By: Sabi Reza The Korean Wave has taken a life of its own here in the city of Chicago. Known as Hallyu, the Korean Wave refers to the global spread of the South Korean Culture which has increased in popularity...
I’m a Wisconsin native who moved to Chicago as a teenager to attend the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. During my college years and after graduation I lived in different neighborhoods around the city like a lot...
By: Camron Miller "The beat won't stop with the JM Jock. If he jacks the box and the partyrocks. The clock tick tocks and the place gets hot. So ease your mind and set yourself free. To that mystifying music...
  By Nakita Whitaker Pegged an advocate for female entrepreneurs of faith. Sherilyn Bennett is an award-winning graphic designer, creative branding expert, national speaker and CEO of Camden Lane Creative Agency, a full-service corporate design and branding agency and Founder of...
  Born and raised in Chicago, Tinisha Stephens is an entrepreneur who has run several businesses including a Home Day Care and a promotional marketing company. As such, Stephens is an expert in the start-up and growth phases of new...
By: Robert Dotson The Lincoln Park Zoo is home to a wide variety of animals as well as events. The Craft Brews at the Lincoln Park Zoo is an event that has been taking place in the zoo for the...
By: Cailey Griffin Astrology. A topic that either makes you jump with joy when it’s brought up in conversation, or scoff at the idea that some people actually believe in such nonsense. Regardless of where a person stands on the...
By: Brenda Torres The Harold Washington Library Center of the Chicago Public Library is hosting the exhibit Pintando: Colors of Education, a group of paintings that were once used has covers for educational textbooks in Mexico.  Pintando: Colors of Education...
By: Abby Lowe Transportation: One of the biggest differences between living in the city vs the suburbs is the kind of transportation that is available. City life involves an abundant amount of people living in a relatively small space,...
The owner of newly launched THICKK MAGAZINE, Emily "Xa'Vonni" Correa arrived to Chicago only a year ago from Miami/NYC/Boston, and has the work to prove it in her new provocative "150 page Fashion-Forward Literary and Visual Arts Publication that reads like...

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