Mardi Gras

By: Chelsea Harvey  New Orleans is the official capital of Mardi Gras, and anyone that knows me knows I LOVE Nawlins! But there is  NO

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Super Bowl 50. . . The Super Bowl halftime show is, at this point, nearly as big as the Super Bowl itself. This year, the


Restaurant Week in Chicago

by Chelsea Harvey Restaurant week ends on Thursday, February 4th.    I wanted to give you all a brief recap of my restaurant week outings, in the


Black Injury

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By Paul King, Jr. In spite of the nagging pain, Black America can find some comfort in that the current run of unjustified police killings

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Cooking with Cops

By Patricia Andrews-Keenan Students from The Bella Cuisine Kids Cooking Club (BCKCC), a CPS after school program focused on the benefits of healthy eating, will

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Satchmo at The Waldorf @ Court Theatre thru Feb 7

By Hermene D. Hartman I thought Satchmo At The Waldorf would be a play about Louis Armstrong and his music. It is not. It is


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The Donald

by Hermene Hartman – August 20, 2105 Keep your eye on Donald Trump. He is not to be underestimated as he enters the business of


A Modern Political Fable: CHI

Once upon a time. . . there was a town called CHI, a beautiful city surrounded by a lake and parks. CHI had the most


The Honorable Gus Savage

Congressman Gus Savage served six terms in The House of Representatives, from 1981 to 1983. The Honorable Augustus “Gus” Savage was quite a guy. He


The Saga of Bill Cosby

By Hermene D. Hartman The mugshot of Dr. Bill Cosby pains. I wasn’t gong to write about this any more until some kind of official


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One “King Breakfast” What about one King Breakfast. There has been a lot of hoopla about the Breakfast in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King’s


What I Learned in Paris @ Athenaeum Theater thru 2/7

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Mentorship on MLK Day . . . On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s 2016 Birthday Weekend, The Black Star Project, is organizing the largest commemoration


The Mayor Caves…

By Hermene D. Hartman The people were heard. A besieged Mayor Rahm Emanuel fired Police Chief Garry McCarthy. He was under pressure from all quarters

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Ziggy – December 11, 2015

DuVernay Barbie Sells Out . . . The Ava DuVernay Barbie doll sold out on Mattel’s website minutes after it first went on sale. Mattel


The Fetal Alcohol Problem in the Black Community

By David Smallwood Throughout his long career, which has involved travel to various American locales, Dr. Carl Bell, a local and internationally renowned psychiatrist, was

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