N’DIGO’s Publisher Wants to Know What Chuy and Rahm Will Do For Our Neighborhoods

Hermene Hartman has some harsh words for Wilson and Rahm, but she’s still not sure who she’s voting for in the April 7 runoff. Hermene Hartman, the publisher of N’DIGO, a newspaper aimed at “urbane” African Americans, is certainly a force in Chicago politics. She helped Obama gather the dollars he needed to run for U.S. Read More …

TAKE THE N’DIGO SCHOLARSHIP CHALLENGE and do it for the love of any Chicagoland high school senior.

  TAKE THE N’DIGO SCHOLARSHIP CHALLENGE and do it for the love of any Chicagoland high school senior. The N’DIGO Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private charity dedicated to rewarding excellence in education by awarding merit-based college SCHOLARSHIPS to Chicagoland graduating high school seniors. Since 1995, the N’DIGO Foundation began presenting merit-based college scholarships to students Read More …

The Soulful Vocal Talents of Michael Avery

By Charlie Ainslie (N’DIGO Editor David Smallwood contributed to this story.) Chicago-based singer Michael Avery can’t remember the moment he wanted to become a professional musician. “It’s all I’ve ever known, I don’t know what I would do if I didn’t sing,” he says. “I could take a break for a minute, but I would Read More …

Presidential Proclamation — National African American History Month, 2015

NATIONAL AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH, 2015 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION For generations, the story of American progress has been shaped by the inextinguishable beliefs that change is always possible and a brighter future lies ahead. With tremendous strength and abiding resolve, our ancestors — some of whom were Read More …

John Henry Whitehead – History Our Way 2015

In honor of Black History Month, N’DIGO recently sat down with John Henry Whitehead the creator of the 2015 History Our Way calendar and wanted to share with it’s readers who he is and what inspired him to create such an inspiring piece of informational art. N’DIGO: How was your calendar History Our Way birthed? Read More …

Getting Ready for Rounders 2

              “Last November, during an interview with Late Show host David Letterman, Edward Norton spurred excitement for Rounders fans everywhere when he said that a sequel for the cult classic is a “possibility.” “I think there is a possibility of it,” he said. “Yeah, we couldn’t have had more fun Read More …

20 Years of DuSable Museum’s “Night of 100 Stars”!

On Saturday, March 28, 2015, the DuSable Museum of African-American History will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of one of Chicago’s most popular social events – the A Night Of 100 Stars Gala. This black-tie event, which is known for its lavish food and drink buffets, world-class entertainment, and impressive awards presentation, will take place from Read More …

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In 2015

It is always interesting to look at Dr. King’s life and work every year as we celebrate his birth, because the interpretations and recollections change.  As the nation celebrates his greatness and impact he clearly is a revered American hero.   So many people step up to claim that they marched with King as a badge Read More …