Jeremey Johnson has chronicled nearly two years of pretrial house arrest.
Chicago rapper G Herbo wants to normalize therapy for people who’ve suffered like he has—and he’s giving away hundreds of sessions.
The community organization spreads the healing practice of glassblowing and ceramics.
I wish the right-wing miscreants in the federal government were as dependable as Chicago rapper G Herbo. For close to a decade, he’s released albums and mixtapes of rapid-fire drill with reassuring frequency, and even his most run-of-the-mill offerings benefit from his pragmatic empathy and lucid descriptions—he brings a distinctive emotional gravity to his detailed […]
Aline Lathrop’s drama explores different sides of a timeless story.
Residents of Mercy Housing Lakefront find that art therapy’s a useful way to deal with life traumas.
U. of C. sociologist Forrest Stuart catalogs the perils of overpolicing in Down, Out, and Under Arrest.
A master glassblower and a U. of C. clinical psychologist have developed an unconventional new treatment program for Chicago teens who have experienced violence-related trauma.
In Chicago’s war zones, the tragedy extends beyond the kids who die.
Renegade DEA agents begin mysteriously dying off in David Ayer’s brutal actioner Sabotage.