Grand’Pierre wants to grow the sport in Haiti as much as she wants to medal in Rio.
Also, Bruce Rauner decriminalizes carrying small amounts of marijuana.
The collection of portraits lacks focus and cohesion.
After 30 years, Michelet Boursiquot knows what it takes to care for a school and its students.
A new exhibit at the Field Museum displays relics of one of the world’s most misunderstood religions
Marc Siwak’s plan for a zombie theme park in downtown Detroit
Tetchena Bellange’s documentary “Black Hands: Trial of the Arsonist Slave,” examines the controversial 1734 case of a woman accused of setting the fire that burned much of Montreal. It screens Thursday 3/3 in the Black World Cinema Series.
The Sifu Design Studio will exhibit paintings and jewelry by founders of a new collective
I’m not sure he ought to be president of Haiti, but with style like that he might make a mean ambassador.
On Sat 5/22 from 2 to 5 PM, the Chicago alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta hosts a free International Awareness Festival at D’Estee Inc.
Fresh Mint Media hosts Art Relief, a benefit for UNICEF’s Haiti relief work, on Fri 5/7 from 6 to 10 PM at Creative Studio Space.
On Sat 4/17 from 9 AM to 4 PM, the Bruce K. Hayden Center for the Performing Arts at Malcolm X College hosts a benefit for the Evanston-based Haitian Congress to Fortify Haiti.
Century 21 SGR hosts a fund-raiser for Save the Children’s Haiti relief efforts on Tue 3/16 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM.
Tonight from 7 to 10 PM, Studio Within Salon/Spa hosts a fashion show and benefit for the American Red Cross’s Haiti relief efforts at Architectural Artifacts.
All proceeds from Theori Media’s Fri 2/26 production of I Still Love H.E.R. (atributetohiphop) benefit Haiti relief efforts.