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Running of the Bulls

Ihmoud's Moods

By Media Relations Editor

April 21, 2014

Its official: The Chicago Bulls are the No. 4 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs, and they are in a great position to make a solid run in the postseason.Chicago is matched up against the Washingt...

Skatalites continue to jam

By Alex Stedman

October 22, 2012

Band breakups are all too common, but some bands stay active for decades.Since its formation in 1964, Jamaican ska band The Skatalites has released 15 studio albums and had a number of lineup changes after a few band members died.The current members—Lester Sterling, alto saxophone; Doreen Shaffer, vocals; Azemobo Audu, tenor saxophone; Andrae Murchison, trombone; Kevin Batchelor, trumpet; Val Douglas, bass guitar; Natty ...

Some wards still in play

By Darryl Holliday

March 7, 2011

50th Ward considers changeThe race in the 50th Ward has been heating up ever since the Feb. 22 election. Alderman Bernard Stone, who won 37 percent of the ward vote, and Debra Silverstein at nearly 34 percent, have traded barbs and continue to make their case for why they should be chosen to represent the North Side neighborhood of West Ridge—one of the most diverse areas in the city.The 10-term alderman was first electe...

MC spits spiritual verse

By WilliamPrentiss

February 8, 2010

William David has gone by many names, but his philosophy has stayed the same. His emphasis on pursuing the human condition is ever present in his reggae beats and lyrics. The Philadelphia-born artist is working on his upcoming EP and has a slew of mix tapes already released.The Chronicle sat down with the busy artist to find out how the EP was coming and his thoughts on religion and the state of music today.The Chronicle: H...

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