Logan Square Center overflowed with people holding flags and signs demanding justice.
Culture & The Arts
Wondering about Chicago music, festivals, arts, theater and food? WBEZ brings together the best stories about Chicago’s arts and culture scene. Together with our music station, Vocalo 91.1, we explore the stories that make the second city a vibrant world-renowned cultural destination.
We discuss the ongoing issue of police violence and wonder whether the Johnson & Johnson clots are really worth the hype.
A new book shows how Lincoln was not just the Great Emancipator, but the Great Builder.
This modern mansion was built by one of the most successful Black businessmen in America. The Robbins Historical Society is trying to save it.
Two ArcLight locations in Lincoln Park and Glenview have closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As has the Navy Pier IMAX.
Earl Simmons, better known as DMX, passed away last week at age 50
Danielle Evans joins to discuss the humor and history in her new short story collection ‘The Office of Historical Corrections.’
The Chicago poet discusses her recent work and why it’s important to take time to pause for poetry.
A writer asks in his new book, “How did Americans forget to talk and listen to one another?”
The best way to the heart of Chicago is through its stomach.