We all enjoy going to sporting events, concerts, spending time at art museums and so many other recreational activities. However, with our busy schedules, it can be hard to fit the activities we love into them. With these few tips, you can make your schedule work for any event. Create A Routine Think about what … Continue reading Organizing Your Chicagoan Schedule
(PRESS RELEASE) The Gary Comer Youth Center still has space available in it’s Summer Camp Program for South Side youth June 25th through August 3rd. The program provides rising 3rd to 8th grade students with enrichment programs and activities Monday- Friday from 9:00am – 5:00pm. Please help us share with local families, here are the … Continue reading Register Your Child for South Side Summer Camp
Larger than life objects filled with color are illuminating Soldier Field’s South Parking lot, as it is currently home to Chicago’s first Dragon Lights Festival, an international touring event that’s giving visitors a taste of the Chinese tradition. “We do the Chinese Lantern Festival in Spring time and it symbolizes the reunion of family members,” … Continue reading Dragon Lights Festival Brings Chinese Tradition to Chicago
Leon “DaVinci” Kelsick, creator of the film Block Zombies the Movie, will be hosting auditions Friday, April 13th at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The casting call is searching for voices, music, and teammates of all ages -- no experience necessary. AUDITIONS: 112 S Michigan Ave. (Room 111) Friday - April 13, 2018 … Continue reading CASTING CALL: Block Zombies the Movie
The Englewood Community is inviting everyone to come out and pray with them at A Praying Community, the Annual Community Prayer Breakfast "The reason for this Prayer Breakfast is to allow the Englewood Community to come together as a whole and to pray with the families as a community," said Host Andrew Morton. "We will … Continue reading Pray with and for Englewood
Female rapper, LIZZIE G, who is known for spreading positive messages through her music, will be performing live and conducting an Anti-bully workshop for students of Shoop Math and Science Academy. The event will be held on Tuesday, April 3rd at 1pm.
The Best of Yollo 2018 opens today at the National Museum of Mexican Art. This is a collection of sad, weird work by the young people of Yollocalli Arts Reach. Opening Reception starts at 6-8pm. (Flyer art by Nayehli Blanco)
Companies are joining in on the fun and giving the river turned green some friendly competition. Here are some establishments around town that are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in style by turning treats green this holiday! Dunkin Donuts The city’s favorite donut joint will be serving up some green glazed donuts. Garrett Popcorn The delicious … Continue reading What’s Turning Green for St. Patrick’s Day?
A one-day celebration full of "Afro-Futurism, Tech, and Black superheroes in film, gaming, television, and comic books," is coming to Chicago according to WakandaCon. The event is set for Summer 2018 and will be a place for gathering and conversation. "Recent movies have ushered in a new wave of thought about issues surrounding the African … Continue reading WakandaCon Coming to Chicago