Two television addicts chat about the Hulu comedy.
Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna (Yunalis Zara’ai) has a striking stage presence: a fashion icon as well as a pop and R&B sensation, she has a personal style she describes as inspired by Audrey Hepburn and 90s Gwen Stefani. Aspects of her music bring both those icons to mind, and she also sounds a bit like Sade […]
Chicago has one of the largest Rohingya refugee populations in the country. This is one survivor’s story.
“Unless your being innocent is as interesting to them as being guilty, you will not be believed.”
Iranian-American Muslim fashion blogger Hoda Katebi says WGN News offered her a second interview to make amends for an Islamophobic gaffe, then withdrew the opportunity.
Current musical obsessions of Cheer-Accident mastermind Thymme Jones, human Top 40 encyclopedia Tony Young, and Reader music editor Philip Montoro
Also, an anti-Muslim group is organizing the Chicago March Against Sharia.
Abu Shadi, who survived torture by the Assad regime, says he feels torn between Trump and an apathetic world.
DePaul’s Laith Saud describes his American life during a seemingly endless war.
This week Zeshan B celebrates his debut solo album, Vetted, which blends Indo-Pakistani music and American soul.
Chicago-area resident Diana Cruz on living in Trump’s America
Thousands of people flocked to O’Hare Saturday afternoon to defy Trump’s immigration and travel ban.
Chicago Muslim Eman Hassaballa Aly describes experiencing fear, anxiety, and casual prejudice.
This publication is committed to telling stories that refute Trump’s bigotry, sexism, and hate—and that goes for the music section too.