On the evening of Thursday, June 30, dozens of young Black dancers gathered on the Chicago Riverwalk across from the Merchandise Mart. At 9 PM that night, Art on the […]
Legendary artist and writer (and onetime Chicago mayoral candidate) Cynthia Plaster Caster passed away in April after a lengthy illness, but Gossip Wolf isn’t done mourning. Future generations of local […]
Ty Money’s new Cinco de Money 3 features the first appearance by Bump J since his release from prison last month.
Footwork crews often end up as sideshows to DJs or rappers—but Chicago dancers the Era hope to change that with their first stage production.
The judge who put Nathson Fields on death row was convicted of fixing the case in 1993, but it took Fields another 16 years to get acquitted. Now he’s asking for reparations—to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars.