Favorite song: “Dancing in September”
Favorite food: Ramen
Fun fact: Her dad was a soul musician in early 70s Chicago with a band that allegedly opened for The Dramatics and Chaka Khan.
Stories by Bianca Martin
Racial demographics are changing in jails and prisons exposing the error in seeing mass incarceration as a “Black problem.”
The Lullaby Project partners new parents with professional musicians to create their own personal lullaby for their child.
Research has shown music instruction to increase social connectivity and interpersonal skills in toddlers.
Most people know Sun Ra as a musician, but few recognize him for his deep work in poetry.
The reality of quarantining with your long-term partner might not be as romantic as you think.
About 1.7 million Illinoisans are at risk of eviction when the federal moratorium on evictions and foreclosures ends March 31. Housing advocates are stepping in with solutions.
The virtual production “Duchess! Duchess! Duchess!” is broadly based on the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle’s time at Windsor, highlighting the limitations of inclusion.
For many grandparents, the loss of time with their grandchildren is a form of grief. But there are ways to help ease the impacts.
Each student experiences virtual instruction differently. Several Illinois elementary school students and a high school student talks about their time over the past year.
Phase 1C will add 900,000 more Chicagoans to the list of eligible residents for the vaccine.