In 1998, Wu-Tang Clan member Ol’ Dirty Bastard stormed the stage during the Grammy Awards to proclaim, “When it comes to the children, we teach the children. Wu-Tang is for the children.”
A South Side brother-sister duo has made that proclamation a reality……Read More
Got the Monday blues?
Check out a sneak peak of Yeezy Season 7 featuring our very own Chloe McKay @ Congruent Space 4, Chicago!Read More
warner saunders jr.
& steve bravoRead More
Vans Custom Culture was created to inspire and empower high school students to embrace their creativity through art and design and to bring attention to diminishing arts education budgets…..Read More
Join us January 18 as we celebrate the opening of Chicago artist IN-ZO's 6-week art installation, KID'N US.
Drink specials and sounds by DJ Daniel Villarreal.
KID'N US is a collection of everything that makes up the "KID" in IN-ZO. Drawing inspiration from cartoon characters …..
Bronzeville Retail Thrive Zones Application Rollout
Retail Thrive Zones is an initiative from Mayor Rahm Emanuel for targeted use of the Small Business Improvement Fund, better known as SBIF. SBIF is a long-time City of Chicago grant program available to commercial and industrial businesses. The initiative is a vital part of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s commitment to supporting Chicago’s small businesses. SBIF grants are intended to help small business owners renovate, expand or start-up businesses along commercial and industrial corridors in Chicago…….
Black Creativity Mission
To inspire African-American children to pursue educational opportunities and careers in the fields of science, technology, medicine and engineering, through programs and events that encourage children and their parents to utilize the Museum of Science and Industry as a resource for exploring and discovering their inventive and creative genius.Read More
Pick up your copy of this week’s New City Magazine to read the what the interview between Eric Williams and Scoop Jackson is all about!
Photo Credit- Darryl Deangelo Terrel
Curtis Lee Mayfield made his first recordings in 1958 as a member of a Chicago Soul/R & B group, The Impressions. He was 16, from the city’s notorious Cabrini Green Housing Projects. He was strictly a backup singer with the group – no guitar, no production, no songwriting. This would change……..Read More
We are celebrating our 21st anniversary all month long! Our first Anniversary Party will be held at our Hyde Park location. Come through for DJ's starting at 2pm and refreshments and beverages starting at 5pm.