Coverage and awards send a disappointing—but not unexpected—message about whose stories really matter.
The Oscar-Nominated Documentary Short Films program explores the ties that bind amid tragedy and struggle.
Five extraordinary films about film, by five extraordinary filmmakers.
Also, independent journalist Jamie Kalven sues the CPD for refusing to release the Laquan McDonald police misconduct records.
Also, even New York mayor Bill de Blasio is sick of Trump’s obsession with Chicago violence.
Also, attending an upcoming Paul Ryan fund-raiser in Chicago could cost you up to $50,000.
Also, CPD top cop Eddie Johnson is frustrated with Springfield for failing to stiffen punishments for repeat gun offenders.
More than a movie theater, the newly renovated “entertainment complex” will host a series of community events, including a live Oscar viewing party in support of Common Threads.
Table Top Shakespeare, the Randolph Street Market, and more happenings from February 26-28.
Also, Kanye’s longtime local cowriter says the rapper needs spiritual and mental help, and a major step in the redevelopment of Children’s Memorial Hospital site in Lincoln Park.
Stop presenting American history as if it were white history with a few black cameos.
Profiles’ The Other Place might offend disability crusaders, but its real flaw is contrivance.
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