By: Brenda Cervantes Chicago’s neighborhood Pilsen, is all about the delicious restaurants, the inspiring and colorful murals on buildings, but most importantly the atmosphere of the Hispanic culture. Pilsen has historically been Chicago’s first stop for American immigrants. First...
By: Brenda Torres Street vendors are a paramount part of the Latino community, especially in Chicago.  Ricardo Gonzalez, or “Naco,” a local Chicago artist, has created a comic book, “La Chamba,” which in Spanish means“work” or “job.” The comic book...
By: Brenda Cervantes After a long and cold winter, summer is finally here and for all the sneakers heads that mean not having to worry about messing up shoes by stepping on snow. The time is here to rock sneakers...
*This article contains spoilers* By: Jerad Karasek Released just five months after The Last Jedi, Solo: a Star Wars Story marks the 10th installment in the Star Wars film series, and takes place between the events of Revenge of the Sith...
By: Cailey Griffin Death rates among cyclists are skyrocketing across the nation and in Chicago specifically. Despite efforts from Chicago officials to encourage knowledge on biking safety procedures, many Chicago cyclists are still unaware of how to ensure their safety....

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