Grammy-nominated R&B artist Case wants to revisit a time when artists spoke truth in their music. Known for a string
Sheldon Smith, a Chicago native, created The Dovetail Project to help assist young African American men in becoming great fathers. Rolling out
Gym shoes, jumpers, kicks, sneakers — whatever you call them — have created a community of “sneakerheads” that has grown tremendously over
The murder rate seems to rise steadily in Chicago each day as the summer begins to make its exit.
Many people consider ’90s R&B as something of a golden age for the genre. Though not given as much fanfare
The Bud Billiken parade is the oldest and largest African American parade in the United States. It’s always held
With films, by, for, and featuring people of color still having a hard time getting the green light from Hollywood,
Leia Avery knew early on that she would become an entrepreneur. As a child she made money by creating a
Back in 2002 this London-based duo hit the music scene amid the neo soul explosion with a new sound and genre.
America was first introduced to Ameena Matthews in the Emmy Award-winning documentary “The Interrupters” in 2011. The film followed three
Rapper Chief Keef has outstanding warrants in Chicago area, so he could not personally appear at a benefit concert this
Lupe Fiasco’s charitable organization M.U.R.A.L. (Magnifying Urban Realities and Affecting Lives) recently held its second annual IFTAR dinner and think-tank
As temperatures heat up in Chicago, so does the violence. It roils neighborhoods, with youngsters and innocent bystanders caught in the crossfire. Echelon Media Sports
David Bass, displayed his philanthropic work recently at a pro-football summer camp in Chicago. The NFL player took the initiative
Grammy-nominated producer Marcos Palacios aka Kosine, one half of the music collabo Da Internz, is reaching out this summer to inner-city youth.
Summer made its presence felt in a big way in Chicago this past Saturday. The 90-degree weather was in full effect;
PJ Morton,a Grammy-nominated R&B solo artist and keyboardist for the internationally known band Maroon 5, visited the Verizon Chicago Destination
Aside from providing outstanding legal services to its growing list of clients as one of the very few law firms owned
Affinity Community Services recently celebrated their 20th anniversary at Gallery Guichard in Chicago. The name of the event was Jazz