The narrative that young and previously healthy Americans are the “new” pandemic patients is an erasure of Latino victims.
Named after a Mayan term that roughly translates to “place of fear,” Southern California trio Xibalba have been blending strains of metal and hardcore for nearly 14 years. They’ve increasingly leaned into their Latino heritage (they sing in both Spanish and English) and their death-metal influences, while expanding into new moods and song structures; on […]
Bumps in the night blend with poignant social commentary.
Everything about this year’s Fed Up Fest—the bystander intervention training, the panel discussions on aging in punk, the frenzied yet thoughtful music—manifested the spirit of resistance, hope, and direct action.
Voters in Pilsen and Little Village cast ballots in an election marked by hateful rhetoric about immigrants.
The real takeaway from the 2016 presidential campaign
Los Crudos celebrate their 25th year with nine days of music and art, Vamos and Lil Tits play a first-anniversary party for the new Crown Liquors, and more.
Revisiting the old haunts of legendary 90s hardcore band Los Crudos provides a miniature history of gentrification and activism in Chicago.
Guerrero’s prints, tours and murals in Pilsen and Humboldt Park melded the personal and political.
Racial segregation remains Chicago’s most fundamental problem. Why isn’t it an issue in the mayor’s race?
The 10th Annual Chicago Anarchist Film Festival screens new and archival works, 5/5-5/16 at St. Paul’s Cultural Center and No Exit Cafe.