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Black arts, culture celebrated at festival

February 22, 2019

A man sat proudly in front of his computer illustration of a black man wearing a "Punk" T-shirt; another student talks with admiration about the triumph of black theatre in the late 1960s; and others read...

Skela brings Project 10 Tour to Schubas Tavern

Skela brings Project 10 Tour to Schubas Tavern

By Steven Nunez, Staff Photographer

February 18, 2019

Activist, journalist honored 
with new street sign

February 15, 2019

Columbia's Congress Parkway building now has a new address following the historic street name change from Congress Parkway to Ida B. Wells Drive. The city voted to change the street name in summer 20...

Puppy bowl viewing party

Puppy bowl viewing party

By Ignacio Calderon

February 7, 2019

One Tail at a Time Adoption Center, 2144 N. Wood St., hosted Puppy Bowl XV on Feb. 3 at Park and Field restaurant and bar, 3509 W. Fullerton Ave. One Tail at a Time began in 2008 and has since facilitated over...

MØ at the Vic Theatre

MØ at the Vic Theatre

By Steven Nunez, Staff Photographer

February 4, 2019

South Loop spots during Restaurant Week

South Loop spots during Restaurant Week

January 25, 2019

The 12th Chicago Restaurant Week begins today, Jan. 25, and runs until Feb. 7. Consumers get to enjoy prix-fixe menus starting at $24 for lunch and brunch and $36 or $48 for dinner.Director of Partnerships ...

Judge Gaughan: ‘One act, one sentence, one crime,’ Van Dyke sentenced

January 18, 2019

Former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke was sentenced to nearly seven years in prison for the murder of Laquan McDonald, concluding one of the most racially charged trials in Chicago history. Co...

Chicago Brewseum celebrates the craft of beer making

December 13, 2018

Raw barley, wheat and oats are malted, ground and mixed with hot water. The water is boiled, and flavoring is added. This is when everything starts spinning, becoming a whirlpool, before being cooled ...

Revisiting History: Historical reenactors juggle the morality of memory

Revisiting History: Historical reenactors juggle the morality of memory

December 3, 2018

Anxiously awaiting the first guests of the day, dedicated historians sit in cabins ready to recite tales of the past. Visitors entering the grounds listen to the sounds of a fife, smell the campfire ...

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