We discuss the nostalgia and magic in Kevin Wilson’s latest novel.
“Testimonies on Paper” features 13 poems crafted in response to works of art from Chicago’s South Asia Institute.
It’s a chance for these shops “to have exposure outside their neighborhoods,” said Tamieka Hardy of the Greater Chatham Initiative.
Some residents say the wall serves as a “historic monument” to those who lived in the community. It’s in danger of being demolished.
Plus, hosts of NPR’s Code Switch join us to discuss the Academy Awards nominations.
The owners want to convert the office building into apartments, but say McDonald’s is holding up their plan.
Additional security measures will surround Lunar New Year parades this weekend in Chinatown and Uptown in the wake of two California mass shootings.
The collection, owned by an 82-year-old bachelor who grew up in the city, is set to go on sale on March 28, both online and in person.
Juan De La Mora’s mural, completed in December, is part of a broader effort to create and celebrate public art in DuPage County.
The beloved host died Sunday morning, more than six months after taking a leave of absence for chemotherapy to fight prostate cancer.