The Chicago poet spoke with Reset about finding perspective in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nonprofit newsroom Injustice Watch created a guide with everything you need to know about the judges on the Cook County ballot.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson’s speeches have inspired audiences around the world for more than 50 years. Now, they’re collected in a new book.
Chicago magician Luis Carreon stopped by Reset to discuss his journey as a performer — and to show off one of his best tricks.
On Valentine’s Day, there are plenty of ways to celebrate love. Some are just more permanent than others.
Longtime music critic Greg Kot stopped by Reset to talk about his career at the Tribune, music journalism and what’s next.
‘Hair Love,’ an ode to black hair and black family created by Chicago native Matthew Cherry, is up for an Academy Award.
Incoming American Library Association leader Tracie Hall stopped by Reset to talk accessibility, activism and the power of information.
“To be inspired by Eddie Murphy is dope,” the Second City alum told Reset. “To want to be Eddie Murphy is an insane thought process.”
“Stand-up scared me,” Sloan told Reset about her transition from theater to comedy. “It’s all you and they’re all your words.”