cover. And our current cover image is not what it appears to be...

Following various shutdowns during the long pandemic, the Peoria Art Guild is excited to begin offering in-person classes again.

George Washington never stepped foot in Peoria. So what was his connection, and how did the bust get here?

The PNC Foundation and the Ruby K. Worner Charitable Trust announce 45 “PNC First Grant” recipients receiving cash awards of up to $1,000.

When the Murray Baker Bridge was first dedicated in 1958, it represented a hopeful future for the city and the region.

Each of this year's Women of Influence has persisted through the historic challenges of this year: maintaining calm through tragedy, reimagining programs with creativity, and working through unprecedented turbulence.

We are very proud of this year’s class, and grateful to our sponsors and the community for their continued support… even during a pandemic!

It’s difficult to imagine opening a business in the middle of a global pandemic, yet that's exactly what Cody Scogin did earlier this year.

For the second year in a row, Peoria Magazines has partnered with the Turner Center for Entrepreneurship at Bradley University to recognize and celebrate our region’s entrepreneurs, innovators, startups, businesses and the people who support them.

After serving the 18th Congressional District for more than 25 years, she began her role as chief executive officer for the Center for Prevention of Abuse in 2015, guiding its mission to help all people live peaceful lives, free from violence and abuse.

Preston Jackson at work on his tribute to Dr. C.T. Vivian, who passed away on July 17, 2020. 
A fundraising effort is underway to cast and place sculptures of Dr. Vivian in Peoria, Macomb, and Atlanta, Georgia.