Two local women entrepreneurs entering the cannabis industry are bringing holistic wellness, better access, and equity to the game.
Capturing social justice movements and amplifying voices of change are at the core of Soft Cage Films.
Folks living in the Logan-Avondale area vividly remember the crushing news of popular bar and liquor store Crown Liquors closing its doors in April last year. It was one of the early businesses to shutter due to the pandemic, which started the cycle of sadness we’ve been stuck in: watching our favorite bars, theaters, and […]
A traveling pick-me-up brings comic relief.
Author, organizer, and educator Mariame Kaba shows that collective action can be powerful only with community, and provides the next generation of changemakers with critical lessons on abolition and organizing in her new book.
A local artist’s one-of-a-kind greeting cards support local businesses and help us stay connected.
A new community photo project highlights the beauty of Logan Square as seen through new and old locals and will be on display at the centerfold of the neighborhood.
In a show of racial unity, Latinx artists across Chicago have spent the summer contributing their talents to the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020.
Comedians rally to offer outdoor and indoor shows with a pandemic twist.
Local photographer Amy Boyle’s new project, 52 Phenomenal Women, elevates the voices of women and reminds us there’s power in sharing our stories.
Black Archivist aims to get cameras into the hands of Black people to better document their communities.
Two teens created the project to highlight Black joy, influential Black figures, and impactful change rooted in the Black Lives Matter movement.
Prop Thtr’s virtual monologue festival calls time on the usual theater cliques.
Poets come together to share the joy, pain, and hope from the pandemic in a new video project.
The local sex worker community, hit hard amid the pandemic and ignored by social safety nets, is no stranger to mutual uplifting during tough times.