Articles By Alexandra Chaidez
For some, the pandemic has put a pause on their gigs. Others say that the crisis has forced them to reflect on why they became a musician in the first place.
Zoomies, a 20,000-square-foot dog park, will allow 24/7 access for members and have services like self-wash dog baths and a coffee bar and vows to be "completely odor-free."
Black-Owned Hair Salon Raising Money To Rebuild After Looting: ‘My Mother Lost Everything She Worked For In One Day’
China McNeil opened ChiHair Imports about five years ago but has been in the hair business for more than 20 years. The salon, 674 N. Dearborn St., was completely cleared out last week.
Each program will provide $150 million to homeowners and renters across Illinois.
The masks will help kids and park staff during day camp.
Some of the movies that will be screened include "Cooley High," “A Wrinkle in Time,” “Akeelah and the Bee" and “The Secret Life of Bees."
The market has been run by South Side youths for more than a decade. They're hoping an open mic night will help draw more customers to support Black and Brown vendors selling fresh produce and goods.
Illinois Institute of Technology is one of many colleges allowed to open their doors this fall, but social distancing and face masks will be required.
The Summer Shake Up at 1 p.m. Saturday will raise money for the shelter and its ongoing work during the pandemic.