By: Alexandra Gill The DuSable Museum is one of the few independent institutions of its kind in the United States was founded in 1961, by a teacher and art historian Dr. Margaret Burroughs and other leading Chicago citizens. The...
By: Cailey Griffin Going out on a date is a truly magical experience. First dates usually bring out a lot of nerves in people as they anxiously wait to meet the person who could change their life. Second dates and...
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 Aaron C. Ramirez Production space and tax incentives are key components to the budding television and film industry that has found a resurgence in Chicago. Many series are calling Chicago home, not only in it’s setting but during production....
By: Brenda Cervantes Grant Park is currently hosting their “22 Years of SummerDance,” Chicago’s annual outdoor dancing series. This is held from June 28–August 25, a month of celebrating with friends and family. Friday July 6, SummerDance hosted “Electric DJ...
By: Aaron C. Ramirez It’s blockbuster season. This Summer, “Avengers: Infinity Wars” hit it out of the park and follow-ups like “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” “Deadpool 2,” “Incredibles 2” continued the streak (ahh, sequels and prequels). We’re halfway...
By: Erika Smith   As apart of the summer events in the city, Millennium Park hosts “Movies in the Park” every Tuesday night for free. A great way to get out the house and enjoy a film for the night....
By: Cailey Griffin When some Chicagoans speak about their experience living in Chicago, they gush. These people excitedly share details about their latest visit to the Sears Tower, shopping sprees in the Gold Coast area, and Boat trips on Lake...
By: Sabi Reza With this summer’s record-breaking temperatures, pet owners are taking precautions in order to keep their pets cool this summer. Dog owner Sara Muro is one of many Chicagoans concerned with the escalating temperatures. “My dog Milo loves to...
By: Alexandra Gill People know Chicago for its deep-dish pizza, hot dogs, and the celebrities who are born and raised here. These are people who call Chicago their home. Kanye West, Michelle and Barack Obama, and Lauren Keyana Palmer are...

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