Pullman Porter Blues: History, Storytelling and The Blues

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[dropcap]Music[/dropcap] has a way of defining a feeling and unifying cultures and communities.  People connect to synergies that reflect their triumphs and struggles – that’s part of the beauty in lyricism and melody. Throughout history music has played a role … Read more…

45 African American Artists create ‘Maleness to Manhood'; Open at South Side Community Art Center

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[dropcap]Powerful. [/dropcap] The South Side Community Art Center (SSCAC) will host the Maleness to Manhood:  Reclamation of the Young Black Man exhibit beginning September 6th.  The exhibit features 45 noted male artists of color who are using the exhibit as … Read more…

Goodman Theatre’s “Pullman Porter Blues” Open Now!

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This rollicking, music-fueled trip back in time takes us into the luxurious Pullman trains of the 1930s, where the hidden lives of African American porters emerge to take center stage and classic Blues favorites—including “Sweet Home Chicago”—come to life. It’s … Read more…

Hermene Hartman: Views From The Heart on Soundcloud

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  Hermene Hartman, Publisher of N’DIGO, shares her unique perspective on politics, relationships, family, business, life culture and the community. “Views From The Heart” commentaries are heard on iHeart Radio.  LISTEN TO THE LATEST FROM N’DIGO PUBLISHER, HERMENE HARTMAN ON … Read more…