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“If we stay silent, it will be the end of us,” Mdou Moctar sings in French on the title track of his new album, Afrique Victime (Matador). If there’s one […]
“I try and make the music for the dancers—like Teklife, Beatdown House, everybody in the footwork community. It’s all for them.”
Three stories from the front lines of the 2020 protests, when the bridges went up and the statues came down
It’s deeply irrational for us to expect things to stay the same as the decades grind on.
The artist’s new solo exhibition explores the impact and imperfections of the South Side Community Art Center.
The Pritzker Museum highlights Bill Mauldin’s 50-year fight with injustice.
If the world can agree on one thing, it’s that 2020 was not our best year on record. For former Chicagoan Jaimie Branch, it should’ve been a time of triumph […]
If lefties or right-wingers don’t see anti-Jewish attitudes in their ranks, it’s because they have their eyes closed.
An online collaboration by four musicians in four states has parlayed pandemic necessity into new forms of creativity—and some tight long-distance friendships.
This week’s featured gig posters were created by Chicago designer, artist, and screenprinter Josh Davis.
It’s not clear why Waffle House doesn’t exist in Chicagoland, but it was worth the trip to Indianapolis.
East Chicago-born DJ Drip balances business studies at Columbia College with a rapidly growing music career.
Vargo Brother Ferments pretty much anything you can think of.
Raised in Little Village, the painter creates quiet art to process grief.