South Shore Cultural Center
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In ‘A Place In Time,’ A Painter And A Photographer Explore Africa’s Give And Take With Black American Culture
Painter Dayo Laoye's and photographer Ronald West's works in Chicago and beyond will be featured in a retrospective at the South Shore Cultural Center through April 3.
$1.5 Million In City Funds Will Go To One Of Three South Shore Projects: A Garden, The Cultural Center Or Rainbow Beach
All three finalists for Chicago Works community challenge funding in the city's Southeast planning region are in South Shore.
This Winter’s Storms Have Left Accessible Boardwalks A Mess At South Side Beaches
The accessible walkways at 57th Street, 63rd Street, South Shore and Rainbow beaches are all unusable for people in wheelchairs or with strollers.
How Can We Improve Food Access In Chicago And Beyond? Food Policy Summit Brings Experts Together In South Shore
Activists Malik Yakini of Detroit and Navina Khanna of Oakland will headline the 15th annual summit Friday at South Shore Cultural Center.
If City Wants Gun Violence To Drop 20%, It Must Invest In Prevention Programs, Activists Say
Though Mayor Lori Lightfoot's 2020 budget increased violence prevention funding by nearly $10 million, organizers say that's still not enough to reach their goal.
Amateur Musicians Can Play ‘Side By Side’ With The Chicago Philharmonic At Sunday Concert In South Shore
Student and community musicians are invited to play Christmas selections alongside the 200-person orchestra Sunday.
After South Shore Nature Sanctuary Blocked By Fencing, Park District Commits To Restoring Access
The blocked sanctuary access appears to stem from a misunderstanding between the park district and a contractor who is demolishing the beach house, a park leader said.
South Shore’s Monarch Festival To Celebrate The Butterflies’ (And Humans’) Global Migration Stories
On Saturday, the nonprofit Faith in Place will host a family-friendly day of activities and discussions around the monarch butterfly, Illinois' state insect.
Who Needs Instruments, Anyway? Grant Park Chorus Brings A Capella Series To South Shore Cultural Center
The chorus will make a stop in South Shore for its "In the Parks" a capella series, celebrating works written by women — including a commissioned piece from award-winning composer Lori Laitman.