Zeph Farmby’s solo show, “Love, Lust & Desire,” opens at Elephant Room, Inc.
The Art Institute revisits Dawoud Bey’s ‘Harlem, U.S.A.,’ and the Renaissance Society mounts ‘Picturing People’
Honoring the legacy of a legendary Chicago civil rights activist
Would any Republican candidates resort to demagoguery on King’s birthday?
Two plays, The Good Negro and Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South, explore the myths and realities of black life in the south.
Angela Jackson’s poetic first novel draws on her experience as an African-American on a white-bread campus in the late 60s.
For decades now, most of Chicago’s political independents have emerged from Hyde Park and Kenwood.
The city endured two riots in 1968—the one that everyone’s been talking about, and the one that everyone seems to have forgotten.
Martin Luther King Jr. opposed war as well as racism.