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In its third season, the south side Chicago-based drama becomes the show it set out to be.
The new database is working to connect and hire Black creatives in front of and behind the camera.
“As long as I got YouTube and the latest iPhone, I’m Gucci.”
“I always wanted to tell a story where a queer black woman was the protagonist.”
The Chicago native treats her hometown with nuance in her new Showtime series.
Also, Alderman Howard Brookins Jr. is running for a Cook County judgeship.
Also, the miserable sub-zero temperatures and wind chills are expected to last through New Year’s.
Also, the long-awaited Apple flagship on the Chicago River is opening Friday.
Also, Kwame Raoul, Gery Chico, others express interest in replacing Lisa Madigan as attorney general.
Also, how the feds built a case against former U.S. House speaker Dennis Hastert.
Also, a 29-year-old political novice from Skokie is running for governor in 2018.
Also, Showtime has picked up a new scripted show about the lives of young black men on the south side.